Anyway I love these Huggies Little Movers Slip-On diapers because my precious little daugther is like two of the babies in the video. She is the runaway train, she is the rolling pin and I’m pretty sure they need to add the kicking Kangaroo. Because that’s what it’s like every time I try to put a diaper on her. I wish I had video taped that because it’s quite the hilarious site watching this otherwise confident bloggerA Blogger’s Book Review Of Get Famous Mom Bloggers Resource That Left Me Humbled. Read more … » trying to tame a little 16 month old. Who knew? I’m sure most of you momsThe Bitcasa Infinite Drive -Why Moms Love It. Read more … » know and are laughing with me right now. So I am really glad to have been asked to write this campaign for Huggies Little Movers Slip On diapers. I’m not just a mom with a campaign I’m truly a fan.
Now it’s your turn. I’d love to invite you to take the Huggies Easy-on Easy-off challenge. And I especially want to say “Thank you Huggies for making this mother’s life just a little easier!”
Huggies® Slip-On® Diapers were made with squirmy babies in mind, providing stretchy sides to let you quickly slip on the diaper for a close, comfy fit and trusted leakage protection. Plus, they have easy open tabs so they are easy to take off, making changing easy for you and your squirmy little one.
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Lisa Cash Hanson
Lisa is the 2012 Huggies Mom Inspired Grant Winner for her baby product the SnuggWugg. She's an international women's business coach via www.LisaCashHanson.com and is the Author of the “Get Famous The Most Amazing Mom Bloggers Resource On The Planet“ & Founder Blogs To Riches Club teaching women how to make money blogging and live an amazing life. Find her on G+ Lisa has been featured on Yahoo!, CNBC The LV Review Journal, named Circle of Mom's Top 25 Mom Tech Blog, Top 25 Mompreneur & Blogtrepreneur's Top 40 Mompreneurs to follow on Twitter. Lisa Cash Hanson