Win Arm & Hammer MyWay Spinbrush’s

15 Dec




With ten sleeps left till Christmas day, I’m feeling more festive than ever, and as promised this December is going to be packed with Christmas cheer and that means lots of Christmas inspiration and fabulous competitions.

Arm & Hammer

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 Arm & Hammer  have launched  a fantastic creative competition as a celebration of it’s all new MyWay Spinbrushs. These fab brushes launched in late July are battery operated children’s toothbrushes and  have been designed to make teeth brushing fun, they are the perfect addition to any child’s stocking this Christmas.

 Arm & Hammer have also donated two awesome Spinbrush’s (one in each colour) to our awesome Christmas Countdown, giving you lot the chance to win one!

 Firstly let me tell you about this awesome competition they are running over on the till the end of December. 

 This is a free interactive game that inspires creativity and a little healthy competition between boys and girls. Boys can compete against the girls to design the best looking virtual toothbrush and each week the top 5 designs are showcased in a specially designed gallery with each artist winning them self not a virtual but real MyWay Spinbrush that they can design at home.

 How it works

 Just like the real thing, Little ones can decorate a Spinbrush with the use of stickers, the difference is that this is a virtual brush and to create such a masterpiece children simply drag and drop their chosen stickers onto their virtual brush. With a choice of 141 decorative stickers the possibilities are endless and they can really unleash their creative flare.

 Stickers can be used to spell out names or any other words plus decorate with animals, rainbows, cars, instruments and so much more.

 Just visit the  and let your child have fun displaying their creativity! Remember, this competition will close at the end of this Month (December) so you have to be quick.

 So would you like the chance to win one of two Spinbrushs?

 Let me help you decide!

 Arm & Hammers MyWay Spinbrush is a battery operated brush that comes in pink or blue. With each brush a range of stickers are supplied to allow your child to unleash their creativity and decorate their own brush. 

 This helps make brushing their teeth (what often feels like a chore to many children) a fun experience while helping parents to create a good bathroom routine for their children. 

 Being a parent of three and having a child of 11 with Aspergers Syndrome I know just how hard this can be! My son has sensory sensitivities and really finds this a difficult task to undertake. This may prove a good distraction and make a difficult experience more fun.

 The brushes can be brought for around £5.99 each from stores such as Boots and Tesco’s 

 So… Are you convinced?

 As part of our Big Christmas Countdown the lovely Arm & Hammer have donated one pink and one blue Spinbrush.

 I will therefore draw two winners at random, to enter just follow the instructions below.

Compulsory actions

 Share with me one fantastic parenting tip, it can be anything you like, just share it in a comment here.

 You must leave a contact (twitter or email) so I can reach you if you are lucky enough to win.

Additional Entries 

 For additional chances to win, just use the share buttons in this post. IT IS IMPORTANT TO LEAVE AN ADDITIONAL COMMENT FOR EACH ACTION TAKEN


 Competition closes on the 3rd January 2012


 UK only, all rules must be abided in-order to be validated. The winner will be drawn at random on the 4rd January 2012 with the competition closing on the 3rd January 2012 at mid-night, no one will be entered after this time. Winner has 72 hours to respond once notified that they have won. Postal address will be passed to the appropriate representative in-order for the prize to be dispatched and their name will be published on this blog.


 I didn’t receive anything for this post but was donated two MyWay Spinbrush’s as a competition prize for my readers.

54 Responses to “Win Arm & Hammer MyWay Spinbrush’s”

  1. Carolina J. at 12:27 am #

    +1 ed ! (Snow_Bunny).

  2. Carolina J. at 12:26 am #

    Tweeted! @pandcands

  3. Carolina J. at 12:26 am #

    “Liked” on FB.

  4. Carolina J. at 12:23 am #

    Co-sleep, wear your baby in the sling, brestfeed and practice the baby-led weaning- this all makes the most contented and chilled-out baby!

  5. Sarah Parker at 8:43 pm #

    tweeted – snarepuss

  6. Sarah catherine Parker at 8:42 pm #

    liked on facebook – sarah catherine parker

  7. Sarah Parker at 8:37 pm #

    My kids love doing activites together ie cooking, swimming arts and crafts –

  8. vicky morton at 8:11 pm #

    Have sticker charts when they are going through ‘naughty stages’ it really helps keep them on track!

  9. Karen A Barrett at 6:29 pm #

    Shared on FB as Karen A Barrett

  10. Karen A Barrett at 6:28 pm #


  11. Karen A Barrett at 6:25 pm #

    Time with the children is a first, the washing/ironing/cleaning can wait.

  12. Sarah Mills at 4:45 pm #

    always listen and believe

  13. I shared on stumbled upon

  14. I have shared on twiiter


  15. I have shared on facebook


  16. Let Children be Children


  17. izzy at 11:42 pm #

    my tip –
    a nice night in with the family is always needed every once in a while

    take the kids to blockbuster and choose a few dvds, get lots of sweets and popcorn for them too

  18. Tweeted too


  19. Shared on Google+1 – Sarah Anguish


  20. Shared via StumbleUpon – littleboo21


  21. Shared via FB – Sarah Littleboo Anguish


  22. Don’t finish your childs sentences for them, let them talk even if you are in a hurry


  23. brenda heads at 9:45 pm #

    As soon as the children are old enough to understand have house rules and stick to them.

