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Every Little Bottom Deserves a Diaper #HuggiesTester

*This post is sponsored by Huggies, but my love of their Snug & Dry diapers is all my own!

Join the Huggies Challenge-- For every challenge you complete, Huggies donates diapers to kids in need! #HuggiesTester

We have spent the last 4 years with diapers. Lots and lots of diapers, between the 3 kids. Miss Magoo was 18 months when Little Man was born, so we had two in diapers then. And now Little Man doesn’t want to potty train (“I will tomorrow, Mom,” he tells me every day), so we’ve got two in diapers again.

With 2 kids in diapers right now, I’ve tried the no-name brand diapers, thinking it would save us money, but often the diapers leaked, and they just didn’t hold wetness as well.  Plus, they didn’t seem to fit as well– in fact, one brand seemed almost like it was bullet-proof, it was so stiff!

One area where I’ve felt really frustrated with other diapers is nap time and overnight.  I was getting so tired of finding a wet Baby Girl after nap time every day.  I don’t know about you, but I only have a couple crib sheets, so it’s a pain when they’re getting wet each day.  Add on the extra baby clothes, and I was getting a bit crazy from all the extra laundry, since I’ve been having a hard time keeping up with laundry anyway!


I took the Huggies Real Life Challenge and tested Huggies Snug & Dry diapers to see if they would hold up better overnight and through nap time.  So far, we haven’t had a wet crib or bed with Huggies! And that’s saying something, because especially with Little Man, those diapers are definitely full when he gets up, but still no leaks!

Join the Huggies Challenge-- For every challenge you complete, Huggies donates diapers to kids in need! #HuggiesTester

Huggies Snug & Dry has recently released a new feature: SureFit* Design, which includes the SureFit* Waistband, making the diapers fit better, and to stay secure and snug with baby’s twists and turns. Sure Fit* Design offers up to 12 hours of leak-free protection, which makes Huggies Snug & Dry diapers a must-have for overnight!

Huggies SureFit

If you haven’t tried Huggies Snug & Dry diapers before, or it’s been a long time since you have, you should definitely put Huggies to the test! They have been improved with the SureFit* Design, they’re softer, and they’re just an overall great diaper.

Join the Huggies Challenge-- For every challenge you complete, Huggies donates diapers to kids in need! #HuggiesTester

Sign up today at the Huggies Challenge, where you can complete challenges and play games for chances to win prizes, including diapers and wipes for a year!

Best of all, for every challenge you complete, Huggies will donate diapers to a child in need, through the Huggies Every Little Bottom program! 

Huggies Challenge Game-- For every challenge you complete, Huggies donates diapers to kids in need! #HuggiesTester

This is my submission at the Huggies Challenge for one of the Great Baby Race Challenge.
You don’t have to include pictures to get entries for their prizes or to have diapers donated.

I love that Huggies is a brand that’s giving to those in need!  So please take just a moment today and sign up for the Huggies Challenge!  You’ll be supporting a very good cause!

Huggies Snug & Dry diapers are available in sizes 1-6.
Suggested retail price of $9.99 for a Jumbo Pack and $19.99 for a Big Pack (diaper count varies based on diaper size).
Available nationwide at retail outlets where diapers are sold.

Do your kids have overnight or naptime accidents? 
Are you willing to sign up for the Huggies Challenge to help donate diapers?


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Monday 19th of May 2014

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Carissa Pelletier

Monday 3rd of March 2014

Hmm, little girl is no where near out of diapers yet, but drinking more before bedtime. It looks like we will have to check out Huggies again!

Rilla Heslin

Thursday 27th of February 2014

My kids and now grandchild are beyond Huggies. However, I did want to mention that if it wasn't for Huggies, I don't know what I would have done with my babies. My oldest child, now in his 40yrs, was so very allergic to everything I tried, including cloth diapers. He was and is a severe asthmatic. I tried diaper services, hypo allergenic washes, and paper diapers, nothing worked. Then I tried Huggies, and he had "NO" reaction. I stayed with Huggies with my next three children. When my daughter had her first baby, now 4yrs, the hospital put her in Pampers ... she reacted within ten minutes. Her bottom turned bright red and she started to blister. My husband immediately went out and bought a package of Huggies, and Destine. Problem solved.

Thank you so much for Huggies and however they are made, they have been the ONLY diaper this family has been able to use for two generations.


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Jamie H

Sunday 2nd of March 2014

Wow, Rilla, I'm so glad that Huggies worked so well for you. I bet that was so hard to see your baby go through such bad reactions! Our hospital uses Pampers as well, and with my first I couldn't figure out why my eyes got super itchy and I got terrible headaches, until I suddenly realized it was because they are so strongly scented! After switching to Huggies, all those symptoms disappeared.


Tuesday 25th of February 2014

We used Huggies back in the day and loved them. I remember the frustration of having a constantly wet crib. Glad to read Huggies are still reliable.

Jamie H

Tuesday 25th of February 2014

It's great that Huggies has such a record of making reliable diapers! Thanks for stopping by, Lydia!

danita Carr

Tuesday 25th of February 2014

We're WAY beyond the diaper years but I loved Huggies when we needed them! Great post...and the cute baby doesn't hurt either!

Jamie H

Tuesday 25th of February 2014

I look forward to getting past the diaper years, but in the meantime I'm glad to use Huggies! And thanks, we sure this Baby Girl is adorable! :)