Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Only brush the teeth you want to keep: $100 giveaway

This is a compensated review by BlogHer and Tom's of Maine.



Only one natural oral care company carries the ADA Seal of Acceptance for a children’s toothpaste, Tom’s of Maine Anticavity Children’s Silly Strawberry with Fluoride. And because we care as much as you do, we’ve never tested it on animals or added artificial flavors, colors or preservatives. It’s flavored with natural oils for a great strawberry taste they’ll love.

My dentist always said, "Only brush the teeth you want to keep." (shout out, Dr. Lamb!)

My family was asked to review Tom's of Maine Natural Care Toothpaste. This particular product of Tom's is an anticavity fluoride toothpaste for children--our flavor was called Silly Strawberry.



The lack of artificial colors in this product keeps it natural--you'll notice that it's actually an off-white paste even though it is strawberry flavored? The ingredient list on the box says this toothpaste is flavored with fruit extracts of strawberry, banana, and other natural flavors, as well as "carrageenan (Chondrus crispus) (seaweed)..." Eh? There's seaweed in the toothpaste? Maybe that's why it's 'silly'? Certainly natural!

I put together this little video of my two youngest kiddos trying out the new tube in a creative way. They are 7 & 5. And yes my house is always this loud.



For the sake of the review, I did try the toothpaste as well. It actually tastes like a strawberry/cherry combo and for that reason, I'd never be able to use it again. [I have a severe adversion to anything cherry flavored as it only reminds me of cough syrup I was forced to take as a child when sick. See what you've done to me Mom? I can never eat cherry-flavored candy, cough drops, mixed drinks, and now, I can't use Tom's of Maine Silly Strawberry flavored toothpaste.]

The kids liked it about as much as their regular toothpaste and I feel good knowing they're using a natural product without artificial colors or flavors.

Now the good stuff! To enter the $100 Visa gift card drawing, tell me how you get your kids to brush! Leave me a comment below or you may leave a link to your post on your own blog in the comments below. Contest will begin at 12/15/2009 and will end 1/15/2010. Make sure that the e-mail address you leave is correct.

Rules:

  • No duplicate comments.
  • You may receive an additional entry by linking on twitter and leaving a link in the comments.
  • You may receive an additional entry by blogging about this contest and leaving a link in the comments.
  • This giveaway is open to US Residents, aged 18 and older
  • Winners will be selected via random draw, and will notified by e-mail.
  • You have 48 hours to get back to me, otherwise a new winner will be selected.
  • Please see the official rules here: Official rules
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155 comments:

Mami2jcn said...

My kids enjoy brushing their teeth, so there's no real coaxing involved. I think they enjoy their character toothbrushes (Spongebob and "Cars"). They're not crazy about flossing, though.

mami2jcn at gmail dot com

Mami2jcn said...

I blogged about this:

http://grand-giveaways.blogspot.com/2009/12/toms-of-maine-giveaways.html

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Monica McCoy said...

I let my son pick out the toothbrush and paste.

justmons @ hotmail . com

Leah Killian said...

I buy them cute toothbrushes.

I'll have to pick some of this up for Jonas- he can't have red dye #40- but he loves strawberry!

Lorie said...

Honestly, I still brush their teeth. We have brushes that blink to tell you how long you have to brush. I do the first blink and then they get to do the second.

It is the only way to make sure that it gets done and I don't get a $300 bill at the dentist :P

Lorie said...

Tweet
http://twitter.com/milliemux/status/6707228595

Jenna said...

Cyrena has a fun character toothbrush but we still brush her teeth ourselves! She just likes to watch in the mirror. :)

My Life's Scraps said...

We have a "singing toothbrush" lol. It sings the ABC's and you have to keep brushing as long as the song plays- it's awesome. makes it fun for the kids too :)

Courtney said...

I just say time to brush your teeth. They are really good about it. To make sure Aaron does it long enough we will sing the abcs.

Jan Garber said...

