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Mighty Miracle Mist ~ Say It ~ Then Spray It ~ A Review


My faithful readers know I keep singing the praises of Twitter and all the wonderful, resourceful Mompreneurs and Mommy Bloggers that I’ve met through that new Social Media phenomena. I’ve also made some terrific contacts through the other social networking sites I belong to.

Dara Blaker, President of Helpful Hallie’s has contacted me to review a new product called Mighty Miracle Mist.

When my youngest daughter was a toddler, her bedroom was over the garage. We live in an old New England town, and our house has quite a bit of … character. Each night in order to get Pumpkin to get to sleep, we had to spray the half closets with “closet monster spray.” I guess we were ahead of the curve ~ even then!

Mighty Miracle Mist takes that thought one step further, and improves on it by offering a product that:

…[P]uts the principal of redirection into action. Redirection means, “to send in a new direction or course.” When working with children, instead of always saying “No” or “Don’t Do That or offering a threat of punishment, children are given an instruction in order to change their behavior pattern.

Children can be positively redirected to behave appropriately using Mighty Miracle Mist.

I received four 2-oz. Spray bottles entitled “Good Thinking & Pay Attention; Good Night; Cooperation & Sharing and; Kind Voice & Good Manners.”

Each bottle has a different color identifier, adorned with a cute Teddy Bear.

Ingredients are identified as: Purified Water, Safe and Non-Toxic Plastic Confetti. One can see the plastic confetti in the bottle which makes it look attractive.  Instructions caution to “spray the air, not the child” to reinforce the expected behavior.  However, once sprayed in the air, we weren’t able to see the confetti, but mentioned it was like “fairy dust, and magical.”

The product is recommended for children ages 3-6.

Made in the U.S.A.

The product is useful for for parents, teachers, homeschooling and caregivers ~ as a Grandmom, that means me too!

Visit Mighty Miracle Mist for more information.

Moomettesgram’s Musings is hosting a Giveaway Contest!  For a chance to win Mighty Miracle Mist:

Leave a Comment on this post after visiting Mighty Miracle Mist and let me know why you’d like to win Mighty Miracle Mist.

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Make sure you comment separately for each task after the required entry task so you will get credit for each one ~ and leave your e-mail where you can be contacted.

This contest will run until November 26 at approximately 11:00 pm.  Winners to be chosen at random. US & Canada Residents only.


About Cindi Moomettes

New England blogger and influencer from Connecticut and author of the multi-generational Moomettes Magnificents where she writes about Family, Grandparents and Grandchildren, home decor, Crochet, Knitting, DIY, crafts, family travel familiarization trips (FAMs), photography, social media and reviews. You can also find her at Moomettes Crochet Shop for the latest Handmade Fashion trends, Home Decor, Handmade Crochet Wash Cloths & Accessories. For food and recipes visit at her blog Frugal New England Kitchen ***Products and/or companies featured on Moomettes Magnificents may have provided product samples and/or compensation for consideration. All opinions are my own. Posts may contain affiliate links. See also Disclosure***


  1. That sounds like a great product to help ease some of the opposition I get from my son when it’s time to change activities or when we correct him about something.

    BTW, I stopped getting your email updates for awhile (not sure why, I was still subscribed) and I’ve been so busy I forgot to visit without them. They are back now, plus I’m trying to use a feed reader…we’ll see how that goes!

  2. My nieces and nephews could really use the Good Night Spray. Anything to help get them in bed.

  3. I would love the chance at this as Kelsie is about to turn two and some of our being “independent” means we need a little re-direction sometime.

  4. wow i realy love to try this stuff it looks realy grate thanks

  5. I would love this because my daughter has been having a tough year in school & I would like to try this instead of her always loosing stars.

  6. I could really use the Kind Voice and Good Manners and the Sharing one. I love your idea of spraying the closets for monsters!

  7. This is an awesome way to redirect and praise children

  8. Oh I would love to give this to my great nephews. Awesome giveaway.

  9. I would love this for my little girl. She is 3-months old, and think it would be cute for when she is a little older

  10. I love this product! My son seems to have a volume control problem & I would love to use the Kind Voice & Good Manners spray with him!

