After having 3 kids, I feel like I have tested and tried all diapers and one of our favorites is Huggies. My oldest is 7 and my youngest is 7 months old, so I have basically been using diapers for the past 7 years. I am constantly asked by other moms what brand I recommend and I always say Huggies. Have you tried the Huggies Snug and Dry Ultra Diapers yet? Those are my latest favorite diapers from Huggies. Huggies Snug and Dry Ultra Diapers offer long-lasting leakage protection and they fit babies from newborn to 35 lbs. They have this new quilted design for extra comfort and absorption. My daughter moves so much, but we haven’t had any leaks with them and we love them!
Have you heard about Huggies and Walmart’s #UltraHug “Spread the Love” Campaign? They want to give a community project a $2,000 grant. They are asking moms everywhere to post an #UltraHug selfie on Twitter or Instagram and nominate a community project that can use some love. You can choose a local park, rec-center, or any cause that could benefit from this. It’s so simple, just post a selfie with your baby and use the hashtag #UltraHug. Here’s the selfie I posted:
I am nominating Canines with a Cause. Dogs make amazing companions and they can also be therapeutic. Canines with a Cause rescue dogs from kill shelters and then they use prison inmates as a means to train and then the dogs are given to veterans with PTSD. By rescuing dogs from kill shelters and using prison inmates, they are essentially saving three lives: the veteran, the dog, and the inmate. We are huge dog lovers and we have friends and family who are veterans and we know how traumatic PTSD can be. I think Canines with a Cause are amazing and I love that they save dogs from kill shelters and give them a new purpose in life. This grant would really help them to continue to save lives and make a difference.
What local community project are you going to nominate? The campaign ends June 25th, so start spreading the love and share your #UltraHug selfie of you and your baby today. Get more information here.