Diapers are necessary for babies.  Diapers keep babies clean, dry and healthy.   And 1 in 3 US families struggle with buying enough diapers, according to a recent study by Huggies and the National Diaper Bank Network.

Huggies and Kroger have teamed up to help these families by donating up to 1 million diapers to the National Diaper Bank Network, a nationwide nonprofit dedicated to helping meet the basic needs of all babies and their families.

Since 2011, Huggies has partnered with the National Diaper Bank Network through its No Baby Unhugged program to provide ongoing support for the organization, this includes donating 200 million diapers and wipes, including critical donations during times of crisis.

Huggies and Kroger have inspired me to  teach my sweet babies about helping others.  It’s so easy to raise children who want to help others.  I’m starting simple with these easy ideas.

Teaching my children to share and take turns.
Volunteer with my children, model good behavior.
Donating used toys and clothing with my children.
Talking about ways to help others with them.
Writing thank you cards.

Raising kind children that will become kind adults is one of my main parenting goals.  One study performed by the Greater Good Science Center found that kids as young as 18 months could master a key component of empathy: the ability to tune in to people’s emotions.

We love Huggies and have been using them since the babies were born.  We encourage you to buy Huggies at Kroger for your diaper needs to help others in need!

From November 8-December 5, when Kroger shoppers BUY Huggies® Diapers, 1 Big Pack or 2 Jumbo Packs, they GET a FREE pack of wipes and help Huggies® will also donate a day’s worth of diapers (up to 1MM) to the National Diaper Bank Network.

 

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“No one has ever become poor by giving.”  Anne Frank