  24. Sarah Clegg at 5:32 pm #

    dshared on twitter name of sarahclegg2 🙂

  25. Sarah Clegg at 5:28 pm #

    i have shared on fb name of sarah clegg xx

  26. Sarah Clegg at 5:25 pm #

    my best tip is to remember that each baby/child is differant and that you shouldnt compare as they will each get their in the end or will at least do their best 🙂

  27. Kate Cunningham at 4:37 pm #

    Shared on twitter @01592_katie

  28. Kate Cunningham at 4:36 pm #

    Forgot to add my contact on last comment and can’t edit – sorry @01592_katie

    Shared on Facebook @01592_katie

  29. Kate Cunningham at 4:32 pm #

    Say ‘yes’ as often as you are able but when you say ‘NO’, MEAN IT!


  30. Jo Jones at 10:45 am #

    My parenting tip is to enjoy your child at the stage they are, and do not be too keen to push them on all the time as before you know it they are grown up!

  31. Jennifer Schofield at 9:40 am #

    I’ve tweeted@ @Jenni000

  32. Jennifer Schofield at 9:39 am #

    Tip – In my opinion, don’t totally deney your child some sweets once in a while – it will definitely make them crave them less when they go to parties and friends houses!


  33. Liz Simpson at 9:33 am #

    Always present an united front with your children. If you have disagreements, air them in private.

  34. Julie Johnson at 7:28 am #

    To understnad your child’s illness, I know what it is like to know someone whose child have an illness, my friends child has been diagnosed being deaf in one ear, I went deaf in one ear when I was a child with measles, she tries to have patience, so she is grateful as I am calm, as I am away from the hard times,

  35. Sheila Sloan at 5:06 am #

    No matter how busy you are in a day, always take time out to really listen to your children.

  36. And I’ve share on StumbleUpon

  37. I’ve shared on Twitter

  38. Hi! I’d love to win the blue one.
    Parenting tip….. hum, when my boy was potty training, I did not push him at all, just one day, I casually put brand new pairs of pants (still in the packaging), son looked a them and asked if he could try them on, I said no, these are only for big boys that don’t wear nappies… he told me that as he wants t wear these, he does not want to wear nappies anymore. and from this day, no nappies anymore, and I think just one wet accident at night! He was 2y and 3 months old!

  39. tweeted @bexjones1976

  40. shared Ade N Bex Jones on facebook xxx

  41. Having a 15 yr old aspie son – i am totally with you on the tooth brushing issues …he also has food issues (won’t have other foods touching any other foods) so to get him through that – we bought him a few segmented plates and bbq picnic trays – no foods touch and he can eat happily.
    This is not only an aspie issue apparently – I know there are quite a few children who separate their foods before eating, so may come in handy for the fussy eaters too xx

  42. Solange at 10:52 am #

    Any parents with fussy eater, let your kids help in the kitchen. You’ll be surprised what they’ll eat when they’ve helped cook it.

  43. julie buttonf1fan at 12:24 am #

    I just shared on twitter. its a nightmare to get my kids to brush thier teeth. 😦

  44. julie buttonf1fan at 12:21 am #

    fantastic tip…. telling my boys often i love them. obvious i know!

  45. Hazel Wright at 2:05 pm #

    Shared on facebook (Hilda Wright)!

  46. Hazel Wright at 2:04 pm #

    Disclosing tablets are a great way to encourage good tooth brushing, it makes it more fun for the kids if they have red or blue mouths!

  47. natalie goatley at 5:29 pm #

    I have shared on twitter @nataliemay29

  48. natalie goatley at 5:28 pm #

    I have shared on facebook

  49. natalie goatley at 5:27 pm #

    Remain calm at all times because as soon as your child thinks you’ve lost your cool then they’ve won.

  50. I’ve shared the link on Twitter!
    Tweeting as @LilinhaAngel 🙂

  51. My parenting tip would be to take each day as it comes and try and adapt to our growing child. Before having a child, I was used to be in control of everything.
    Since I became a mother, I had to learn to let it go and to adapt to having a little one in the house and relax while he is playing. We usually put all the toys back at the end of the day.

  52. Mummy Fever at 9:18 pm #

    Have shared on twitter @MummyFever

  53. Mummy Fever at 9:18 pm #

    Have shared on FB @MummyFever

  54. Mummy Fever at 9:17 pm #

    We have ‘tidy play’ in our house. If the playroom is looking like a bomb has hit it I ask the children to do some tidy play. They have to see how fast they can tidy up. The play room is meant to be played in but you can’t play if the floor is a carpet of toys. They care for their toys this way @MummyFever

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