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Help @Huggies Give Back! + *Sponsored Giveaway



As Huggies approaches 1 Million Fans on Facebook, they are trading parenting advice for diapers, to help celebrate! For every piece of advice submitted on the Huggies Facebook photo HERE, Huggies will donate a diaper to a baby in need.

My parenting advice? It's pretty simple:

1. Cherish EVERY moment you have with your children. As cliche as it may sound - it really DOES go by so fast. It may not seem like it in the moment {especially in the messy/overtired moments} but they really do grow up in the blink of an eye! 

2. Let them get messy! In my earliest years of parenting  I was over concerned with my children's appearance. Fact is they're kids. They're only kids once - so let them enjoy it! Let them roll down the hill - even if it does leave grass stains on every inch of their shirt! Let them paint something wonderful and creative with reckless abandon! THAT'S WHAT THE WASHING MACHINE IS FOR! Scrap what other people think and remember that these are the moments that they will remember and thank you for.

3.Give your children your undivided attention. I know that life can get hectic and we all have busy schedules - but giving our children our undivided attention each and every day is necessary. Even if it's just for an hour or two - unplug from technology [no cell phone, computer etc. ] and just spend time with each other. It's so important for them to know, that they are important.

Do you have some words of parenting wisdom to share? Now is the time! Share it over on the Huggies Facebook page and make a difference! For each piece of advice submitted on their page Huggies will donate a diaper to a baby in need.
Huggies is very generously offering (1) One Savvy Mom Reader a prize pack that includes:
(1) Skip Hop Dash Onyx Diaper Bag [pictured above -RV $64] and a ONE MONTH SUPPLY of Huggies Little Snugglers Diapers [RV $80]! Disclosure* - Prizing Provided by Huggies 

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19 comments:

  1. Ask for help when needed.

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  2. Rest when your baby naps. You will need it.

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  3. Cherish EVERY moment!!!

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  4. Realize that you cannot control everything, so just do the best you can; there's no such thing as perfection, and kids, even babies, are their own people with their own ideas of what they want and when. Try to let go and enjoy it as much as you can.

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  5. My parenting advice is to savor every moment. It goes by TOO fast

    Nathansmommy619(At)aol(dot)com

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  6. great communication is important, at all ages.

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  7. Put all technology down and play with your child. They grow up fast! jj250@aol.com

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    1. Take your child to lots of new places!

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  8. Enjoy every single moment with your children! They grow up solo fast...

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  9. be firm and let the cry it out to get the to sleep in their own crib

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  10. take time to enjoy the little things. everything doesnt have to be perfect all the time. play with your baby on the floor or do the dishes? eh. the dishes can wait.
    *kelly
    kelly-tillotson@hotmail.com

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  11. Listen to cues from your child and don't worry (too much) about milestones. He/she will do things when they are ready.

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  12. My advice would be, follow your instinct... just because something worked best for another mother and her baby doesn't mean it'll work best for you!

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  13. keep the same rules for all kids so kids all feel equal to the next.

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  14. my advice is pack extra clothes and diapers/wipes when leaving the house you never know when they will need changing

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  15. Enjoy every moment! It flys by so quickly!

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  16. take it one day at a time. Every baby/child is different and take each piece of advice with a grain of salt do what works for you :)

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  17. Let your kids play often soon they will be adults and have to work!

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