Monday, September 28, 2015

Huggies Helps Baby Stay on The Move #SetBabyFree


It feels like Scarlett's been on the move for some time now, but she's only been really crawling since July.  She actually learned to crawl from my cellphone actually.  Scarlett's so in love with it and will do whatever she can to grab it! Those two months have brought her more independence than she knows what to do with.  She can crawl to any toy or object she wants, and she pulls herself up on furniture too.  She'll be 10 months old soon and she's into everything! The joy of movement is thrilling but also heartbreaking at the same time, since your baby is only a tiny baby for so long! 

Thankfully, the one constant diaper brand in her life is Huggies.  I can count on Huggies Little Movers diapers to provide an outstanding fit, grip, and wetness protection so Scarlett can get the most out of every move, walk, roll, and crawl.  Our changing table is always stocked with these diapers.
Stair Climbing Girl.

Lately, Scarlett has been on the move more than ever now.  She recently learned how to crawl up the stairs, and I'm always right behind her to catch her if she falls.  In the beginning she started off only crawling up a few steps, but now she crawls up the 16 steps to our playroom without fail everyday.  A baby can only stay away from toys for so long! I love to watch her do this everyday.  

With a baby on the move, it's important that you make sure your house is baby proofed.  We have gates by all of our stairs, and we have tie locks on certain cabinets.  As Scarlett learns to walk, we'll have to baby proof more areas of our home.  Luckily we don't have sharp glass coffee tables or furniture with sharp edges.  I don't protect her from everything though.  Scarlett needs to fall and get hurt at certain points, it's how she learns and grows and trust me that happens everyday.  

I love anything dangerous!

If you have a baby on the move, I highly recommend Huggies Little Movers diapers.  These diapers absorb wetness on contact thanks to the dry touch liner.  You can count on the double grip strips for comfortable movement and a fit that lasts, as well as a contoured shape for movement.  Every moving baby should be in Little Movers.  

What steps do you take to make sure your house is baby proofed and safe against your little one? Also, when's the first time you noticed your baby on the move? Maybe it was a slow transition or it happened suddenly.  Once baby starts moving, there's no stopping them!


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