Good Things Come In Threes

September 7, 2017

They say that all good things come in threes. I certainly believe this when it comes to my children. Each one with their own personality, their own sparkle, their own superpower. Roo is my high maintenance child, said in a joking manner. We share such a similar personality that the things that I find annoying in her are the same things in my personality that annoy others. So in some ways, I am getting a glimpse of myself when I look at her. That being said she is so very helpful and is always looking for ways to get involved whether it is at home or at school.

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Tigger is the fussy one, although he prefers to be called smart as he wears glasses. Whilst he has an amazing wit to him, he can be reserved to those he is unsure of. Cautious when it comes to trying new things, however, once he has conquered his fear there is no stopping him. Possibly the one that I feel most nervous about trying something daring.

And then there is Piglet, my wild child. She is the one that keeps me on my toes, the one that produces more washing than anyone else in the house. The one that is constantly pushing the boundaries and seeing just how much she can do on her own. I have to have eyes in the back of my head and spend the day second-guessing her next move.

Of course, I wouldn’t have any of them any other way. They are my little trio and my band of musketeers. The summer holidays have arrived. Time for days filled with mud, sweat, and sunscreen – I bet the conjures up a wonderful image for you. Although with the weather playing up I suspect there will be more muddy puddles to jump in than sunscreen being applied. Either way, my wash basket will still fill up with dirty laundry and I will be endeavouring to tackle the stains my children have managed to embed and the smells that go with them.

Good Things Come In Threes – Persil Powergems

Persil understands the power of three and has released a new laundry detergent harnessing three powers.

The new Persil Powergems offers a revolutionary and unique laundry experience. Ten years of research and development has contributed towards this game changing detergent, which comes in a distinctive gem format. It is thanks to this format that Persil Powergems is able to provide the triple action power of stain removal, care and long-lasting freshness in one small concentrated dose.

Stain Removal

Persil Powergems are packed with more stain removal power to help tackle stubborn stains; they contain two and a half times more cleaning agents for oil and grease based stains and eight times more fabric shielding molecules to ensure the ultimate all-round performance for your clothes.


Persil Bio Powergems uses fragrance release technology to provide an enhanced fragrance experience. This technology allows the unique and fragrant notes of Persil Powergems to remain on the fabric for longer. As movement is made, bursts of the fragrance will be released to give you longer lasting freshness with every wash.


The unique format of Persil Powergems is free from ingredients which can leave residue on the fabric. This allows the product to care deeply for your clothes, helping them to stay as good as new for longer. An additional caring benefit is that Persil Powergems will help to both retain the bright colours of your clothes and keep your darks dark.

Whilst our days may well be filled with mud, sweat, and sunscreen this summer at least I know that Persil Powergems will be giving me a helping hand clearing up after my trio. With my children making memories with each new adventure we go on, the trio power from Persil Powergems are able to tackle all the things that they throw at their clothes. Between tackling the stains from the mud and sunscreen and the sweating smells from running around. All whilst caring for the clothes that need to be soft and gentle against their delicate skin.

Collaborative Article

  • Rhian Westbury September 8, 2017 at 1:11 pm

    I agree that good things come in threes and it’s so cute how close your three look together x

  • Karen September 8, 2017 at 2:26 pm

    I think good things definitely come in threes and I need to invest in some of this washing product before my son starts football and brings dirty and muddy stuff home twice a week!

  • Jacinta September 8, 2017 at 10:07 pm

    Good things definitely come in threes. My eldest and I are the same as you and your girl. So many characteristics of hers are totally mine.

  • Vicky September 9, 2017 at 1:27 am

    They look lovely. Can’t wait to see what sort of personality my little one develops. Bet he’ll take all my not-so-good traits ha!

  • Jenni September 9, 2017 at 8:04 am

    My two boys are very different too – one is quite quiet and introverted, the other is a bit of a wild child.

  • Toni September 9, 2017 at 2:05 pm

    My boys are total opposites in some ways but completely alike in others. Definitely nature over nurture with my two, lol

  • Anosa September 9, 2017 at 2:42 pm

    I love how you describes your kids. I hope to see my kids like them in the future too. I would love to have characteristics combined from my future hubby and myself of course.

  • Jayne September 10, 2017 at 11:49 am

    We love Persil laundry detergent in our house. We will definitely be trying out their new products.
    (hubby helping out)

  • Sarah Burns September 11, 2017 at 10:52 pm

    I have three too. eldest is quite reserved but logical. middle is caring and has a wild streak and my third is only 14 months but is a mix of his older siblings x

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