For The Messiest of Days

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This post is sponsored by Single Edition Media on behalf of Wet Ones®. I have received product or an incentive from the brand.

Having a baby in tow with us through all of our weekend city adventures pretty much means one thing: having double the Wet Ones handy. I grew up with them and they are a super important diaper bag and at home essential to help us get through the messiest of days with the craziest of kids.


Wet Ones® Antibacterial Hand Wipes are the convenient 2-in-1 way to wipe out dirt and messes and kill 99.99% of germs when soap and water aren’t readily available. Based on this alone, there are many times even when we’re at home and I tell Branden to just go grab a Wet Ones (you know…because 8 year old hate having to actually wash their hands.) But having these miracle wipes in my arsenal gives me more power as a mom. (Did you know that 91% of moms admit to keeping their child from an activity just because its messy?) I’m able to encourage those fun, memorable, messy moments because I know that we will have a quick and easy cleanup.


Since Wet Ones are available pretty much everywhere (at mass, grocery, and drug stores nationwide) and come in various sizes, we all carry them with us. As an added mom tip that we often overlook: these wipes are just as powerful as any hand sanitizer, so there is no need to double up on products – you just need the Wet Ones and you’re good to go! But what sets them apart is that they are hypoallergenic and contain both aloe and lanolin – making your hands soft instead of dry. As an added bonus, the 20 packs all now include the new Wet Lock™ seal technology, making sure they never get in the way of fun.


So go ahead and embrace those messy moments. Wet Ones help make motherhood look easy (they can be our little secret). How do you handle your messiest of messes?

Fashionably Yours,



  1. I’m currently trying out a different brand of wipes, and I love your approach to this post. No one tells you early on that six-year-olds use just as many wipes as two-year-olds!

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