Huddle Up with Huggies – No Baby Unhugged
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We often take for granted the basic necessities new parents need for their newborns. It is a shocking statistic that one-in-three U.S families struggle with their diaper need. It’s easy to see how the lack of sufficient supply of diapers to keep one’s baby or toddler clean, dry and healthy can negatively impact the child’s well-being.
This is why as a mother of two I am onboard with Huggies and The San Francisco 49ers to promote the “Huddle Up” for The Bay Area’s Biggest Diaper Drive.
There is no better time to be part of something positive. An act that gives back and supports. Having children of my own makes me more sensitive to children in need. It is inspiring to be a part of a kind movement and get you my followers on board.
Thankfully, the Huggies Brand and the 49ers are making it easy to participate in this positive gesture. Basically, you can find the diapers in almost any major retailer. You can donate the diapers during the 12/17 San Francisco 49ers game at the No Baby Unhugged donation bin at Levi’s Stadiums Faithful Mile presented by Global Syn-Turf from 10:25 a.m. to 1:25 p.m.. Or you can donate at No Baby Unhugged Amazon registry.
It is amazing how many diapers you go through on a daily basis. The sheer thought of not having enough supplies makes me heartbroken. I love the comfort and support Huggies provide for Kai. Especially now that he is to crawl any minute. I need him in something that supports the active baby he is showing us to be.
Remember, “Huddle-Up” for the Bay Area’s Biggest Diaper Drive benefits the National Diaper Bank Network. It not only helps families with day-to-day diaper needs, but also supports families during the time of crisis. Not having to worry about a basic need, such as diapers, becomes a lot more important than we may think.
As the founding sponsor of the National Diaper Bank Network since 2011, Huggies No Baby Unhugged is providing ongoing support for the organization and donating more than 200 million diapers and baby wipes, including critical donations during these times of crisis.
Another reason I want to share this post is to represent my city’s team and this generous act. My husband is a lifelong 49ers fan, but do not ask him to change a diaper during the game! He is a pro at it at all other times of the day. Now that Kai is here, he is so happy to have a little man to watch the games with and raise a new Niners fan.
The Holidays is a wonderful time to slow down, reflect and appreciate what we have. As I write this I feel huge sense of gratitude towards my life, my beautiful family and you, my followers.
Holiday Blessing to all of you and keep styling,