Crafts & Clean Up With Jewel & Swiffer

I imagine that there will come a time in my future when I’ll wish that I could open up a jar of childhood – to soak in the sounds of giggles and little feet banging on the hardwood floors.  I know that someday, I’ll want to revisit evidence of childhood creativity in every crevice of our home.  For now, I often find it challenging to not get engulfed in the mess that goes along with raising imaginative kids.  Anything that encourages clean-up with crafts is a win in my book, and we did just that at the celebratory launch of the Swiffer Sweep & Trap, with singer, songwriter and mother Jewel, at Manhattan’s Make Meaning.

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Lucia and Adrian proudly showed off their crafts, before joining Jewel in her acoustic premiere and video shoot of the “Clean-Up Song” currently available on Swiffer’s Facebook page.  The kids have since watched the video (in which they were a bit paparazzi-perplexed!) and one can only hope that the lyrics are actually soaking in.

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We’ve had some time to test out the Swiffer Sweep & Trap in our home, and the key word here most certainly is trap.  The kids are actually able to initiate clean-up without their well-intentioned efforts ending up all over the place (goodbye dust-pan!).

I received a gift bag at the event.  Images 3-5 are via Diane Bondareff Photography.  Opinions, as always, are my own.

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