My grandson has a whale toothbrush and, even though I can't stand the guy, Sponge Bob toothpaste. I tasted it once, and believe me, the all natural Tom's would HAVE to be better! And coaxing? It's simply, "We don't (go anywhere or read our bedtime book) until the teeth are clean!" Tough Grandma!

Jennifer ♥ said...

We don't have kids yet, but I'd definitely want to buy an all natural toothpaste - seaweed, yum!! :)

Blog-O-Seaton! said...

I use teethbrushing as bribery at my house, it works well with my little 2 year old

Delfina said...

I just need some tiny teeth to brush
:(

Matt said...

We're pretty lucky I guess. Our 3 year old son brushes his teeth without much of a fight most of the time. Usually, it's more of a fight that it's time for bed.
mattschmunk at hotmail dot com

Teri said...

okay well my kids arent like any of these other bloggers.. I have to constantly remind them 2 times a day (sometime more since they dont listen half the time!!) Thats how I get them to do it.. I nag them to death! HA.. but my kids do like fun toothbrushes and they also like the mouth wash that tells you how much yuk is on your teeth, then you have to brush it away... I like your review and am interested to buy this! Natural is always good!

Emily said...

My kids actually like it most of the time. But they do go through stages and the best thing I've done to "trick" them is to let them brush my teeth at the same time-works wonders.
emilyo.warne@gmail.com

Angelica Bays, TygrLilies.com said...

I scrape my kids teeth and show them the gunk., "Ewwww!" and they go running to the sink! ;o)

Liz said...

Actually by letting her pick her toothbrush and toothpaste she liked the battery operated so she enjoyed it.

Kelsey Kim said...

I just tell my son his teeth will fall out, or that we have to brush to get the bugs out of his mouth. ;) Thankfully, he doesn’t ever put up a fight. I let him brush first, then I check them and get the “missed” spots.
micahandkelsey1@cox.net
www.courageousmother.blogspot.com

Stephanie Wills said...

It's always a battle getting my kids to brush their teeth. We have tried all the fun tooth brushes and it doesn't help...maybe strawberry toothpaste will!

The Bluths said...

Oh I hates brushing my kids teeth. Gavin is getting better about me brushing, but he seems to have ticklish gums or something. With Logan I make him brush and then come see me and I'll give them an extra little scrub (I noticed he wasn't doing them enough).

Jenny said...

My 2 yr old quadruplets actually love to brush their teeth. I think it's a game to them. We started brushing at a young age and I think that has helped!

jenny

jennyhasquads (at) yahoodotcom

Wehaf said...

I don't have kids, but my brother makes tooth-brushing a family affair - everyone does it together. It seems to work.

urchiken at gmail dot com

Henrietta said...

My children are 14 & 9, they are both pretty good about brushing, I do have to get on my 9 year old in the mornings though, she hates to brush in the morning for some reason! I do let them pick out their own toothbrush and of course they get new ones for just about every holiday! Thanks for the giveaway, your boys were adorable, lol!

Robyn said...

My 10 year old likes to brush in the shower, whatever works? My 6 year old loves to please me and does it because I ask. We also use a timer.

Missybeez said...

I get my kids to brush by telling them how it is so important to have healthy teeth.
honeybeez80@yahoo.com

Jeanette Huston said...

Brushing a teeth is an important part of our daily lives. My daughter brushes her teeth every night. She loves brushing.

Jeanette Huston
chewysmum79@yahoo.com

Jeanette Huston said...

I tweeted this giveaway here

http://twitter.com/gijeanie/status/6813562112

Jeanette Huston
chewysmum79@yahoo.com

Jeanette Huston said...

I blogged this giveaway here

http://mommyblessingsinsmallbundles.blogspot.com/2009/12/toms-of-maine-is-giving-you-chance-to.html

Jeanette Huston
chewysmum79@yahoo.com

cstironkat said...

I bought the light-up toothbrushes. These toothbrushes light up and when they go off the kids are finished brushing. The kids love these toothbrushes and I like that the light keeps the kids brushing.

The Bluths said...

I tweeted http://twitter.com/budicheeks/statuses/6831797475

Charity Donovan said...

