Spread the Love
|April 22, 2015||Posted by Holly Marie under Baby, Toddler||
Most of our days are spent out and about- honestly with a toddler and preschooler it is a NECESSITY. We are incredibly lucky to be able to be outside every day of the year here in sunny Arizona. Unfortunately, some of those days are 120 degrees, but sprinklers can be run and baby pools filled up with ice. PLUS am I ever excited about our Slip & Slide.
One of the places that we spend a lot of our time is our local Rec Center. Tumbleweed Rec Center is an incredible source of free and cheap entertainment, kids activities, and health fairs. Huggies has let us nominate a community project in our area with their #UltraHug Campaign on Social Media. Tumbleweed Rec Center could sure use the extra $2,000.
When Raymond was little we attended a fabulous Health Fair and were able to score a FREE bike helmet for our little tike. That was two years ago and due to budget cuts they have not been able to Spread the Love recently.
I am ALL about Bike Safety and am a huge advocate for practicing what you preach. Seeing as if you follow me on Instagram you will find that ALL of us wear Bike Helmets when we ride. Helmet hair is much cooler than head trauma. All day, every day.
Now that Emma Marie is starting to ride the balance bike we are glad that she willingly obliges us with putting her helmet on, every time. Being a good example helps. When EVERYONE else is doing it? Much better. In the eye’s of a stubborn toddler that can be the difference between smooth sailing and a complete meltdown. I would love nothing more than for other families to be able to ensure that their kids are covered. I will definitely be posting on Twitter AND Instagram about Tumbleweed for the #UltraHug Campaign.
Spread the Love with YOUR Community
As kids, nothing beats spending a day in the sun. The playground was your castle, the ocean was a monster trying to swallow you up, and hiking with your family made you feel like a great explorer.
What places in your community do you look back on with nostalgia? Or, what places do you and your family currently enjoy hanging out just appreciating each other’s company?
As they say, “The best things in life are free,” and this applies to many of our local parks, playgrounds, beaches, and rec-centers. These places bring us so much joy, and now it’s time to give back with Huggies!
Nominate your community project by uploading a selfie of you and your baby to Instagram and Twitter using the hashtag #UltraHug. Be sure to include details in your social posts about the project you are nominating. In your story make sure to share why the local community project you selected is important to you, and how it will impact those in your community.
On July 6th, voting will begin to narrow down the 20 finalists to 10 winners who will win a $2,000 grant from Huggies for their nominated community initiative.
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How to Enter the #UltraHug Selfie Contest
• First, take a selfie of you and your baby and upload that selfie to Twitter or Instagram. Make sure to use the hashtag #UltraHug
• In your same post, make sure to include a text nomination (approximately 100 – 120 characters) including a name and/or identifying description of a community project in the US, which you would like to nominate. Make sure the community project is something near and dear to your heart.
You can check out for yourself how these diapers are essential for our Top FIVE Bedtime Tips and Tricks with a Baby & Toddler. Seriously, life-changing. I treasure my sleep. And SLEEP is essential for my sanity. I think most parents would agree with that assessment. We also are THOSE people that have a successful nighttime routine that we’ve had in place now for YEARS. Goodness did my mom heart just skip a beat. We’ve been parents for close to four years.
Time is no parent’s friend.
What project would you like to nominate in the Huggies #UltraHug Contest?
Who in your community could put $2,000 to good use?
Are you a fan of the nightime bedtime routines?