Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Huggies Little Movers Slip On Diapers Review and GIVEAWAY

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We went to Baby E's two month check up yesterday and I was pretty stunned when the nurse said she weighed 15 lbs 12 ounces. I knew that she was big but I didn't think she would weigh that much. Although I should have known since my sister looked at her photo and immediately thought the word "giant." It was all the confirmation Stewart needed to push us past the size 2s and onto the size 3 diapers. So it was perfect timing, I thought, when I was contacted by Huggies to review their recently released new Little Movers Slip-On diaper. Huggies Little Movers Slip-On diaper is the first and only disposable diaper that slides on just like underwear, providing a simple and easy-to-use solution to baby’s kicks, twists and contortions during changing time. The new Slip-On diapers have stretchy sides for quick changes; a close, comfy fit and trusted leakage protection moms know and expect from Huggies diapers; and tear-away sides for quick and clean diaper changes.

The drawback to having a giant baby is that she needs size 3 diapers when she still doesn't move much. So the effort in diaper changing with the Little Movers Slip-On diaper wasn't altogether different from using a regular diaper. The diaper did fit very nicely, though, and I learned that Baby E definitely needs size 3s! The good thing about having a lot of friends with babies is that I knew an 8 month old who is on the verge of walking, meaning she's very squirmy and doesn't like to stay still for diaper changes. I drove over with the diapers to her house and handed them off to her very appreciative parents. They were able to change the baby's pee diapers while she was standing, which she preferred over having to lie down to get changed.

If you have a little one or know someone who does that might want to try out the Huggies Little Movers Slip-On diapers, here is an opportunity to try them out for free. My generous friends at Huggies will provide one Random Mommy reader with a Huggies Little Movers Slip-On Diaper Prize Package of diapers and a $25 gift card to use at any of the following stores that carry the new diapers: Jewel-Osco®, Albertsons®,Cub®, Farm Fresh®, SHOP ‘n SAVE®, Shoppers®,Hornbacher’s ®, Lucky® and Shaw’s®.


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I did not receive compensation for this post. I did receive a product sample to facilitate my review.

22 comments:

Mami2jcn said...

I used disposable diapers as a child, but my older brother (10 years older) used cloth diapers.

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Elena said...

I used cloth diapers as a child.

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Dahlia Karch said...

so are these things like pull-ups but for littler guys? I didn't think of pulling 16m old Jman in pull-ups but something with less wrestling would be cool. BTW, he JUST moved up to size 4. your gal is going to smoosh my guy in sumo.

Elsa said...

I used cloth diapers as a kid...when DID disposable diapers come into use?
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Anonymous said...

I used cloth diapers as a child!
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heathergothitched said...

My mom used the cloth diapers on me as a baby (she loved seeing all the white diapers flowing in the breeze on our clothesline!) and tried to get me to do the same but there was no way I was going to touch any more poop than I had too! Sorry earth!

Love always,
Heather

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Deb T. said...

used cloth diapers all the way...but think my mom didn't really know how to work them that well. lots of diaper rash!

Anonymous said...

I used cloth diapers as a kid.

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Anonymous said...

used disposable. you know, with the 4 of us.

Unknown said...

used cloth as child.

Gleester said...

I used disposable, but I remember having cloth diapers around for some reason.

Amy Anderson said...

I have NO idea! I'll have to ask my mom - but I'm pretty sure I wore disposable. Being the youngest of 4 though, I think my brothers all wore cloth. And look how much better I turned out than them...

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