Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Suprise Contest! FREE DIAPERS!!

WOo HOO Free Diapers!!

Got your attention moms? I know any talk of free diapers gets me running... especially when it comes to Huggies diapers!

I've teamed up with Huggies and M80 Parents Blog again to offer you yet another fabulous Huggies giveaway, and this one is fun!

Have you guys seen that hilarious the new Huggies “Geyser” TV commercial which features the dad and baby with the massive pee issue? LOL If you haven't its hilarious watch it below :




So here is the deal, I stole the following info from Ethan over at M80. heh.

Tell us a funny story (which may have happened to you, a friend, or a family member) about a time when a child's pee got a little out of control...or when you were in desperate need of a diaper that excelled in leakage protection!

The story doesn't need to be long, just funny or interesting. Even one or two sentences will do. Just leave it in a comment, with your contact info.

PRIZING:
There are two Grand prizes, each of which feature two kinds of coupons:
Coupon 1: Any one [1] Jumbo Pack of Huggies Diapers...FOR FREE
Coupon 2: Any one [1] Huggies wipes (64ct or larger), Bath & Body Product, Cleanteam Product, or Changing Pad...FOR FREE

The winners will be awarded FIVE coupons: three Huggies diaper coupons and two Huggies wipes coupons.

RULES:
This contest is only open to contestants in the 50 United States of America (coupons are only valid in U.S.A.)

Click here read the rest of the contest rules before entering.

Wanna earn some extra entries? You can earn extra entries by the standard methods that we usually allow but in this case if you blog about the contest we request you please embed the video in your post, plus its pretty funny!

To enter :

  • Leave a comment on this post with your diaper story or a link to your post about your diaper story (you win extra entries that way too) make sure if your blogging it that you embed the video or at least put a link to here and m80!
  • Make sure there is a way for me to contact you - if your email address is not on your profile or you are not a blogger you may leave it in your comment or email it to me directly (angelaandconnor at gmail dot com) We have had to disqualify a lot of potential winners as of late as many people do not have emails available in their profiles or leave anonymous posts without any way to contact you.
  • Please US entries only.
  • To get extra credit :
    • For an extra entry :
    • Bloggers - Blog about this contest and leave me the link on your comment, or add me to your sidebar and let me know its there.
    • Non Bloggers (or bloggers) subscribe to my mailing list/RSS feed and earn another entry!
    • One extra credit per person. Please post your extra credit in a separate post.
    • This contest will end September 30th at midnight!

69 Comments:

Momstart said...

I would like to enter this contest. That's a great savings and with two babies I look to save every way I can

louise@looksblue.com

Momstart said...

I blogged about it here

http://momstartjustadvertising.blogspot.com/2008/09/diaper-giveaway.html

Lilith Silvermane said...

Can I rant a little?? Here is my story!

The other day, I go to pick up my daughters from their dads house in the AM (They spend a few nights a week with him). I pick them up and take them to child care.

I get there, and my daughter is coming down the steps (three flights, she is 20 months old) with her father who is holding the 8 month old, in nothing but a diaper and shoes.

It was 50 degrees that morning, with dew on the ground.

I was infuriated.

His excuse, "She soaked her PJs last night"

***********

I need diapers that don't leak.

or

A really good homicide lawyer!

Deb Piper said...

I had two grandbabies born this summer. Free diapers/wipes any baby products would be a blessing!

cdziuba said...

Four kids, a mountain of diapers. That's been my life. The worst diaper ever was when my daughter somehow slipped out of hers in her crib. When I went in to get her, I didn't even know where to begin cleaning. It was awful! cdziuba@aol.com

Julie said...

Ok, a diaper story. We had just moved and were at church for our first time. I had a 5 month old. I was sitting next to this cute, singe, VERY well dressed lady. She kept making eyes at my daughter. Finally I asked if she wanted to hold her. So she did. They were playing and she went to bounce her on her knee. Out squirted poo, everywhere. She looked like she was going to vomit. It was horrible! We got it cleaned off, and she was super nice. In fact, we're good friends because of it!
j.n.matthews@gmail.com

kygirl said...

My sister had taken her granddaughter and the rest of the family out to a very expensive restarant. Well my sister's granddaughter had gotten diareha and well lets just say she(granddaughter) single handed ruined a lot of appitites.

Sandy said...

funniest true story is when I was doing daisy troop and had the meetings at home and one of the girls came to me and asked about our puppy...huh..well she had stepped in warm pee on the carpet and thought we had gotten a puppy...my son had ripped off his diaper and was running around squirting- yes he was under two- but it was embarrassing but I laugh now... but that is one of my many pee stories..he was the fastest kid to potty train in my house so far- he hated diapers becuase of being uncomfortable

Alicia Webster said...

