*This post is sponsored by Huggies.
In this house, we love uninterrupted family time.
We were so excited for my parents to visit last week, for example. We all had the chance to sit down and ice gingerbread cookies together for what felt like hours. I honestly got teary eyed, it was so special.
Three generations, bonding and baking together, with no interruptions. My son was so proud icing the pieces “all by himself.”
And I know he was happy to be dry during our cookie frosting family activity. He is all about playing longer and staying dry which helps this Momma’s heart.
I’m grateful for this precious time.
To ensure we can have family time like this past weekend, we’ve been using Huggies Snug and Dry Diapers with their trusted Leak Lock System that offers 12-hour protection and keeps him feeling dry.
It’s been great. No leaks and complete peace of mind.
And, of course, he’s a big fan of the adorable Mickey Mouse design.
In fact, the quick-absorbing triple layer protection gives him the confidence to enjoy all his daily adventures for as long as he wants.
It is great to be together as a family and not have to worry about stopping our family activity to change a diaper. It is a game changer when we can be playing together for an extended period of time, especially when there are cookies involved!
Huggies believes deeply in the Power of Hugs. The simple, loving act is proven to support babies’ emotional and physiological well-being. Huggies diapers and wipes are inspired by a parent’s hug, – to nurture baby with care, cradle baby in comfort and surround baby in protection. Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers absorb quickly to help stop leaks and offer up to 12 hours of long-lasting leakage protection to help keep baby dry throughout all his daily adventures. Learn more at Huggies.com #HuggiesCouncil
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