I’m pleased to announce that I’m an ambassador for Huggies now!
Let me tell you something – I love Huggies! and no, they didn’t pay me to say that. That’s coming straight from this mom who has tried many, many diapers over the years. We’ve done everything from organic to cloth to store brands to name brands. I have four children and that means I’ve changed a whole lot of diapers. But Huggies is the one diaper that consistently works for us.
Right now, I have one in diapers full time and another still wearing diapers at night time. Here’s the way I look at it: I have enough messes to clean up every day without factoring in poop blow-out’s up my toddler’s back or extra laundry because his diaper leaked at night. Is Huggies 100% leakproof? No. But I can count on one hand the number of leaks we’ve had with Huggies over the past few months versus the many leaks we’ve have with others. The odds are in my favor with Huggies.
Did you know that Huggies Snug & Dry diapers are now new and improved? With improved Leak Lock, these diapers pull wetness in and lock it away better than ever. Add that to the SnugFit waistband, unique Grip Tabs for a secure fit, and stopping guards around the legs and waist to keep wetness in, and you have a diaper with long-lasting protection.
Huggies has passed my test for a reliable diaper time and time again. For one, I love the elastic fit. This diaper really moves with my little ones, allowing them to do what they need to do, while holding in their business no matter what’s going on. Whether it’s a newborn with those runny poops that like to go straight up their back or an active toddler climbing like a little monkey, Huggies diapers has it covered.
When we made the 15 hour drive to Ohio last month, I knew I could count on Huggies during the very long car ride. I didn’t have to worry about nasty blow-outs or soaked clothing. When Luke had a yucky diaper, his Huggies Snug & Dry diaper held it in until we could stop and change him. Now that’s a test!
Have you tried the improved Huggies Snug & Dry diapers? If you haven’t, I encourage you to give them a try.