Huggies® Diapers, Baby Wipes & Rewards
Huggies is the only brand I trust, I love the wetness indicator strips. A new mom they really help me keep my son happy, he's only two months old but look at his smile after a fresh huggies. Stevie Na'Chelle Bunce Jul 30, 2014. See All Testimonials.
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Huggies® Baby Diapers for Newborns & Infants
I love these diapers!!!!! I tried pampers on my daughter but she would pee through them and then tried luvs and found out she is allergic to them. Then I tried theses out and they work the best with her. She sleeps through the night in one and doesn't pee though it.
Design Your Own Personalized Baby Diapers - Huggies® Made
Huggies® Made by You™ allows you to design your own baby diapers to create unique, personalized diapers for your new baby. Customize diapers with colorful prints, contemporary patterns, or classic monograms with baby's initials.
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How to Wean Your Toddler Off the Pacifier | HUGGIES®
"We tried everything with my daughter—big girl ceremonies, bribes, sending them off to other babies—and nothing worked. One day, when she wasn’t looking, I cut a tiny slit in each of her pacifiers. After that, they stopped making the desirable sucking noise. She declared them ‘broken’ and threw them away herself."