Diaper Divas

Do you all know Heather and Whitney from The Rookie Moms? I adore them both, and Miss Heather just had a sweet baby boy last week! (Congratulations, Heather!) Heather and Whitney are working alongside yours truly for the Huggies Every Little Bottom program this year, but unlike me, they are seasoned pros in regards to diaper drives.

Here’s a video of Heather donating her time at a diaper drive for Help A Mother Out last year. She pretty much rocks the casbah.

I can’t wait to spend some time working with the LA Diaper Drive in Los Angeles this fall, but remember, you can also help families with diaper need by participating in my online diaper drive via Amazon. Just click here, purchase a pack or two of diapers, and they will be shipped directly to the LA Diaper Drive.

In addition, the Huggies Every Little Bottom Program has partnered with local diaper banks and national organizations (such as Feeding America) to raise awareness, generate support, and most importantly get diapers into the hands of the families that need them. As a reminder, here are some ways YOU can make that wish come true. Learn more about how you can become involved in your community at EveryLittleBottom.com. Find out where you can donate diapers locally, attend a diaper drive event or even host your own diaper drive.

Disclosure: I have partnered with the Huggies® brand to help promote Huggies® Every Little Bottom program. I have been compensated for my time commitment to the program, which includes writing about my family’s own experiences from my son/daughter’s point of view, and/or their experiences with diapers. However, my opinions are entirely my own and I have not been paid to publish positive comments.

  1. Lin Ilsley

    September 14, 2011 at 6:35 pm

    Glad to hear you’ll be working with L.A. Diaper Drive which is just a terrific organization. My co-chair and I met with Caroline Kunitz a few weeks back and she filled our trunk and backseat with diapers of all sizes for the families we serve at Venice Community Housing and Westwood Transitional Village.

  2. Ryan Young (Feeding America)

    September 15, 2011 at 8:12 am

    Thank you for mentioning Feeding America in your post. Thank you for the support!

    – Ryan Young (www.feedingamerica.org)