This post was sponsored by Huggies as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
Do you volunteer at a nonprofit organization or donate holiday gifts to less fortunate families?
I want to encourage you to find a way for you and your family to give back this season. There are endless opportunities throughout our communities to help those in need. You really don’t have to look far!
Our little Miss E loves babies and we saw an opportunity to include her on something she could relate to, diapers! Which I think is so important to get your whole family involved, because after all more is caught than taught, right? When we went to Dollar General last week we picked up a pack of Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers for her and one for a wee little one to gift to.
Across our nation from now through December 31, 2017 Huggies and Dollar General care about helping families in need. For every pack of Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers purchased at Dollar General , Huggies will donate a day’s worth of diapers (up to 500,000) and Dollar General will donate $1 (up to $5,000) to the National Diaper Bank Network (NDBN) as part of the Huggies No Baby Unhugged program. So we saw it quite fitting to snag an extra pack of the Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers along the way for us to give to someone we knew with a wee little one.
We came home and wrapped up the extra pack of Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers. Our little Miss E was thrilled! She exclaimed to her daddy- “this is for cute baby”! She had a blast helping me wrap and tape up the present! Oh the joy to be seen through the eyes of a little one.
Something I learned along the way through this program was the meaning of the phrase “diaper need”. According to a recent study from the National Diaper Bank Network and Huggies, one-in-three U.S. families struggle with diaper need meaning the struggle to provide enough diapers to keep a baby or toddler clean, dry and healthy, that was quite shocking, honestly.
Something I learned along the way through this program was the meaning of the phrase “diaper need”. One-in-three U.S. families struggle with diaper need meaning the struggle to provide enough diapers to keep a baby or toddler clean, dry and healthy, that was quite shocking, honestly.
How will you and your family get involved and give back this Christmas season?
Hi I’m Erin a Southern mama from South Mississippi, owner and chief editor of Sixth Bloom a blog helping mom-tographers capture their kiddos and life, talking all things home, parenting and how we navigate through life. You will find me living life to the fullest with my mister (aka husband) and our little two year old, Miss E, in our 500+ sq foot cottage as we build our dream house on our two acres! We are blessed beyond measure, love to travel, involved in ministry at our church and in between all of that we run two successful businesses together!