My 2 yr old son took his diaper off, and then proceeded to smear poop all over the walls, the couch and loveseat, and himself. I stood there dazed and confused, because A) I wasn't aware that a young boy could produce THAT much poop, and B) I wasn't sure where to start first. I had to pick him up, of course, and then I, too, was covered in poop. It was something that grossed me out on so many levels.
Alicia Webster
5webs@comcast.net

Abby said...

When my sister brought a new guy home for us all to meet I happened to be there visiting my parents. I had my son in my arms and I guess this guy was trying to impress us all and he reached out and picked Jordan up. He told us how cute he was (well he was!) anyway he then said OH CRAP and pulled him out real far and we all realized he his diaper had leaked onto this guy's shirt! My dad just started cracking up and said I guess Jordan is telling us what he thinks about you...piss on you! Oh my!!!

ajcmeyer AT go DOT com

Deanne02 said...

Just recently I had a diaper that exploded! I opened up my sons pj's and there were tons of little pee gelatin chunks all over him from his chest to his footies....I never knew diapers had that stuff in them?!?!?

elaina said...

These comments are hilarious!

I was 4 1/2 when my brother was born, and I was naturally curious! Once my mom was changing his diaper on the changing table and I was there being nosy/supervising and at the height I was my face was level with his, you know, cash and prizes. Imagine my shock when the cold air hit him and he peed! Right into my face and mouth! My family still tells that story at every family gathering.

VickeC said...

When my first grandson was born,it was my daughter an son in laws first child,they had never changed a diaper before,as a former Nurse,I thought I would show all my nursey an motherly wisdom to them as I demostrated the proper way to change a diaper an cleaning of a infant boy,while turning to get a wipey,an mouth wide open,I turned back around an he got me! Dead center!wow ,was I embarressed,the lesson was over!,lol,because the two of them couldnt stop laughing,needless to say they got the picture,literally!He is now 3 an is still the apple of my eye even if he did pee in my mouth,ive had lots of pratice since,he has a 8 month old brother,I have a 2 month old grandaughter an a another grandson due in December,so yeah we could use the diapers,our family is growing by leaps an bounds

peg42 said...

My husband had recently helped me by changing my sons diaper. Little did I know that instead of throwing the diaper in the diaper garbage pail, he threw it into our laundry hamper, which was right next to the diaper pail. A couple of days later, with rushing around with a few older kids and a 3 month old, I rushed doing the laundry and found, after the wash was completed, the diaper and it had fallen apart onto all the clothes. What a mess! Don't wash disposable diapers was a lesson I learned that day and my husband needs to spend more time changing diapers and getting to know the difference between a diaper pail and a laundry hamper. lol

jffryclough said...

never changed a diaper or puked while doing it...

kristleharrison said...

Well, I have two boys.. so of course I've been peed on LOTS of times during changes.. But I've never had a really great embarrasing story of my own, so I'll tell two that my grandmother always tells on my uncle. :D
Once when my uncle was a baby, my Nanee was changing him and his older brother got over there being nosey.. Well, he got sprayed all over! He then proceeded to tell my Nanee "I don't want a baby brother anymore! Can we take him back to the hospital?!" Hehehe..
And, same uncle as a baby.. My Nanee had to have brain surgery and was unable to take care of the kids, so her aunt was helping out. Well, she went in to get my uncle out of the crib, only to find that he had taken his diaper off and finger-painted the walls, himself, and his crib! My Nanee said all she remembers hearing was "Oh, you nasty kid! You nasty, nasty kid!" as her aunt cleaned up his mess...
I'd love to win these! :D

kristleharrison said...

And I have your button on my blog scroll on my left sidebar. :)

mverno said...

the diaper blew out

judybrittle said...

This would be wonderful for my daughter who has 2 babies in diapers. My diaper story was when my children were babies. My middle child would everyday rip off her diaper and have fun painting everything. That's a horrible memory. Thank you.
judybrittle(at)aol(dot)com

judybrittle said...

I'm subscribed

Amanda said...

My husband, when he first became a new dad, struggled with the whole diaper procedure. He was trying to be helpful and diapered our son for me. A few minutes later, our son was soaking wet - clothes and all. When I went to change the diaper I realized it was so loose and crooked it didn't come close to covering all the vital areas. He has since become an expert!

Dumaurier said...

I think the only issue I ever had with diapers were when my son was first born. The newborn diapers didn't fit him, and he was not a preemie! So they kept slipping off through out the day and night and it wrecked so many of his newborn sleepers.

Ginnie said...