With my quadruplets, it's monkey see - monkey do! Once one of them is "having fun" brushing they all happily line up!

charityd AT centurytel DOT net

mamawj said...

main entry: By letting the kids have their own are with all their items like toothbrush toothpaste hairbrush etc they enjoy getting ready. thanks
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Haydensmommy05 said...

This aweful I will admit but I tell my daughter she will lose all of her teeth and look like her papaw if she doesnt brush! It works!
Haydensmommy05@hotmail.com

Haydensmommy05 said...

I tweeted!
http://twitter.com/Haydensmommy05/statuses/6843936134

Haydensmommy05@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Who invented the toothbrush?

A Redneck!!

(If it had been invented by anyone else, it would have been a teeth brush)

B

mandala said...

The promise of a wonderful story telling time makes brushing less stressful for kids :)
dkbsharma@yahoo.com

Shawna said...

This is a little on the horrible side, but I've told my son that if he does not brush his teeth "the bugs" will get into his mouth (bugs meaning plaque, but bugs seems to have a better impact). Since there has been some commercials on TV showing the plaque bugs crawling around in some persons mouth, that has reinforced things. Whatever anyone may think, my son has excellent teeth brushing routine and beautiful teeth.

ShawnaMichelle@ymail.com

Kimberly/Mom in the City said...

My oldest son has no problem brushing. It was a struggle with my younger son. Now that he loves to do everything that his big brother does - I use that for everything good - including brushing his teeth!
kc@mominthecity.com

OneHappyfamily said...

I ground them from sweets if they forget to brush or give me grief about it!

The Murray Crew said...

I have quadruplet toddler boys who are just now "cutting their teeth" on tooth brushing. We simply called the toothpaste a "treat" and that was all it has taken. They remind me to do it now. Don't know how long that will last, but so far so good!

bradley.g.murray[at]gmail.com

MarineWife02 said...

my daughter likes when I pretend to sneak up on her teeth and brush them!

em-jay said...

Our boy LOVES to brush! It's a great part of his routines. joyful[dot]too[at]gmail[dot]com

Deb said...

link to my blog comment
http://tnshadylady.blogspot.com/2009/12/getting-kids-to-brush.html

Deb said...

tweet
http://twitter.com/tnshadylady/status/7074263597

Deb said...

blog link
http://tnshadylady.blogspot.com/2009/12/blogher-reviews-by-little-ol-me-only.html

The Fam said...

My little one just got her first tooth! We haven't started brushing yet but I love the fact that Tom's of Maine is natural so that we can start her with it.

shannoncarman at yahoo dot com

Annette D said...

When my sons were young (they are now 16 and 21), I tried all kinds of different toothpastes and found that Tom's Strawberry flavored was their favorite. I never had any trouble getting them to brush because they liked the flavor.
jedoggett@embarqmail.com

Jennifer-Eighty MPH Mom said...

I get my kids to brush by telling them their teeth will fall out if they don't (which is true right?). I also nicely remind them...

mandjregan at gmail dot com

Jennifer-Eighty MPH Mom said...

I tweeted your giveaway:
http://twitter.com/EightyMPHMom/status/7081362386

Jennifer-Eighty MPH Mom said...

I blogged about your wonderful giveaway:
http://www.eightymphmom.com/2009/12/link-em-up-thursday-giveaway-linky_23.html

Missa said...

I don't have kids yet, but I remember my mother standing in the doorway until my teeth were brushed when I was a kid. I hated brushing my teeth!

sweetmissa at gmail dot com

Missa said...

Tweeted: http://twitter.com/hunniebee724/status/7096578213

Deb said...

I have two little boys, and hygiene isn't always high on their list of priorities, so we just have to make sure that we remind them to do those basics like brush their teeth, floss, wash hands often, use soap in the shower (yes, we have to). My oldest son really likes his electric toothbrush, so we get him his favorite characters and that helps him want to brush his teeth.

Deb said...

tweeted

http://twitter.com/fairydancer35/status/7099320979

buzzd said...

fun character toothbrushes

fashionfrugality said...