  11. I will try anything to get my kiddos to cooperate! Looks like a great product. Neither of my girls have ever been a good sleeper.

  12. this is a neat product i like how she said spray the room not the kid i have a few i would like to spray my girls have selective hearing maybe this will help them hear a little better

  13. i subscribed thru google reader

  14. I’d love the Good Night spray to help my son with going to bed since his baby sister arrived.

  15. I’ve never heard of anything like that before. I wonder if that would work on my little one? I would love to try any one of those to get my daughter to behave better. What a creative idea.

  16. Found your contest on Twitter! As a first grade teacher and mom of a 5 and 7 year old, I’d LOVE love love love to win this! I could put it to good use for lots of children! Thanks for sharing this!

    Christi’s last blog post..Not the greatest news today

  17. I would love to win this because I have a son who has extreme anxiety about sleeping alone and has not slept alone in 7 years. We have tried everything we can and maybe this would work.

  18. we really NEED this…I don’t know WHAT is going on with my 5yo, but she’s having problems listening and paying attention in school and is still having accidents sometimes…and I could use the Kind Voice myself, lol!

  19. retweeted @fabrichound

  20. Wow. I prefer to raise my children with good old fashioned parenting. No smoke and mirrors here. Spray the closet for monsters every night and your child owns you. Tend to their emotional needs, but do not let them run all over you. Children play games and one of them is all about getting you to do what they want you to do. You are supposed to spray the child as a reward? Why not get one of those little treat sacks that dog trainers wear on their belts and throw your kid M&Ms every 2 minutes as they sucessfully navigate thru life. That will turn them into sucessful adults, I just know it will!

    Rebecca Miller’s last blog post..Can I play?

  21. Rebecca ~ thank you for visiting my blog and taking the time to comment. FYI, my daughter is now 21, and doesn’t own me. My husband and I sprayed the closet for “monsters” for a very limited time. She comes from a loving home, and has grown up to be a beautiful, well adjusted person, and will be gradutating college in 2009-on track, in 4 years. I think we’ve done a wonderful job of parenting, as she’s never given us an ounce of trouble. Apparently we tended to her emotional needs, just fine, thank you.

    cindi’s last blog post..Mighty Miracle Mist ~ Say It ~ Then Spray It ~ A Review

  22. I am struggling to find out how to deal with my 19-mo-old’s “misbehaviors” and am always looking for ideas. I’d love to try this! And scents are always wonderful learning opportunities, too.

    Mozi Esmes Mommy’s last blog post..Fabulous Five

  23. I could really use the Goodnight spray for my grandkids. Thank you so much!

  24. I just subscribed through Google reader.

  25. I think this would be a lot of fun for my 5-year-old niece, who I take care of during the day! SHe is very active and has some behavioral problems. Using this spray would be such a fun way to get her to focus on her behavior! ANd the bedtime spray would make bed time a little more fun for her!

    Nicki’s last blog post..Christmas Giveways at 5 Minutes For Mom!

  26. I also Twittered about this contest… my screen name on Twitter is AngelNicki.

    Nicki’s last blog post..Christmas Giveways at 5 Minutes For Mom!

  27. I subscribed via my Google Reader!

    Nicki’s last blog post..Christmas Giveways at 5 Minutes For Mom!

  28. I just read Rebecca’s comment and I wanted to add that I disagree! I think every child needs a little magic in their life! Things like using this spray, or spraying the closet for monsters, are not about spritzing a child as a reward for good behavior, but about using a positive, playful way to remind the child of good behavior! Yes, saying “Do this or else, cause I’m the adult,” might also work for many kids… but there’s no harm in making life a little more fun!

    Nicki’s last blog post..Christmas Giveways at 5 Minutes For Mom!

  29. wow i love to win this and i be happy to try all of them who knows maybe it will will change some ones behaver

  30. I subscribed.

  31. I would really like to spray Cooperation and Sharing on my two youngest daughters. Even my teenage daughter. :)

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