Thursday, December 12, 2013

Crap Happens, Cottonelle Can Help #MoreIsBetter

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cottonelle.
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I feel like such a teenager as I sit here giggling while writing this post. This is one of those topics that I never considered would be in my future as I worked on my English degree in college. But here it is, so we might as well embrace it with everything we've got, eh?

Today, we are talking about Toilet Paper!


I told a friend of mine that this post was coming up, and she said, "We all have to wipe our butts, so we might as well be comfortable while doing it."

Very true. So on that note, let's get serious for a minute, because crap happens to all of us.

Potty training is looming in my future. I'm in denial about it, and praying that one day my quadruplets will wake up and magically go in the toilet. Problem solved. Unfortunately, I highly doubt that will be the case.

That's a crappy deal if you ask me.

So I thought it would be interesting to give Cottonelle a try in preparation for our upcoming life event. I'll admit that we've never tried Cottonelle before. Sean has a strict policy when it comes to toilet paper: only the soft stuff. He doesn't care if there is a cheaper brand. The man has standards when it comes to ice cream and toilet paper, and you do not pull the seat out from under him when he isn't looking. Period.
Sean kindly agreed to try Cottonelle so that we could both form an opinion about it. Happily, Cottonelle made the cut! (whew! You should hear this man go on about the virtues of toilet paper). We both agree that we like that it's soft AND strong. Strong enough for little fingers that want to rip holes through it as they are doing their duty.

I think the biggest thing though, is that each roll has 25% more toilet paper on it than the other leading brands. Can you imagine how much toilet paper we are going to go through while potty training quadruplets?! With 25% more on the roll, maybe, maybe, I won't be caught without a supply after my kids use the bathroom in a few months.

I got to thinking about what I could do with 25% more this holiday season ...

  • Sleep (not be exhausted!)
  • Time (not be as stressed!)
  • Lights in the garage (Sean added this one. We could actually see stuff in there!)
  • Metabolism (more doughnuts!!)
  • Toilet Paper (25% more trees could be TP'd! Yeah, I just said that!)

Man, if anyone wants to know what I want for Christmas, that list above should get you started!

If you are a fan of potty talk, you can jump over to Twitter and see what others would do if they had 25% more of something this Christmas season, like they do on their roll of toilet paper. (There are some awesome comments out there!)

Meanwhile, Cottonelle is hosting a Pinterest giveaway that I thought you might be interested in! They are giving away $100 PER DAY! Heck yes! With so much talk about crap, that is one very cool and clean offer!

The giveaway opened on Monday, December 9th and will run through Friday, December 20th. You can enter daily for a chance to win a $100 American Express Gift Card, and check The SITS Girls FaceBook page every day to see who the lucky winner is!

So, what could you use 25% more of this Christmas season? Leave me a comment! (extra brownie points if you make me giggle!)

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of CottonelleFor more info, please see my disclaimer page.


  1. Sounds like a great deal to me! Glad Cottonelle was able to convince Sean that their toilet paper is worthy of his use. Hopefully the kids will see each other using the potty can copy off of them and make things just a little bit easier for you.

  2. When our boys were potty training, one of them would get VERY upset if the toilet paper did not rip EXACTLY on the perforations...might be another thing to test for if your kids are as "anal" as mine, hahaha.

  3. "Crappy deal", LOL, I love puns! I will be very interested to hear about your potty training adventures as I know it will be really unique :) And I find it hilarious that guys are so particular about tp. In our house, it MUST say "safe for septic systems" even though we don't actually have a septic system. Otherwise he won't use it. I will have to investigate about Cottonelle.


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