I honestly believe that I have one of *the* messiest children in the world – AND the cleanest child in the world. Both.
My 3 year old is SO particular about being clean, that it’s almost frustrating. My 1 year old on the other hand– who we sometimes wonder where he came from – is total polar opposite.
He has refused us feeding him since he was a few months old. Yes, Even at 3 months wanted to hold his own bottle, and would not let us spoon feed him any baby food. He started eating solids at around 5 months old, because he refused baby food all together, no matter how hard we tried – but oogled at our table food. And so that’s what he started getting.
He is constantly a mess.
I do twice as much laundry for Ethan than I do for Andrew – and am constantly running out of bibs because Ethan needs to wear one at all times – or his shirt will look like this:
Thank God for laundry tools like Shout Free – where I can clean those stains and be sure that those clothes are wearable again! Otherwise I’d be constantly shopping for clothes!
- Dye Free.
- Fragrance Free.
- 99% Natural Ingredients.
- Convenient trigger dispenser.
- Safe for all colorfast washables.
- Works in all water temperatures.
- So it’s easy for me to just spray the Shout Free onto all these tough stains and I no longer have to hope and pray that the stains will come out!
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I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Shout and received a product sample to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.