Huggies saved the entire summer for me, as I had a broken arm went away to the sea shore for the summer and broke my foot while there. Imagine both casts of arm and leg all that sand and a almost 2 year old... Thank heavens for Huggies and there absorbent inside.

hminnesota said...

Once we took our 6 mo old for shopping and me and DH went crazy over shopping deals. Even though we knew, we need to change her diaper,we didn't and finally after 7 hrs, she peed on DH in changing room..we had to buy a new pants right away!
herry123_us@live.com

agordon10 said...

My son once picked up a diaper and wore it on his head and started laughing, would have been funny if it wasn't a DIRTY diaper.

tatertot374 said...

Thank you for having this! I have many diaper stories with 3 children and 1 still in diapers but my latest one is not so much fun. Just a few days ago my 2 year old daughter laid down to take her nap. I went on about doing some household cleaning and about 15 minutes later she knocked on her door. I opened it and the smell would have knocked others off their feet. Yes, she had taken off her diaper and thought it would be fun to play finger paint. Ugghh..talk about a mess. I immediately grabbed her and put her in the shower -which is thankfully next to her room. The cleanup was rough and the laundry piled high but it got done and I have learned a lesson. Make sure the tabs on the diaper are securely fastened and always leave her in pants or shorts :)Thank you for having this!
tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

OneAngelNani said...

My sister is cheap and purchased store brand diapers, which I did not know before "the incident".

Let me set the stage for you:

It was a beautiful Summer day....the grass was lush and green....the birds were chirping....the sun was shining and I was 19, in my prime and happily playing in the yard with my 1 1/2 yr old nephew. I thought, hey, let me perch him up on my shoulders....he will love that. Well I did...and he did love it, and all was well for about 3 minutes as we strolled around the yard. Then a giggle...followed by a smell of unmeasurable proportion. I quickly arranged his removal to discover why my sister was laughing histerically at me. I had poo all in my hair and down onto my neck. It was also very encouraging to have my father calling me ---- head for weeks thereafter.

I now have 3 boys of my own, have bought nothing but Huggies since birth and have not received an encore presentation. Thank God for small favors, huh?

Millie said...

Ok this will be short.. Hubby was trying to make our youngest to laugh while he was changing his diaper... ya know the open mouth goo goo gaa gaa's..then there he blows lol yup pee straight in the mouth lol
oh my goodness you should have seen my hubbys reaction lol I hardly could the tears in my eyes from me laughing so hard ;)hehehe

Millie said...

I have your button on my blog :)

Sarah S said...

At the first few doctor's visits, my son ALWAYS peed on our doctor. It never failed - every time he opened the diaper to check everything out, my little guy would get him in the face or shirt.

LIDARKSIDE said...

We came into the living room last week, and our one-year old son was standing there fully dressed in his bodysuit minus his diaper that was thrown across the room and still had one tab attached.

Shelly said...

I subscribe to your feed

Shawn said...

I could have sworn I entered this, bt don't see it. If it's being edited, I apologize. I would just like to be entered.

I totally would love to win this for my broter & sis-in-law who are expecting.

funny diaper story (which I anticapate) given the neat freaks, squirish and laziness of the two of them - I can totally picture them changing diapers with rubber gloves on and with a face mask - or so they don't have to do it that often, putting 2 diapers on at once.
Have they come out with something that can automate this process, 'cause they would surely by it.
Sorry for the long post, but couldn't resist!
mslate513@aol.com

kdkdkd said...

Containment- that is really what it is all about with babies and diapers. It was all so simple when they first got home from the hospital. Breast milk doesn't make for big smelly messes. It all changed after the introduction of solids. I was SHOCKED the first time I smelld a poopy diaper after baby food passed through the system. And the first time it shot up the back because the diaper couldn't contain it was a real jaw dropper. Now that they guzzle bottles of milk on top of the food all bets are off when it comes to containment in the diaper area. Please enter me, I am fully into baby diapering war (or something like it)

Cjnedrow said...

My diaper memory is with the old fashioned cloth diapers. I was babysitting and trying to change the diaper. I struggled for a long time to get the big safety pin through all the layers of diaper. Finally, someone came to rescue me from my dilemma. Thank God for disposable diapers with sticky tape!
cjnedrow@gmail.com

retellingstories said...

When my oldest was about 3 weeks old, we had made an appointment for a family photo shoot. After waiting an HOUR for the photographer to set up, he called us in. Just as I got the baby out of the carseat, I hear this earth shaking rumble and then feel something VERY wet on the back of his brand new outfit. I just look at the photographer and asked for a few additional minutes. I run the baby into the bathroom, strip him down and give him and impromptu bath in the sink, while his dad frantically tries to wash his outfit and then dry it under the hand dryer! The pictures turned out great, but what you (thankfully) can't see, is the wet, stained back of his sweet little outfit!

fancyfeet48 said...

