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Wet Ones® and their “Messiest Kid in America” contest #WishIHadaWetOnes #ad

This post is sponsored by Wet Ones® Hand Wipes. All opinions stated are 100% mine.

Do you have the messiest kid in America? I already know the answer to that because I’m fixing to introduce you to the messiest kid in America. From birth to date, she remains a very messy little stinker and I’d even go as far as to say, that she’s 100% an outdoor child. The muddier it is outside, the more she likes it. Mud puddles remain her favorite and at the first sign of rain she’ll run indoors and put on her rain boots so she can jump in them.

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Even now that she’s older, she still waits for rain just as much as she did during her younger years.

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Abby’s view on life is that “boys have cooties,” her words, not mine, lol. But, secretly, I think she’s going to make a great farmer’s wife when she grows up. I say that because I’ve been known to grumble about picking in the garden, but not her. She’ll race me out there and start long before I get there. She gets dirty. DIRTY.

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I don’t care how dirty she gets, not in the least little bit. Kids need to have fun and get dirty. I do try to clean her up afterwards though before I let her in the house. She’s bad about bringing in anything from chickens to great big turtles. She’s fearless and like I already mentioned, she’s the messiest kid in America. I can’t tell you the number of times she’s had her dirty hand prints on my wall over the years but after discovering Wet Ones® Hand Wipes my life has gotten easier. They work amazingly well, even when it comes to this messiest kid in America.

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Kids and dirt go hand in hand. It’s expected that they are going to get dirty. Experience has taught me to keep Wet Ones® Hand Wipes on hand; by the doors, and every where else I feel like I can grab one in a hurry before she touches my white walls. I bet each of you can think of a time when you wished you had some Wet Ones® Hand Wipes on hand for your messy kid.

They come in a variety of designs to suit everyone. The Wet Ones® Hand Wipes singles stay in my handbag and car so when we’re out and about I can just open one and take care of those little dirty hands. They come in a plastic cylinder or canister if you will, which is what I keep in the bathroom and kitchen. The travel packs I keep by the door so I can try to catch Abby before she heads in to play.

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Why Wet Ones® Hand Wipes? Well, quite simply, they work at removing dirt for even the messiest kid in Americas hands. One wipe is usually all I need to tackle any mess. Studies show that they even clean better than hand sanitizers. They kill 99.99% of germs making them tough on dirt while remaining gentle on kids skin. For me, they are the perfect choice when I don’t have soap or water available. If that’s not enough to convince you, how about the fact that they are hypoallergenic? I can’t think of a reason why you would use not use them for clean-ups after contact with germs, sticky foods, greasy dirt and everyday messes.

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