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September 14, 2016
Messy Play Date with WaterWipes
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This post was sponsored by WaterWipes as part of an Ambassador Program for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. I received complimentary products to facilitate my review.
I shared my love with you about WaterWipes a few weeks ago and now I want to share how I shared my love of WaterWipes with my friends! I hosted a fun messy play date with some of my mom friends. We had goodie bags, cake, fun snacks for the kids and more!
I don’t mind messy play. In fact, I encourage it! I set up 3 stations for the kiddos to play at – Play-doh, Paint (Miss H’s favorite) and coloring with stickers. Keeping it contained in the kitchen was key and it was a great opportunity to connect with my mom friends around the table.
While the kids played I got to tell the moms all of the benefits of WaterWipes and how we have been using them constantly! We seriously keep them everywhere! I loved that after we painted, the the messy fingers were gone with just one wipe. I was able to share that WaterWipes are made with only 2 ingredients – water and .1% grapefruit seed extract. I think as moms we all feel good about putting that on our children’s skin.
Of course, I had to have snacks. Red Velvet Bundt Cake, Coffee and Apple Sauce for the kids was the perfect morning snack to help our creative juices flow!
And we all used WaterWipes to clean up those little fingers after our snacks. Easy Peasy!
Everyone of my amazing Mommy friends left with a couple packages compliment of WaterWipes and a small travel size pack for their purse. It’s always such a pleasure sharing brands and things that I love with other moms. If I can help one mom simplify their life with the help of this play date, well then I did my job! Thanks again to WaterWipes for hosting our fun event!
Have you ever hosted a messy playdate before?
How did you contain the mess AND how did you clean up afterwards?