To say that our little man is always on the go would be a gross understatement. Over the last few months, we have watched him go from fairly mobile to complete and utter chaos. Unless he is sleeping or eating, he literally does not stay still for more than 3 minutes. We decided it was time to switch to a new variety of Huggies to accommodate our Little Mover
Up until now, we have used Huggies Little Snugglers and Little Snugglers Post. I have always loved that variety for how soft the diapers feel and how cozy and snug they fit my little ones. I have always trusted them to provide excellent absorbency with incredible softness.
While we really haven’t had any leaks with our diapers until now, the fit isn’t quite holding up to Cole anymore. With running, climbing, jumping, bending, more climbing, I found I was often finding his diapers bunching up around his legs. It left him more uncomfortable and therefore, needing to be changed more often.
I wanted to switch to a diaper that would keep up with him and move the way he moves. I knew that Huggies Little Movers Plus would be the best choice. These diapers are made from Huggies most absorbent diaper (other than Huggies Overnights, which we also swear by) and still offer an ultra soft, dry to the touch liner. They are also made with a soft, breathable outer cover, making them great for preventing diaper rashes. The feature I really love is the Double Grip Strips, which hold the stretchy waist band together in two places.
Translation – these diapers will move with my mini man, keep him dry and be soft against his little bottom. A winning combination in my books.
We used to buy our Huggies wherever we saw them on sale, but with both Huggies Little Snugglers Plus and Little Movers Plus now exclusively available at Costco, we have found a deal that can’t be beat. The case sizes are huge, meaning we have to buy diapers less frequently. Both diapers come in sizes 1-6 and feature adorable Mickey and Friends designs.
Disclosure: I am part of the Huggies Ambassador Campaign with Influence Central and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.