Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. Click here.I'm working with Huggies Snug and Dry Ultra to make the world a better place. Diapers are a necessity for babies. As parents, we know this. Often, we groan about the cost of diapers and the need to purchase diapers … [Read more...] about How Huggies Snug and Dry Ultra Can Make a Difference in the Lives of Impoverished Children (sponsored)
10 Things You Need For The Perfect Car Emergency Bag for Kids
Let me be clear: this is not an emergency bag for traditional emergencies like car accidents, heart attacks, or other medical emergencies. This is an emergency bag for your kids who are still in diapers or otherwise still a walking time bomb for wardrobe disasters and epic moody … [Read more...] about 10 Things You Need For The Perfect Car Emergency Bag for Kids
How Huggies Snug N Dry Ultra Wants #UltraHug to Help Your Community – Sponsored Post
When I heard from Huggies Diapers, I will admit I was reluctant to reply. In the past, Huggies diapers have let me down and leaked on more than one occasion. But Huggies Snug N Dry Ultra diapers have been redesigned for a better, more absorbent fit, so I decided to give Huggies a … [Read more...] about How Huggies Snug N Dry Ultra Wants #UltraHug to Help Your Community – Sponsored Post
The Neutrogena Naturals #WipeForWater Challenge – Sponsored
Yesterday, I received my latest VoxBox from Influenster containing a package of Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Makeup Remover Cleansing Wipes. In my box was a little card explaining the #WipeForWater challenge, and I'm so excited to get started.What's #WipeForWater? … [Read more...] about The Neutrogena Naturals #WipeForWater Challenge – Sponsored
What If We Stopped Calling Every Disagreement a “Mommy War”?
The "mommy wars": we've all heard of those. Even the childless know about the "mommy wars", but in case you've been living in a cardboard box for the last decade or so, the "mommy wars" are, in short, what any strong disagreement or difference of opinion is called among adult … [Read more...] about What If We Stopped Calling Every Disagreement a “Mommy War”?