I think one of the best ways to get kids interested in brushing is to get them a fun toothbrush. Whether it be their favorite color, a fun color or feature a cool tv character, everything is more fun when it LOOKS fun! :)
kkondek at gmail.com

fashionfrugality said...

Tweet! http://twitter.com/ktkatherine/status/7112263712
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Chris said...

My go to cookie is the chocolate crinkle! Everyone I have ever given them to has loved them!

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Chris said...

Tweeted! http://twitter.com/chrisec/status/7130324959

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Marina said...

My little one is a Disney Princess fan so I tell her the Princesses use the same paste...and voila...job's done!

karenmed409 said...

For our younger kids each time they brush, we reward with sticker , when they save up enough stickers, we give them a small reward.. it could be the leader of game night or a pick a movie for movie night.
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karenmed409 said...

tweet http://twitter.com/karenmed409/status/7140250245
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Annette D said...

tweeted http://twitter.com/annedoggett/status/7142739932
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nightowl said...

The best way I have found to get them to brush is let them pick out their toothbrushes at the store and choose what flavor of toothpaste they want.

winit6@hotmail.com

Erin from Long Island said...

My daughter and I like to dance and sing the "brush your teeth" song. It always gets the job done!

Erin from Long Island said...

tweet

http://twitter.com/erunuevo/status/7154790719

Ann said...

We monitor our kid's brushing every night and morning and we brush our toddler's teeth.

brownatural at gmail dot com

Skinny Minnie said...

Cute toothbrushes help and making sure they pick out the toothpaste so they will use it . jtrophy at gmail dot com

www.icoulduseadeal.blogspot.com

Skinny Minnie said...

tweeted http://twitter.com/jtrophy/status/7182130248 jtrophy at gmail dot com

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Shelley said...

Letting them pick their own cute toothbrush and toothpaste.

Ann said...

Tweeted (@unluckymrsmom)

http://twitter.com/unluckymrsmom/status/7193998199

Kim in AZ said...

We have electric toothbrushes that "tickle" your teeth - that helps a ton, makes it faster too! We also have fun character brushes for short trips or overnights at grandparents houses.

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Tes283 said...

A family who brushes together is how we brush. Being a good role model.

Tes283 said...

tweet
http://twitter.com/TES283/status/7212113671

AStarrA said...

We use the mouthwash that chances color and light up toothbrushes...seems to work so far.
disintegratingstarr@hotmail.com

Eve said...

They like fruity toothpastes so we use that and they love the taste so they brush more often without being told and longer. shopgurl101@gmail.com

Eve said...

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Eve said...

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The Hills said...

My kids love brushing, but the whole family has horrible teeth anyway. To help things along, my oldest takes a toothbrush in her lunchbox and does a quick brush with just water after lunch. At home, we let both kids have a turn first, then it's momma or daddy's turn to brush. They feel independent, but we get to make sure it's done right!

momsmilkbcs at yahoo dot com

lawinthemiddleofnowhere said...

Electric toothbrushes make brushing fun and easy for the kids.

Mindy said...

I don't have kids, but when I do, I will get them to brush by making it a habit at a young age and explaining the importance of healthy teeth.

mdmerenghi@gmail.com

DG said...

My mom used to make a game out of it. We had to brush our teeth as well as possible or else the plaque monster would get us. Didn't scare us but it did make us laugh

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DG said...

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blogged

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DG said...

http://twitter.com/DeeGee13/status/7339298129

tweeted

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momznite said...

No singing, character toothbrushes, or rewards are necessary. Thanks to the educational efforts of her dentist, dental hygienist, and school health teacher, my daughter readily brushes, flosses, and rinses.

Melinda said...

I tell them their teeth will fall out like grandpa's if they dont brush...that usually works, but sometimes they say "That would be funny, I dont care if my teeth fall out" You win some, you lose some!
mjf926 at gmail dot com

Artistic Cook said...

my kids are pretty good about brushing, thanks to their dentist and teachers

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Artistic Cook said...

blogged

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Artistic Cook said...

tweeted

http://twitter.com/artisticbaker/statuses/7369107931

linda said...

tweeted

http://twitter.com/artisticbaker/status/7407111328

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Melinda said...

tweeted

http://twitter.com/MelindaJoy926/statuses/7408182476

Sarah said...

