Help Provide Diapers for Families In Need…

As a mother of two toddlers who are twenty-two months apart, I have gone through the never-ending diaper struggle. Diapers are so expensive but they’re needed. I was so excited the day Olivia learned to use the potty and I knew my diaper budget would be cut in half. That’s why tonight I want to share a wonderful cause to help families in need receive Huggies® diapers.

One in Three Families Struggle to Provide Diapers for Their Family…

When I hear the statistic that 1 in 3 families has to worry about how they are going to provide diapers for their child, it makes my heart ache. No parent should have the added anxiety and stress of providing diapers for their child.

I want to bring awareness to a very important partnership. From March 26 through April 29, any purchase of Huggies® diapers at Walgreens or triggers a donation of a day’s worth of diapers to a family in need. With your help, Huggies and Walgreens will donate 1.5 million diapers and 250,000 wipes nationwide to the National Diaper Bank Network (NDBN).

Why We Currently Choose Huggies® As Our Diaper Brand

It’s funny how siblings are so different.  I never tried Huggies® diapers with Olivia because the hospital sent me home with a  different diaper brand and it just worked for us. Well, when James was born he was an extremely active baby.  So the diaper I had relied on in the past just was not working for him. My other huge problem was James is a big nighttime pottier. He would leak through a diaper by the time the morning came, and it was driving me insane. So I did my diaper research and I discovered Huggies® Snug and Dry. We’ve been using Huggies® diapers for almost a year now the diapers stay on James no problem. The most important factor is that James is now waking up without his blankets, clothes, and sheets wet from pee that had leaked through his diaper.


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1 Comment

  1. Such a great cause! Many of my students who a teen moms rely on programs that supply diapers and formula to moms in need. Thanks for shedding light on this important topic!

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