Every time I open the back door I hear two words out of my toddler…”Play dirt?” It’s all he ever wants to do any more. Rain or shine he wants to get down on his hands and knees and play with his trucks (ahem…mighty machines) in the dirt. It is so fun to watch him getting dirty…but frustrating too. When we are leaving the house to go…well, anywhere….I have to make sure to have a change of close handy, ’cause If he happens to get away from me – he drops down into the dirt faster than you can say “Don’t get in the dirt!!!”
Kids Get Dirty
It is just a fact of life, when you are a parent you deal with a lot of grime…a lot of dirt. And a whole lot of mess. I cannot count just how many times a day I have to wash my toddler’s hands. It seems like he always has a hand in something, or a finger up something, kids are kinda gross…but in an “I’ll still love you” way.
Is Your Kid a Kid Who Touches Everything?
If so, than a snap shot of your kid in action could be worth $10,000! How fantastic would it be to top up the kids university fund or take a family vacation all because your kids get their hands dirty? At the same time, donating $10,000 to one of your local schools! Now that is worth getting your hands dirty!
Here are the details on how you could be $10,000 richer.
How To Enter: All you have to do is head on over to Lysol’s Facebook Page and give them a like. Take a gander at the full Rules and Regulations of the contest as well. Then submit a the dirtiest, messiest, grimiest, most germiest photo of your kids you can find.
A Contest inside of a Contest
We know that you have the messiest kid out there, and that you’ll do anything possible to make sure that they get that mess off their hands before they leave fingerprints all over the house. So in celebration of YOUR MESSY KIDS we’ve got a Lysol No Touch Hand-Soap System to give away.
To Enter To Win
Just fill out the form below!
Disclosure: I am part of the Lysol® Healthy Families Ambassador Program by Mom Central. I received compensation as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.”