May 14, 2012

Cottonelle Care Routine, Try It and #NameIt

 As a mom of three boys, in a one bathroom household, bathroom time is precious.  But as the mom of three boys, it can also be disgusting.  I'm quite certain I'll never figure out how they can make such a mess.  I'll spare you the gory details but lets just say if you come over, look before you sit!  After battling the bathroom beast for the last several years, I've decided I may never win.  Honestly the only way to survive, in my opinion, is to keep a sense a humor about it.  And with a house full of boys, potty humor isn't hard to find!  This is why I LOVE this conversation from Cottonelle.  Visit Cottonelle on Facebook and checkout some of the name's other people have come up with.  

Here are the details of Try It & Name It:
Cottonelle Ultra Comfort Care Toilet Paper and Fresh Care Flushable Wipes users can join the conversation to Name It on The Name Generator on Cottonelle Brand’s Facebook Page will allow users to get a name in three fun ways:
  1. The Randomizer: Simply click to get a name instantly
  2. The Personalizer: Answer a few questions for a personalized name
  3. The Customizer: Create a name to add to our Book of Names and enter for a chance to win a year’s supply of Cottonelle products.

To qualify for the year’s supply of Cottonelle Ultra Comfort Care and Cottonelle Fresh Care, entrants must create a name through The Customizer on Cottonelle Brand’s Facebook Page between June 12, 2012, and February 28, 2013. Winners will be selected in a random drawing on a weekly basis. There is a limit of one prize per person. See full terms and conditions on Cottonelle Brand’s Facebook Page or
People can also participate by following @Cottonelle on Twitter for exclusive opportunities to win #NameIt prizes and check out the Book of Names on to see what others have named their routine and get fun bathroom trivia.

 Like I said, being surrounded by potty humor loving boys, I have grown a bit of a love for stinky humor.  So far the best name I've seen was "The Clean Getaway."  It's cute and it's also accurate.  As I mentioned, my boys don't always leave the bathroom very clean, but I've been trying hard to make sure THEY leave clean.  I don't know if it's just my kids, or boys in general, but they don't seen to want to spend an extra second in the bathroom.  I'm guessing this is why they don't often take the time to AIM before firing...  But it also means they rush their own clean up too.  When flushable wipes first came out several years ago, I wasn't sure it'd ever be something I'd buy.  But then about a year ago I received a package of them, and I've been sold ever since.  Having these easily accessible in our bathroom makes for easy clean up of both body and bathroom for my boys.  (What can I say I said I gained a sense of humor, I didn't say I decided to clean up after them for the rest of their lives.)

If you aren't convinced, take the challenge, Try It & Name It.  You'll be glad you did!

I was compensated for this post. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own.


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