Mom in Training: Cottonelle #LetsTalkBums - Why not talk it out?

December 20, 2013

Cottonelle #LetsTalkBums - Why not talk it out?

By now I'm sure you've all seen the very funny commercials featuring Cherry Healey where she talks about "bums". Yeah you know what I'm talking about the commercials about Cottonelle wipes. I don't think there has been a day where we've had the TV on in the evening that I haven't seen at least one of the commercials. And to be quite honest it's one of few I actually stop to listen to just to see what funny things she'll be saying. These commercials actually grab your attention, or at least they do mine. Still not sure what I'm talking about then watch the video below. I promise it'll be one you enjoy.


I have to say I was ecstatic when Cottonelle came out with their bathroom wipes. It made my life so much easier as a mom. When my son was younger we were always throwing away his underwear because he didn't wipe good enough, and well I just wasn't about to attempt to try and get all the "leftbehinds" out of his underwear. After a few months of that I actually started having him use diaper wipes and then throw them in the trashcan to avoid having the toilet get clogged and backed up. Of course you know how wonderful that worked when it got hot out and the smell started to drift out of the trashcan. Alas there was finally the perfect answer thanks to Cottonelle.  I finally had a solution to his lack of proper wiping and didn't have to worry about a trashcan odor anymore!  Their wipes are completely flushable so he could wipe and then flush as usual! That sure made of one happy mommy.


Curious what other people have to say about cleaning their bums? Then check out the Cottonelle Facebook page and talk it out!

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Rolemommy.com and Cottonelle. All thoughts and opinions however are my own.

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