Hughies Little Snugglers baby diapers for children weighing up to 14 pounds are size 1. (12 lb)
With its soft, breathable, and absorbent material, the GentleAbsorb Liner provides the best protection and protection for sensitive skin.
Featuring a pocketed waistband, Huggies' diaper band prevents blowouts and holds messes in place
With the leak lock system, diapers can remain leak-free for up to 12 hours, and the wetness indicator changes color to indicate when baby is ready for a
The formula is free of elements chlorine and natural rubber latex along with all fragrances, lotions, parabens, and parabens
This diaper is now available with Double Grip Strips that help keep it in place on your baby while crawling, moving or walking (Size 2+).
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Questions & Answers
How big should I make it for a baby weighing ten pounds?
Suitable for babies who weigh 10 pounds, size 1 fits them well. It's been two weeks since my daughter was 12 pounds and we moved up to 2's
Could you please let me know what gifts are being wrapped?
The option is available in some products, but not in others. There is a gift wrap option in the description under the price. As well, it will be noted during the checkout process, "the gift is yours.".
Selected User Reviews For Huggies Little Snugglers Baby Diapers, Size 1, 96 Ct
Huggies, welcome to the site! This means you can say goodbye to pampers (goodbye)
As an exclusively Pampers-using mom of two, I was adamant about switching to a new diaper brand In recent months, I noticed that the quality of their brands has declined/changed We were given Little Snugglers to take home with us when we were at the NICU and the hospital used Huggies. As we were happy with the feeling of the material, and considering Pampers' present quality status, we decided to go exclusively with Huggies. That was great - I'm so glad we did Besides the incredibly soft diapers, the Velcro bands do an excellent job of sticking to the diaper (you have to be careful when changing). And Little Snugglers have this fantastic poop guard in the back to prevent blow-outs. We like Huggies and I hope to buy this brand more often in the future!.
| Jan 10, 2021
The poop is out Goodness being contained within it
Since switching to these diapers, I have been pleasantly surprised at how well they have worked. I would highly recommend Earth and Eden diapers were my first choice when my baby was a newborn, a few months ago. Because they were the most natural and avoided unnecessary dyes, scents, and harsh chemicals, I chose them. For a long time, the Earth and Eden diapers worked fine for my little one, until diaper blowouts began, usually causing poop to run up the back of my baby's legs and ruin his shirt (no matter how snug I wrapped the diaper). When I found the Huggies brand diaper, I realized that it had the same features as Earth and Eden diapers, with the exception that it included a pocket on the back to stop blowouts. The diaper bottom was also softer and more cushioned than Earth and Eden. (Who doesn't want their baby to be as comfortable *I have good news to report I am happy to report these diapers have contained 99% of all blowouts. I even had pooping events that I thought would blow right out of the diaper, but it In one case, the only sign of a blowout are just a few small drops of poo at the very edge of the diaper top, and I'm not sure if that counts as a blowout at all. There was even a liquid-like substance involved in that incident The way poo looks! Finally, I would like to mention that I ran out of these diapers one time and had to use a leftover diaper of a different So I strongly suggest you have a supply of these diapers at home to prevent a blowout in the future.
| Mar 09, 2021
I love how absorbent it is! The search for the perfect diaper can be arduous
As a hospital gift, Pampers were given to us for our newborn, and I truly appreciated them. Before my sister convinced me to buy Huggies, I was not a Huggies fan. I wouldn't go back!" she told me. She was absolutely right. The fleece is not only absorbent, but also has a cottony finish that is soft to the touch and gentle on baby's The swaddlers are WAY more absorbent than the Pampers ones we received as a gift. During the night, this diaper will keep baby dry and comfortable. The parents of that child have a big win there. It is a small detail, but it is worthwhile to mention Compared to other brands, I find the velcro part to be much more effective. With this, even young babies that like to move around and wiggle are able to get their diapers on tightly. As much as I find it funny to rave about this brand of diaper, if I can help another parent choose then I have done my job. There is no denying the value of these diapers. It won't be long before you and your child fall in love. Note I have a short letter to send you. While I have used more natural diapers in the past (Honest, Seventh Generation, Babyganics and HelloBello), none have ever come close to the absorbency and security of You might want to know that I am not being paid to write this It's just me, a mom hoping to help other moms.
| Jul 01, 2021
It is best to use the older versions
Her favorite thing about the old ones was how soft they My little one had a rash after putting them on. They are still very soft but have a weird smell. It was also unfortunate that she experienced more leaks. In the future, I don't think I will purchase these again.
| Apr 05, 2021
Our experience has been that Huggies are the best brand so far, out of the five brands that The best diapers for me have always been huggies
During my pregnancy I was hesitant to go with a name brand and stubborn, thinking the slightly less expensive /per diaper options are just as good. Huggies are great, and they are fine. When baby was born, we had a collection of four or five different diaper brands ready to go. Our favorites have been HelloBello (cheapest and cutest), Parenta Choice (also extremely affordable), and Pampers (a big no no. Despite the fact that pampers sensitive wipes are THE best, diapers are not a good option for us. We are familiar with Honest company diapers (similar to HB) ), and finally, we were given Huggies, which we brought from the hospital. Huggies diapers are more expensive, but they are extremely absorbent. It's not that you want to get to that point, but if for whatever reason you don't change their diaper for a few hours (4 or 5 or even overnight), this diaper would definitely hold up. As a result of peeing, the pee the baby excretes turns into gel on the bottom layer of the diaper and it begins to fill up, while the top layer stays virtually dry, the quilted bit closest to baby's skin. In other words, the baby is not sitting in a puddle of water, they're In addition, pee is sterile so it is not harmful to the skin, it is the poo poo that needs to be wiped down well and changed as soon as possible in order to prevent a severe reaction. I've found most HB diapers, and perhaps others as well, do not stick to themselves, only the front of the diaper. Having learned these facts, I now recognize why my mother called us It's because they are the best. Oh, and of course, (as with most diapers), the yellow line turns blue when baby pees, which makes it easy to see Huggies is the choice of the hospital because of the following reasons.
| Jan 15, 2021