Free diapers/wipes any baby products would be a blessing

MMrussianadoption said...

20 minutes into a 10 hour plane flight, my daughter's diaper must have shifted and she peed all over my lap. Now while I had changes of clothes for her on the plane, I didn't for me. I had to sit in it the whole way home. Live and learn.
verypissedoff at verizon dot net

Becca said...

When my daughter was a few weeks old I heard all these comments that we were lucky we had a girl and wouldn't get peed on when changing her. Well, everyone that said that was wrong. I went to change her and while she was not covered she farted and peed at the same time making the pee fly out of her body.

The worst part was she didn't have a clean fart and I also got a spray of poo. My husband was sitting on the chair and saw the whole thing and just laughed and laughed.

We soon learned to give her 15 minutes after we know she is dirty to change her, and I have not had a shower of poo since. Of course we have had leaks down legs and into shoes, but its all over her and not on me so I think its less yucky.

stampedwithgrace said...

subscriber :)

stampedwithgrace said...

I had one baby that every time she pooped, it went straight up the back and being breastfed, she pooped many times a day. I finally had to fold down the back of the diaper and put a folded paper towel inside. that was the only way to keep from ruining all her outfits!

lace said...

I was changing a diaper on the floor and forgot to bring a fresh diaper. The diapers were just in the next room so I ran in to get one thinking she just went we'll be fine. I get back (I was gone less than a minute) and there was a large puddle of pee under her. So much for having just went. I know make sure to have all essentials before beginning changes.

Anonymous said...

My oldest daughter was just a few weeks olds, and was breast fed, and almost every time I changed her, she would prejectile poo, and there was a time when she got the wall, the bureau, and the entire changing table. I used Huggies with her, and currently use Huggies with my youngest daughter.
Kristi
All4Delaney@yahoo.com

Teresa said...

The worst diaper experience I've ever had was when my youngest daughter took off her diaper very quietly at nap time and proceeded to "drop a deuce" in her crib and smear it everywhere!!!1 It was so GROSS! I find myself checking her every five minutes since the incident! Thanks, and sorry if I was too graphic!

Cool Crafty Mom said...

I had just changed my son when he decided to have a blowout. It came up the back, out the sides, and even up out of the front. How do they do that?

blacarly said...

I really need some good diapers here at my house. When the grandkids come over I never seem to find any good diapers in the kids bags. These diapers are just what I need. A GOOD diaper I can depend on for a dry baby and dry ME!

jbubolz-miller said...

We were in the airport with our first child on the way home when he peed all over. unfortunatelly being first time parents we did not have an extra outfit in the bag. So here we were in the airport rushing around with our new baby in December in Chicago mind you- waiting to meet the new grandparents while our baby wore only a diaper and an I love Chicago T shirt!

Sara G said...

I became a first time mom last year in November. We had twin girls and during those first few months, diapers got REALLY expensive. We were going through about 15-20 per day. Around 2-3 months they stopped pooping as much, so I decided to see how long the diaper would last (i.e. how much pee it could hold). I wanted to try and use as few as possible per day. I'd always change a poopy bum right away, but if it was just pee I'd wait it out as long as possible. I was using alot of butt paste, so no rashes developed and babies rarely cried. There were a few days that I only used 6 diapers! Total! I bragged to my husband about it, but he thought I should change the peepee bums more often. I agreed and we found other ways to save money. Now I look back and laugh, my poor little babies have such a cheapo mom. Now I use about 10 per day. germandarius@gmail.com

bison61 said...

I was taking care of my friends son for the day. He was in his car seat and had diarrhea-which came out the sides all over. I went to get a new diaper clothes and wipes, when he threw up all over-a very messy clean-up

tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

Ms. Sarah said...

Years ago, I had just started babysitting for a family in my neighborhood. Apparently they had forgotten to show me where the extra diapers were kept, because I used the last one early in the evening, and before bed the kid had a MAJOR up the back, down the legs, diaper blowout. I ended up calling my Mom, crying, and she came and somehow worked her magic to find a diaper and fix the issue. Talk about trial by fire!

LaDawn said...

I need a diaper that can handle a newborn blow out. Huggies seems to be the diaper with the side guards that keeps it all in..

ssmina said...

when my son was a newborn, we had the changing table facing a plant in the corner. That plant got watered more than just water, poor thing. Thanks!

paula h said...

