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  • Show Promotion - Huggies
    Pregnant Pregnancy Birth Baby Toddler Parenting Forum Products Promotions Huggies Australia Proud partner of Children s Hospitals Promotions home promotions WIN a Pequeño Nappy Purse WIN a Pequeño Nappy Purse The Pequeño nappy purse makes your daily adventures with your little one a breeze They may be small in size but they contain everything you need for an effortless outing making them the essential item for every modern mama For your chance to win one of these stylish nappy purses all you have to do is tell us in 25 words or less where you and your little one would travel to with your must have Pequeño nappy purse and why We have 50 x Pequeño Nappy Purses to giveaway The Pequeño nappy purse carries all the essential items you need for baby with space for your Huggies nappies and wipes as well as handy pockets for creams your phone and keys The Pequeño nappy purse includes a change mat with matching print They also feature an adjustable strap so you can carry it over your shoulder hang it on the pram or slip it in your bag keeping your hands free for the important things Designed so you maintain your own sense of style these nappy purses are made with quality denims and prints that have been selected to create a bag that is as contemporary as you Find out more about these stylish nappy purses via the Pequeno Website Facebook Page or Instagram How to Enter Simply click on the promotion entry link below Enter your details and answer the following question in 25 words or less Where would you and your little one travel to with your must have Pequeño nappy purse and why Confirm your acceptance of the promotion Conditions of Entry and Submit your entry

    Original URL path: https://m.huggies.com.au/promotions/654-win-a-peque-o-nappy-purse (2016-05-02)
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  • Show Promotion - Huggies
    password has been successfully updated Please sign in Reset password Home Getting Pregnant Pregnancy Birth Baby Toddler Parenting Forum Products Promotions Huggies Australia Proud partner of Children s Hospitals Promotions home promotions WIN a Chibebe Snuggle Pod WIN a Chibebe Snuggle Pod As a parent you only want the best for your child Your child deserves to have the most comfortable resting chair available but with the mobility and speed of modern life you also need the flexibility and convenience of a truly portable system Now there s an answer With Chibebe Snuggle Pods your child can rest easier than ever We have 60 Snuggle Pods to giveaway Chibebe Snuggle Pod Chibebe Snuggle Pods are the ideal mobile seating solution for well loved babies and parents on the go Thanks to intensive research and safety testing the team at Chibebe has developed a baby beanbag that provides the softest and most snuggly seat for bubs possible The Chibebe Snuggle Pod is perfectly designed to help relieve reflux and help prevent flat head whilst being the coolest safest most comfy seat for use from birth to all ages Chibebe Snuggle Pods are also stylish coming in a range of fun styles from the sweet to the bold For more details and to look at the complete range of Snuggle Pods visit Chibebe How to enter Simply click on the promotion entry link below Enter your details and answer the following question in 25 words or less How much would your little one enjoy the Snuggle Pod and why Confirm your acceptance of the promotion Conditions of Entry and Submit your entry Entry Periods and Dates Entries Judged Entry Period 1 1 April 2016 to 30 April 2016 Entries Judged 13 May 2016 Entry Period 2 1 May 2016 to 31 May

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  • Show Promotion - Huggies
    conceive I m having a baby I m a parent I m a carer Next Done Enter you email address and we will send you instructions to reset your password Reset password Close Your password has been successfully updated Please sign in Reset password Home Getting Pregnant Pregnancy Birth Baby Toddler Parenting Forum Products Promotions Huggies Australia Proud partner of Children s Hospitals Promotions home promotions Win with U by Kotex Maternity Win with U by Kotex Maternity At U by Kotex we understand new mums We understand you need all the support and confidence you can get which is precisely what our maternity pads are designed to do With our recently improved maternity pads you can now feel even more comfortable and confident in the days following the birth of your baby Right now we re giving you extra support 3 lucky mums will win each month We re giving you the chance to WIN 3 months supply of HUGGIES Nappies to help you with your new baby That s 21 convenience sized packs valued at 280 For your chance to win 1 Purchase a pack of U by Kotex Maternity pads during the promotional period 2 In the form below enter a valid U by Kotex Maternity pads product barcode 3 Tell us in 25 words or less What is the best piece of advice someone has given you for becoming a new mum 4 Then select enter promotion and confirm your contact details 5 You can enter as many times as you wish but only one entry permitted per purchase of U by Kotex Maternity Pads product Proof of purchase may be requested for each entry If you are not a member of the Huggies Baby Club or the Mum to Be Club click become a member

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  • Show Promotion - Huggies
    password has been successfully updated Please sign in Reset password Home Getting Pregnant Pregnancy Birth Baby Toddler Parenting Forum Products Promotions Huggies Australia Proud partner of Children s Hospitals Promotions home promotions 50 free prints when you join Huggies 50 free prints when you join Huggies Huggies has partnered with Snapfish and created the Huggies Photo Centre to offer you fantastic offers and benefits everyday There is no doubt that when you have a baby they quickly become the most photographed member of your family This has always been the case and even more so now that most of us have a digital camera to play with They are so small and wonderfully convenient the only problem being we take hundreds of photos and don t always get around to printing them Now you can print your photos share them with friends and create a huge range of fantastic photo gifts in minutes using the Huggies online Photo Centre It s cheap easy to use and everything is delivered to your door within a week or so You also get unlimited online storage giving you extra back up for all your photos plus lots of member exclusive discounts and special offers Best of all when you join Huggies you ll receive 50 free prints from the Photo Centre How to claim your 50 free prints Sign up to Huggies below Once you ve joined and confirmed your membership go to your My Huggies page Click on the Subscriptions tab In the area where you see the Huggies Photo Centre paragraphs click on the Signup today button This will take you to the Huggies Photo Centre store You will be required to register your details on the Huggies Photo Centre s website If you re already a Huggies member you can

