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It's Friday. Time for Running and Diapers!?!

So this is a first, as far as I can remember. I don't feel like running the Halloween Half Marathon tomorrow. At all. But I will. Because I paid for it and hate the thought of wasting that money. Races aren't cheap.

Instead of dwelling on that though, I have a giveaway for my awesome readers. It is Friday after all. So let's celebrate....


This isn't one of my typical running related giveaways. But a lot of my readers are also moms and dads. Active moms and dads. Chasing around little ones who are just as active. So Huggies has graciously offered to give two lucky readers 4 packs of Little Movers diapers to try on their busy little babies!

Here's why you and your little one will love them:

Product Details:

Huggies Little Movers Diapers help active moms like you keep their babies active, too, with the SnugFit Waistband that keeps the diaper in place on your little one's bottom while he/she moves and plays all day. Paired with the Huggies Leak Lock protection, you can maintain a healthy, energetic and fun lifestyle that you and your family love.
Here's how you can enter to win 4 packs of Huggies Little Movers diapers:
  • Leave a comment telling me about your active little guy or girl and why he/she needs Huggies Little Movers. (Required)
Optional entries:
  • Like Huggies on Facebook HERE. (Leave a comment letting me know!)
  • Share this giveaway on FB, Twitter, your blog or Instagram. (One entry for each place you post. Leave a comment letting me know where you posted.) 
Two giveaway winners will be selected by Random. org on Friday, November 2.

Happy Friday!!


  1. AH, a combination of the two things I know a lot about. Running & crazy little babies in diapers :)

    My little guy is 2 and so incredibly active. We love Huggies because they're the only diapers that don't leak. We'd love to win!!

  2. I'd love free diapers. I have a crazy toddler and baby due next week, so diapers are our currency here. :)

  3. I would love to win these! I just had a baby boy 2 weeks ago and would love to have these for when he starts running around which will be here before I know it! I love huggies! My babies don't blow out of em :)

  4. how funny - wouldnt think about diapers as a running give away. BUT Im a running mom and feel like my life is full of diapers :)

  5. My little guy is a wiggler, he hates diaper changes.

  6. tweet

  7. Because zoe does this weird crawl thing where she pushes up on her arms and lurches forward withe her legs dragging behind. She is a cutie.

  8. Because zoe does this weird crawl thing where she pushes up on her arms and lurches forward withe her legs dragging behind. She is a cutie.

  9. Right now I have two in diapers... one that is just getting to that wiggling around stage and one that is on the verge of getting out of them but fighting it big time. Huggies are the best... it's only taken me 5 kids to figure that out.


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