I don't have to work too hard (yet!) He's only 9 months old ;)

Sarah said...

http://twitter.com/princesssls/status/7408924081

Sarah said...

http://princessslsgiveaways.blogspot.com/2010/01/100-giveaway_05.html

Anonymous said...

My kids don't really put up much of a fight. It's just been a part of their routine since birth

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Night Owl Mama said...

Standing beside Mommy or Daddy in the am is the best way we can get our children to imitate Mommy or Daddy. They brush like we do and end when we do. Smiling at each other while we do it is the fun part.

nightowlmama at comcast dot net

Night Owl Mama said...

http://twitter.com/Nightowlmama/status/7433874791

nightowlmama at comcast dot net

Joy said...

Brushing teeth was a part of the bedtime ritual and it was routine for my kids to brush their teeth

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joy said...

tweeted

http://twitter.com/MsJoyful1/statuses/7448843361

mjharvey26 [at] yahoo [dot] com

Linda said...

Todays Tweet

http://twitter.com/artisticbaker/status/7486534652

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Anonymous said...

My kids are usually good at brushing, but bribery always works :-P

justacakebaker@gmail.com

MJ

Anonymous said...

Dr. Lamb in the hizzieeee!!!!!!

B

Cassie said...

Since I don't have children of my own, I'll share my friend's story. She bought her children toothbrushes that play music, and when the music stops, the children can stop brushing their teeth. Its really a neat idea. And the kids love it!

Cassie said...

I tweeted! http://twitter.com/itsmecassieb/status/7545295432

Roger S. said...

My child only has one tooth, and the doctor said not to try and brush it yet.

:)

Betty N said...

When my children were growing up, it was just a part of the "getting ready for bed" routine and they did it without coaxing.

Betty N said...

tweet here
http://twitter.com/Grandma3710/status/7576375724

Betty N said...

blog here
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Cindy said...

I get my kids to brush by getting them nifty spinning toothbrushes. They're happy to use them!

Cindy said...

Tweeted: http://twitter.com/Getalonghome/status/7580937627

Cindy said...

Blogged here: http://getalonghome.com/2010/01/toms-of-maine-giveaway/

Princess Golden Hair said...

would you believe my secret weapon is food coloring?

I have them open their mouths and add a drop or two of food coloring under the tongue. Tell them to swish it around their mouth and spit it out. Rinse with water. Ask them to smile while looking into the mirror

Now brush! I have them brush until all of the color is gone. Brush the tongue too. Carefully inspect your child's teeth for any remaining color. If there is still color, then this is a place that wasn't thoroughly brushed. Just re-brush that spot.

teechbiz at gmail dot com

Janet and Maya said...

I blogged about my daughter and brushing here
http://giveawaysonblogs.blogspot.com/2010/01/how-i-get-my-daughter-to-brush.html
mayacarpenter at verizon dot net

Janet and Maya said...

i blogged about the contest here
http://giveawaysonblogs.blogspot.com/2010/01/how-i-get-my-daughter-to-brush.html
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Janet and Maya said...

I tweeted here http://twitter.com/janetmom2maya/status/7618109564

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JC said...

I get flavored toothpastes and their favorite character toothbrushes for them!

JC said...

http://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/7620313337

JC said...

blogged. http://tcarolinep.blogspot.com/2010/01/giveaway-blogher-reviews-by-little-olme.html

nikkilugi said...

I remind my kids about going to the dentist and getting fillings and that certainly motivates them to brush.

nikkilugi said...

Tweet tweet http://twitter.com/nikkilugi/status/7627049760

Anonymous said...

Toothbrushes with cool characters or light-up brushes works very well to inspire brushing.

ceegeebeegee at yahoo dot com

KaseysKrazyMommy said...

My son just doesn't like anything in his mouth that is "too hot". Tom's Silly Strawberry sounds like the perfect solution.

