Remembering Some Baby Proof Spoofs (Sponsored)

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by on July 18, 2013

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of HUGGIES. All opinions are 100% mine.

After 3 kids, I’ve had my share of silly and scary situations with them – especially when they were babies. Once they start crawling or walking around, they seem to get into everything! When my first was born, we tried to baby proof everything – doors, electrical outlets, tables, etc. But one thing I didn’t think of right away was all of the kitchen cabinets. We already had locks on any cabinets with chemicals, but  it was all the other cabinets that I didn’t even think of.

My son had just starting toddling around, which I thought was the cutest thing. One night while making dinner, he opened one of my kitchen cabinets, which had all my bake ware, including some glass dishes. He picked up a quite heavy dish and decided it was too heavy so he dropped it and it shattered everywhere. 

His response: “uh-oh

It caught me so off guard I just couldn’t help but laugh…and later that night, my husband and I were installing latches on ALL the lower kitchen cabinets.

I’m sure you can relate – and probably have plenty of your own funny stories about your active babies. Luckily for us, we have HUGGIES® products to help keep our little ones happy and dry as they learn, explore, and give us unexpected chuckles. You can find a variety of products to fit your little one’s needs:

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