As a mother of three, I already have my hands full. Now that my two-year-old son is a full-blown toddler who seems to have an endless supply of energy. He has got to be the most active and adventurous child on earth, and That’s no exaggeration. He’s on the go, go, go from morning until night and Huggies Little Movers helps keeps him moving.
A few weeks back, I was pretty sure my little guy was ready to start potty training. The first week everything was going great but by the end of the second week he quickly lost interest, and he just doesn’t want to do it anymore. Nothing worked, no stickers, no treats, no toys, or cheering. Nothing was working, so instead of trying to force him to do something he simply wasn’t ready for right now.
I decided to follow my advice and not push potty training on him if he’s not ready. Until he’s ready, I trust Huggies little movers to help keep my very active little buddy moving, comfortable and s dry throughout all of his little adventures. Huggies diapers have a super stretchy SnugFit Waistband, which helps them stay in place while he’s on the GO, GO, GO.
When shopping with kids, you don’t want to go there during high-peak hours. You definitely want to go when the store is less crowded when you have your kids with you. You don’t want to be waiting in long lines with a very impatient toddler.
When shopping with your kids, you’ll with to be as Prepare as possible. Make a shopping list. Having a list will keep your shopping on track and will cut down on impulse buying.
I love to shop at Sam’s Club. I can buy everything that my family needs IN BULK. When means less shopping tips and saving more money.
Sam’s has made this super convenient with their food court. Before shopping, we stop by and grab a super affordable and delicious slice of pizza and yummy frozen yogurt. Taking a kid out shopping on an empty tummy is as just asking for trouble. To Avoid tantrums and meltdowns Always try to have snacks on hand.
I can not tell you the number of times I have been out shopping with the kids and not even a good 5 minutes into the shopping trip one of the kids says “Mommy I have to go Potty.” Taking a quick restroom break before shopping to let the kids potty, change a wet diaper will help make the trip go a lot smoother.
With toddlers and babies, accidents are bound to happen. You don’t want to be out without these necessities. I always keep Huggies, wipes, and extra clothes in my car for emergencies.