Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Giveaway: Dwink Box


Every time my oldest son and I walk down the juice isle at the grocery store to grab our juice in a BOTTLE...My sweet LA says, "Momma juice boxes in summertime?" I do always feel bad, but he is only 2 (alright two and a half) and they are messy. We do not like messes over here. (Especially not Mr. Blonde!)

So I thought if these really work and we can have juice boxes in our home I am going to be thrilled. 1) LA will be so excited! 2) There will be no messes. I have put the Dwink to the test and it really works! I have even tried squeezing the box myself. No squirting!

Some other great features:
  • universal (standard juice box, soy milk box, juice pouch, etc)
  • comfortable handles for little fingers
  • non skid bottom helps prevent spills
  • available in 4 colors
  • made in the USA!
Believe me when I say...this product is awesome!


How can you get one?

Buy it: only 4.99 on the Dwink website.

Win it:
1. leave me a comment sharing a funny mess story
2. leave me a comment confirming you've added my button to your space
3. become a follower
4. become a subscriber

The winner will be selected randomly Febuary 10. Thanks for entering!

40 comments:

Ruby said...

alright my middle child was drinking out of one of the ever famous juice boxes and me well i am a little of a push over so i let him hold it and i say love now dont squeeze it or you will waste your juice and it will be all gone so he is good for the first couple of drinks then what happens he squeezes it and where does it fly right up his nose thats right talk about the look on that 1 and a half year olds face oh my what a crack up

Ruby said...

i am a subscriber

The Amsler Family said...

i need one of these....you know all my messy stories, her name is lexie.....pick me pick me!

fransmomma said...

i'm already a subscriber! :) i dont know what i was thinking at the time, but i gave my 2 year old daughter a starbucks milk box in the car on the way to church one morning and she squirted it all over herself and my car. i dont think any milk made it into her mouth and she was a sticky pink mess at church all morning. what i do is, when i give my kids their juice box i say "mouth first!" they know not to touch it until i put the straw in their mouth for them. they're pretty well trained as far as that goes...

gahome2mom said...

Funny Mess? My 3 year old makes them all the time. lol Just a few days ago she climbs into the kitchen cupboard and get the bowl of brown sugar out. She then goes to the recliner and begins eating it and gets sugar all over the chair, the floor and herself. The next day she did the same to a shaker of parmesan cheese. (stinkier) ugh...


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Karen said...

Count me in :)

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littlelatina said...

this is wonderful my son loves grabbing the juice boxes but he always spills

mverno said...

i once dropped 5 pizzas for the office party on the floor when i tripped ha ha

Stacie said...

Every day is a funny mess story around my house. My youngest eats salad with her hands and always makes a huge mess at supper!

Stacie said...

I subscribe.

mogrill said...

Wow great idea! My little one is Constantly dropping her juice boxes! I love this idea.

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shopannies said...

I was a nurses aide an my children or atleast a few of them were preteens they decided to have a water fight in my kitchen oh my gosh to go home to puddles of water on the floor can you imagine what they had to do when I got home? To top it all of thier dad was there and it still happened

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Danielle said...

My youngest squeezed katsup all over our carpet while I was in the shower:(

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Jeff and Mandee said...

I was at Target with my son when I felt drops on my leg. I looked up at the ceiling thinking it was leaking then looked at my son who had turned his juice box upside down and squeezed! The juice was allll over him and then some on me. This product would come in very handy!!

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Therese said...

When painting pumpkins with my grandson on Halloween, he managed to get paint everywhere! I was still cleaning it out of his ears when he went home the next day.

Alice H said...

What a great product - and great price. My son is at the just learning how to eat stage so all my stories involve me having to change clothes at the end of them! Thanks for the chance - alicedemske at hotmail.com

lilyk said...

I once got chewing gum in my hair.

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I subscribed to your blog.

ZESTYWONDERLAND said...

My funniest mess story does not have to do with spills...more about naughty kids & a cat box.

One day the kids had playdates over. The front bathroom was taken ...so two went to use my bathrrom in the back of the house....where I keep the cat box.

What I found 10 later was to toodlers building sand castles on the carpet floor in my bathroo~WITH THE CONTENTS OF THE DIRTY CAT BOX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

SO GROSSSSSSSSS YET I HAD TO LAUGH .......THEN I HAD TO THROW THEM INTO MY GARDEN TUB FOR A BUBBLE BATH & A GOOD WASHING.

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Melanie said...

Ha, Messes happen all the time in this house. Exspecially come dinner time.

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Smiles Across Miles said...

Not so funny at the time, but I once sat on an open juice box that my son left on a chair and soaked my pants.

Carolyn said...

Okay, this is my mess. I was making Cream Puffs, because we loved them at the fair and I thought, well how hard could they be? (Famous last words) As I was mixing the batter, I lost my grip on my mixer, while it was going and ... wow! Batter was everywhere. All the kids got real quiet and then burst out laughing. We all cleaned up, but they have never let me forget it.

Mommyhood is Thankless said...

MY daughter asked for cereal, she loves to eat it dry so I gave her some in her snack container. I got to the bathroom for 3 minutes tops, I come back to her chucking the cereal everywhere! It was ALL over the living room, and I still find it in the strangest places

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Anonymous said...

don't even get me started

Xenia said...

Just yesterday I was out to lunch with my 2-year-old, 8-week-old, and friends. My 2-year-old's meal came with a carton of milk, which she has never drank from, so I just opened it up and put a straw in it because she definitely knows how to drink from a straw cup. Not ten minutes later she starts frantically crying because she squeezed and tipped the carton and managed to get milk completely down her sweatshirt and soaking her pants. Needless to say, I haven't tried a normal juice box with her because I'm sure something like this will happen every time!

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Sarah Berry said...

Yesterday my 17 month old dumped crackers all over the floor and then began stomping on the them because she liked the sound. Of course this all occurred right at bedtime. She sure knows how to delay that. LOL

Emilie said...

When my two year old was about 21 months my BIL thought it would be fun to teach him to go "oh no" and hold his head with both hands. The best part? He chose to do it right after he was done eating his spaghetti, with his hands! He was a mess but it was adorable.

Emilie said...

I'm a subscriber!

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loganandemmysmom said...

Juice boxes are EVIL!! They seem so simple and handy to throw in the diaper bag...WRONG, they are a huge mess hidden a a cute little package! My almost 2 year old could make a mess out of anything though, she's a tornado!

loganandemmysmom said...

I subscribed! thanks!