Sean said...

We taught them very young, so it's a habit now!

9_26@myway.com

Sean

Just Me said...

We showed them how to brush when they were young, and they like the flavored toothpastes now and the character brushes. It makes it easier to get them to brush :)

Carolyn G said...

Using fun and tasty toothpaste and cute toothbrushes is how!

Carolyn G said...

blogged http://theartofrandomwillynillyness.blogspot.com/2010/01/toms-and-blogher-115.html

Mommy Kennedy said...

I nag my kids to brush!

Mommy Kennedy said...

Tweeted
http://twitter.com/MommyKennedy/statuses/7721154684

Amy said...

Our kids are grown, but when they were younger, we encouraged them to brush by providing them with fun, kid-friendly toothbrushes and flavored toothpaste.

Amy said...

Tweeted:
https://twitter.com/amylou61/status/7726816547

Chacoy said...

I am reallly strict about teeth brushing, and I just make sure that I buy fun and good tasting toothpaste and toothbrushes for him to want to brush;}

Thank you for the opprotunity!

Amy said...

I blogged:
http://fibrofoggy.blogspot.com/2010/01/win-visa-gift-card-from-blogher-and.html

Erika Jean said...

I get the little girl I watch (I'm a nanny) by brushing my teeth at the same time ;-) we make faces in the mirror as we do it ;-)

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petteytiffany@yahoo.com said...

since the showing of the rotted mouth pics there has been no prob when it is time to brush teeth

Donna C. said...

I would always let my son pick his own toothpaste and a new tooth brush every 2 months. He enjoyed the character brushes

Lucyinthesky said...

I brush right along side them and we make faces in the mirror at the same time.

catmom1010 AT gmail DOT com

pixie13 said...

I have no problems getting my daughter to brush. We use a character toothbrush with a timer & a child's toothpaste & she loves it. Thanks for the great giveaway!

gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

pixie13 said...

I blogged
http://pixie13-justconteststuff.blogspot.com/2009/12/blogher-100-visa-gift-card.html

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pixie13 said...

tweet
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Cheryl said...

One thing we did to get our kids to brush was to use the pills they chew that leaves the pink residue on their teeth. It shows where they needed to brush. They found it really fun to try and scrub it all off.

Cheryl said...

Tweet

http://twitter.com/HeartnSoulmom/status/7765002992

Amanda said...

We buy fun toothbrushes & let the kids pick the toothpaste. Sometimes I have just as many tubes of toothpaste on the counter as brushes. Maybe we'll give this one a try.

Amanda Crandell
osmondfreak@cox.net

Nancy said...

We try and make it more enticing by choosing fun toothbrushes (Disney, cartoon characters. etc.) and flavored toothpaste.

Nancy said...

My tweet: http://twitter.com/njhhb/status/7771527875

*lindsey said...

I promise, if I win the $100, I WILL take you out for lunch! Then we can like, hang out in real life and stuff!

Lydia A. said...

I don't have my own children but I tell the kids I watch that brushing your teeth is the "in" thing that teenagers love to do. They want to be cool like the older kids so it's pretty easy to get them to brush! I also brush with them so we make a game out of it.

Lydia A. said...

Tweeted: http://twitter.com/princessla66/status/7787396129

CMC said...

I have no trouble getting my guys to brush - I have no cavities and they want that for themselves, too!

spitfyr323 at hotmail dot com

CMC said...

Tweeted:

http://twitter.com/spitfyr323/statuses/7788914539

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Lindy said...

We brush every night before we go to bed. It is a daily routine

mjf926 at hotmail dot com

Anne J said...

When my kids were younger I found letting them pick their own toothbrush and "special" toothpaste helped. Now it is just routine and there is no arguing.

ajolly1456 at gmail dot com

Anne J said...

I blogged
http://lunaj1456.blogspot.com/2010/01/win-with-toms-of-maine-and-blogher.html

Anne J said...

I tweeted
http://twitter.com/lunaj1456/status/7804324356

Melody said...

They just know that it is a must that they brush!