I have 3 girls so I had no real experience changing a boy. When my son was born I didn't realize that little boys love to pee when the cold air hits their bare bottom. I was changing my son for the first time. The nurse had handed him to me and told me to call if I needed anything. I had had a c-section so I wasn't really moving around. I noticed that he was wet and went to change him. He peed everywhere. It was all over me, the bed and all over hi,. The nurse heard him crying and came running in. She was laughing so hard when she realized what happened. The nurses joked me about it for the rest of my hospital stay :)

lsl_53 said...

One time my son unfortunately got the same stomach bug as my husband and I got, and well - It was one big huge poop mess (or a few rather) for a few days, poor little guy :( Anyway, I wish I could say that the diapers had excelled...but No. At least not until we "double-diapered" him, then all was fine and dandy! Its a great tip BTW, for any baby who just cant keep it in the diaper...try two! ;)

im.in.luv.with.rey[at]gmail[dot]com

My stuff blography said...

This is my sad but true diaper story. we were on our way back home from showing off the our daughter, his parent's first grandchild. It was a long 15 hour trip and we were only at hour 5 and I had to go and didn't want to stop so needless to say I tested the absorbency myself and was really relieved by the results. I now have baby #3 and huggies is the only choice for me.

dhunt said...

My sister is cheap and purchased store brand diapers, which I did not know before "the incident".

naynays1 said...

Traveling on a plane son has a great blowout and guess what no more diapers. Had to wrap him with receiving blankets for the duration of the trip. Thank goodness it was only 1 hour. Whew!

Anonymous said...

When my son and his cousin were 3 yrs old, his cousin sat in front of us a a meeting and fell asleep. The boy was potty trained, but not tonight, because suddenly unknown to his Mother a puddle started running down on the carpeting in front of us. Since I always packed extra cloth diapers for my one-year-old I quickly grabbed one and put it on the carpet to mop up and catch the rest. You can imagine his mothers embarrassment when I told her a little while later.

Finamoon said...

Both my daughter's are currently in diapers. I have a 4 year old who is totally blind and developmentally delayed and a now 5 month old.

My 4 year old constantly loves to take off her diapers even when they are dry and clean and so I have to tape them shut with special tape. Well, before I got done taping her diaper up the phone rang and I went and answered it. It was my sister who hadn't called in a while so we had a lot of catching up to do. We were on the phone quite a while talking with each other and when I got off the phone I heard a knock at my door. It was one of my daughter's therapists. I invited her in and went to go get my 4 year old. She was grinning with a fist full of poop. I was mortified!! The therapist was; however, very helpful and helped me run a bath for my daughter and get her in it. I was thankful that the therapist was so willing to help.

websurfergirl19 AT hotmail DOT com

Gianna said...

On a long road trip my son unloaded into a diaper and pretty much everywhere else so badly it required a lot of cleaning. We went through a whole thing of wipes, I had to wash him in a bathroom along with his clothes and the car seat cover. It wasn't clean enough because we smelled it the whole way home. I ended up doing laundry again when we got back home it was so bad.

Karen said...

I don't have any out there diaper stories to share :(

masonsgranny59 said...

ty 4 the great useful contest!

Michelle said...

Any free items would be great for the new baby in the house
cmlittle1 at embarqmail dot com

NateAndJakesMom said...

My story is something that happened to my first son's father - It was the middle of the night and he was changing my son's diaper and left the "hose" uncovered and he pee'd right in his face. Not uncommon right? But like the commercial he covered it and then went to peek to see if he was done and he got him again, and then again, and then again. Turns out he was pushing on the poor little guy and he was I guess stopping it up. He was cursing and finally just let go and it made a "beautiful" arching rainbow on the wall. Who knew a baby could hold so much pee?

nateandjakesmom at gmail dot com

NateAndJakesMom said...

I have your button on my BLOG!

Tamara said...

When our first child arrived we took a trip to see the relatives. When we checked into the hotel I realized I had left the diaper bag at the last rest stop that had the diapers and wipes in it. My husband being a man went to the local store didn't now anything about buying diapers so he came back with 4 packages of diapers in all different sizes which neither of them fit a newborn. Ah the memories.

Tamara said...

I am a subscriber

Stephanie Bruce said...

We would love to win! Thanks for a great giveaway!

Anonymous said...

Nothing like jogging ones memory! LOL! I was in second year nursing and got an evening job babysitting for a neighbor. Two kids in cloth diapers and rubber pants.

I recall how I gingerly approached the older toddlers crib, lowered the railing, then reached for his rubber pants and quickly whipped them off! Poop everywhere!

Not a square inch of that kids diapers weren't soiled and soaked! Diaper pins and all!

Lorraine.

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