Save $3 on Huggies Pull-Ups

by Chrystal Johnson on December 8, 2013

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huggies-pull-ups-logoThis is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pull-Ups® Training Pants.

I have shared in the past that although we try to make eco-friendly choices, we did not cloth diaper. When we potty trained, we did use some cloth trainers, but for the most part, we used Huggies Pull-Ups® (check out my comparison between Huggies® Pull-Ups and Pampers Easy Ups). It was just what worked for us!

We found that Pull-Ups® training pants worked well for us because the sizes fit well and they had versions for both boys and girls. We also really liked the Cool Alert® and Learning Designs® because we could tell if they’d wet their Pull-Ups® Training Pants because the front would turn purple. It was so much easier to be able to look at them rather than the dreaded feel inside to see if it was wet!

When we were potty training, I didn’t know about the Pull-Ups® website. If you haven’t been on it before, it is a great resource for potty training families. There is an Activities section that will help you establish a potty training routine; a Celebrations section with a cool spinnable wheel where your child can choose a reward for successes; and a Resources section full of valuable articles to help you on your potty training journey.

You can also check for the latest coupons for Pull-Ups® as well! Right now, they have a special offer where you can get a $2.00 off coupon – or you can upgrade it to a $3.00 off coupon just by sharing it with your friends!

pull-ups-couponClick here to get your coupon now!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pull-Ups® Training Pants. Save up to $3 on your next purchase of Pull-Ups® by registering at the Pull-Ups® website.

About Chrystal Johnson

Chrystal, publisher of Happy Mothering, is a mother of two sweet girls who believes in living a simple, natural lifestyle. A former marketing manager, Chrystal spends her time researching green and eco-friendly alternatives to improve her family's life. She enjoys sharing those discoveries with anyone who's willing to listen.

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1 Sharon December 10, 2013 at 6:53 am

Cloth diapers certainly are more eco-friendly and better for your baby as long as you keep them changed and dry. I can not imagine how many disposable diapers fill our landfills. My babies never had diaper rash with cloth diapers. If you live in or near a city there is often times a diaper service.


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