Girl’s Night Out With Huggies

It’s Girls’ Night Out! On Twitter! I don’t even know what that means! (I know, I know. You guys, I can’t keep up with all of this Twitter party stuff. Crazy kids these days…) But! I am in the know now.

Here’s the scoop. On Tuesday, June 28th from 9-11 p.m. EST, Huggies® and the Every Little Bottom program ambassadors will be partying hard. And by “partying hard,” I mean discussing parenting, diaper need, and how to help combat diaper need issues.

Party Details:

What: Girls’ Night Out (#gno) Twitter party (Click here to learn about #gno.)
When: Tuesday, June 28 from 9-11 p.m. EST (8 CT, 7 MT, & 6 PT)
Where: Twitter (Use hashtags #gno and #HuggiesELB)
Topic: Helping to get diapers to babies in need
Who: Brand Panelists: @Huggies @Whoorl @NotThatYouAsked @Steoffreylang @Rookiemoms Moderators: @jylmomIF @Dadventurous @troypattee @MomItForward
Party Favors: Click here to enter the giveaway!
RSVP: Click here.

Anything else you could possibly need to know about this Girls’ Night Out can be found here and here. MomItForward has put together a fantastic giveaway including a stroller (approx value $250), Huggies Little Movers Gratuity Coupons (3 month supply – approx value $144), Huggies Natural Care Wipes (approx value $10), AND a diaper donation to diaper bank of winner’s choice (approx value $1,200). Hot damn, people. Be there or be square.

Also, I’ve been hearing a lot of buzz about the EVO Conference in Park City, UT from July 7-9, and if you are planning on attending, be sure and stop by the Huggies® Every Little Bottom suite. Room #323, to be exact. The lovely Emily Cassee and a diaper bank leader will be on hand to chat about diaper need and the Every Little Bottom program, and they will be raffling off prizes like diaper bags, product, and strollers throughout the conference. (Also, milk and cookies on Friday evening as well.) Be sure to drop in and say howdy!

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.