After becoming a cloth diaper drop out, we started using an expensive "eco-friendly"disposable diaper but we experienced a lot of leaks. You may remember it was Huggies that solved our night time leak issue we were experiencing last Fall.
Now that we tried out Huggies Snug & Dry, with SureFit leak lock protection, we haven't experienced a leak yet.
Ashlynn loves getting to wear a diaper with Mickey Mouse, as opposed to the plain brown diapers I previously insisted upon despite ending up with the occasional pair of wet pants. And naturally, the first thing she noticed when we were bringing in the groceries was the tiny Mickey Mouse on the box.
Moth to a flame!
One thing Huggies is doing that I really stand behind is their Every Little Bottom initiative. Since 2010, Huggies has partnered with local and national organizations to build awareness for babies in need. Additionally, they have donated over 60 million diapers to date!
You can learn about the Every Little Bottom by visiting the Huggies® Challenge website. While there are many reasons for children to be in need of diapers, I am reminded of Hurricane Sandy and the damage it caused to my hometown at the Jersey Shore. And although we were safely unaffected here outside of Philadelphia, I immediately gathered supplies from families in our neighborhood to donate back home to the makeshift shelters that were helping residents. Amongst the piles of clothing and non-perishable food items, I urged all the moms to donate diapers, wipes, and formula as babies were in need, many families were without power and living in temporary housing without being able to access these necessities from their damaged homes.
However, it shouldn't have to take a natural disaster or holiday season for us to be reminded to donate to those in need. There are families in every community who are struggling to provide for their babies. I was inspired by this initiative to go through our pantry and linen closet and donate not only some non-perishable foods, but baby formula, pedialyte, food pouches, and after that we swung by the store to grab Huggies diapers and wipes!
From raising neighborhood or company donations to just playing some online games, it does not matter how big or small your effort is, just that we be reminded to give back and help those around us!