Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Huggies Snug & Dry Plus Natural Care Wipes at Target #MC #Sponsored New Target Subscription Program

I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Mom Central for Huggies and Target. I received product samples to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation.

     Most of the time I use cloth diapers with Evan.  I actually exclusively used cloth with him until recently.  Just a couple months ago Evan began going to a preschool class everyday instead of his Nana's house.  Well, the preschool does not allow cloth diapers.  So we needed to find a disposable option for him.  Recently I was given the opportunity to try the Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers and the Huggies Natural Care Wipes.




     Evan and I made a trip up the Target to pick up the diapers and wipes.  When I showed them to Evan he was very excited because he saw Mickey Mouse on the package.  He has recently decided he loves Mickey Mouse.  Target had them for a good price and when I went to check out I received a coupon for my next purchase of Huggies diapers.  I love shopping at Target and making a quick stop for diapers and wipes is so easy there.  I found exactly what I needed and was out again.


     Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers have a SureFit design that provided baby with 12 hours of leakage protection.  They have a flexible waistband to make them more comfortable and easy for baby to move around in.  These diapers fit well and look trim on my little one.  I really like the extended protection for those overnights.  Evan has worn these to bed and has had no problems with leaks at all.

     Evan often prefers to run around without a diaper, many toddlers do.  But when given the choice Evan will pick the Huggies Snug & Dry diapers.  He will come back and let me put one on him.  He loves that Mickey Mouse is on his diapers.  He asks for the Mickey Mouse diapers.


     Since I do mostly cloth diaper, I have mostly used cloth wipes with Evan.  But cloth wipes are not the easiest to take when out and about.  The Natural Care Wipes are a great alternative to the cloth wipes.  They have  thick enough layers to handle just about any mess, while still being gentle on babies skin. I really like how soft and strong they are.  When I picked up the wipes I noticed that the tub is decorative in itself.  The wipes come either in the tubs or refill packs.  I really like how soft these are.  There is so much that wipes can be used for.  I use them all the time for much more then cleaning baby's behind.


     I recently learned that Target is launching a new subscription program for automatic shipments of diapers, wipes, formula, and other household essentials.  I love this idea.  Now I really like shopping at Target, but often there is so much to do and no time.  It is much easier to have a subscription so I know were our next diaper will come from.  One thing I always liked about cloth is that I don't have to run up to the store in the middle of the night because I ran out of diapers.  This new Target program will help to reduce the risk of late night diaper runs.
   
     Check out these great coupons for Huggies Snug & Dry diapers and Huggies Natural Care wipes.

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I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Mom Central for Huggies and Target. I received product samples to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation.

23 comments:

  1. Thanks for letting me know about the Huggies... For a new mom, I have been interested in cloth diapers.... Would you recommend one brand over another?

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  2. A subscription plan sounds like a great idea. I used Huggies when my boys were babies and I was always happy with them.

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  3. New grandbaby on the way. This is something I am looking into now. Thanks

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  4. Choosing the best diapers for your babies will save the mommies time getting up at night.

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  5. Twelve hours is a good long time of protection. They're great! Also, I love that new subscription service from Target!

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  6. With my first I couldn't use anything but Huggies because he would leak through everything else. I'll be interested to know if that's the case with this one too.

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  7. I didn't know that Target had a subscription program. That seems like a very convenient way to get diapers without having to lug them home from the store!

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  8. My girls grew up on Huggies diapers. No other brand compares.

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  9. My kids wore Huggies. They were the best diaper brand!

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  10. I love Target! I think a subscription service is a really great idea, especially for new parents!

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  11. Aw how cute! I always used Huggies for my daughter when she was little!

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  12. We used Huggies when the kids were little. I like that the wipes are so thick and durable.

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  13. I love me some Target...and Huggies was my go to brand when the kids were little

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  14. I like Target, and I like Huggies. :) I didn't know preschools didn't take cloth diapers, but I guess I can understand.

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  15. Wow, the subscription plan would be perfect for busy families! They could always have a stock of Huggies handy!

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  16. Interesting to learn preschools do not allow cloth diapers! Huggies is such a reputable brand!

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  17. We just bought a pack! We love their prices too.

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  18. Adorable photos. We are long out of diapers but the subscription problem sounds great for those who are busy and in need of diapers!

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  19. I love Huggies diapers and wipes. We are out of diapers now but we still use wipes.

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  20. A subscription program at Target makes total sense. We spend so much there, it's crazy.

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  21. I used Huggies when my son was a baby. They were awesome. I never had ONE accident.

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  22. That subscription service sounds really helpful! I love shopping at Target, but this would save time.

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  23. That is cool that target is launching a subscription program. So many new things since my daughter was in diapers.

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