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Having a house full of boys means we are always on the go and we are always getting messy! The twins have recently started baby food and the get messy trying to grab the spoon before I can get it to their mouth. Hello sticky fingers and then of course baby food gets all over their little clothes. So does drool and spit up. It’s true what they say, babies are messy. Kids are even messier!! My boys are always climbing on stuff, playing in the dirt, running around outside, and one of their favorite things ever is playing in the mud! Especially after it rains, which we’ve been getting a lot of lately! So, of course playing the mud and making mud pies is a must in this house!

We love spending time outside whether it’s swinging, running around the yard, playing tag, building stick figures, digging in the dirt with shovels, and just all out having good ol’ fun! I have always embraced a messy, chaotic, and fun life and all free clear laundry detergent helps me to do just that! I know that it’s not irritating my little one’s skin because it’s the #1 recommend laundry detergent brand by Dermatologist, Allergist, and pediatrics for sensitive skin! I love knowing that it’s tough enough to fight all those dirt, grass, and mud stains that four boys wind up with, but gentle enough for the whole family. That’s winning in my book!

Let the fun, messy memories continue!! What is your favorite messy memory?!

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  1. Donna says

    I love the sound of this stuff! I’ve heard about it before, but you’ve convinced me to try it. :) I typically by All anyway, so why not make the jump to free and clear too? :-)

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