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  • Winners Promotion - Huggies
    month supply of Huggies Products Win a 6 month supply of Huggies Products Win a 6 month supply of Huggies Products WIN a Sponky Prize Pack WIN an Aromababy Bath Time Gift Pack WIN a Duka Bath Ball WIN a 250 ECCO Voucher WIN a stocking full of books WIN 1 of 5 Book Packs from The Kids Bookshop WIN a gorgeous Lässig Nappy Bag or a complete Kids Travel Bag Set WIN 1 of 50 Spider Man or 1 of 50 Frozen 100 Prize Packs WIN a Greentom Upp Stroller and Carrycot Bundle WIN a Queen Bee 50 Gift Voucher WIN a Bumbo Floor Seat and Play Tray WIN a Footmuff Set for Winter WIN a relaxation treat for mum Win 1 of 3 Monthly Book Pack Subscriptions from The Kids Bookshop WIN a Mum and Bub Gift Pack from Milk Co WIN a 25 Finlee Me Gift Card WIN an Essential Jersey Wrap Carrier Share your favourite family meal to WIN WIN an Organic Cotton Sleepbag WIN a Classics Book Pack WIN a Mega Triplex Cubby House WIN a Rio 2 Activity Pack WIN a Rosehip Pamper Pack by essano WIN an OiOi Baby Bag WIN a Stocking Full of Books WIN a Snuggle Pod and Pod Warmer from Chibebe WIN a Christmas DVD Prize Pack Share your favourite family meal to win WIN a Peppa Pig Book Pack WIN a 1 month supply of Huggies Nappies with new DryTouch Layer WIN A Uniden Baby Watch Baby Monitor WIN A Luxurious Gift Hamper from The Hamper Emporium WIN A 100 EGG Maternity Gift Voucher Share your favourite family meal to win WIN a Personalised Sports Poster Print for Dad Win a 5 night family holiday at Zagame s Paradise Resort Gold Coast WIN an Aromababy Gift Set WIN

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  • Charities - Notable causes - Huggies
    based on obligations to family and a selfless sharing system of living Within 25 years of European settlement Australia had its first modern charity the Benevolent Society of NSW which was formed in the early 1800s This enterprising charity pioneered many social services for women and children In 1820 it started the first social service for motherhood by introducing district nursing It also established Australia s first maternity hospital the first antenatal clinic in the British Empire and helped get child labour outlawed in this country Charities in Australia today Today we have about 10 400 charities with almost 12 000 outlets or branches They employ 120 000 staff and are helped by tens of thousands of volunteers Many of these selfless and hard working organisation fill some of the gaps left by government departments caring for sick children raising money for research into diseases and genetic conditions putting food on the table of poor families promoting the health and wellbeing of babies and mothers showing new mums and dads how to care for their little ones and many many other causes close to the hearts of families With so many charities competing for donations from our relatively small population you d think there wouldn t be enough to go round But we re a generous bunch in this part of the world every year over 13 million Australian adults make a tax deductible donation to charity More is donated via street appeals whereby you drop a cash into a bucket on a charity s nominated national fundraising day such as the Cancer Council s Daffodil Day Red Nose Day and Jeans for Genes Day which raises money for research and the care of children with genetic disorders Which charities interest you Here we ve listed a range of charities

    Original URL path: https://m.huggies.com.au/about-us/charities (2016-05-02)
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  • How Hugs Help Healing - Huggies
    About Us Charities Home How Hugs Help Healing How Hugs Help Healing Huggies has long understood the caring and healing benefits of hugging Giving a hug is more than a comforting gesture for sick babies and toddlers research proves that hugs have a healing effect too Hugging releases serotonin and dopamine the hormones that make babies and children feel good and improve their wellbeing On top of this hugs increase the levels of oxytocin a trigger for bonding and caring responses that makes sick babies and toddlers feel calm and less anxious This year through the Hugs for Healing initiative Huggies will pass on the power of a healing hug by matching consumer donations to Children s Hospitals up to a total of 100 000 Huggies donation will help to fund vital pieces of high priority medical equipment specifically targeted at sick babies and toddlers including a BabyTherm Infant Warming system for QLD Neonatal Hearing Screening Units in SA and a Giraffe Warmer in WA to name a few Read more about what Huggies is helping to fund here Learn what type of hugger you are now and help us pass on the power of a healing hug to sick babies and toddlers There are also lots of other ways that you can pass on the power of a healing hug Find out now What is Hugs for Healing Who are Children s Hospitals How Hugs Help Healing How donations have helped Show your support Share your Story back to Charities Children s Hospitals Latest News The Huggies Brand has raised 101 956 this year for Children s Hospitals Huggies and Children s Hospital smash record for most hugs given in 60 seconds Huggies Team Volunteering Day at Sydney Children s Hospital Channel Ten s Carrie Bickmore joins forces with

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  • How Donations Have Helped - Huggies
    surgery After surgery Molly was a regular in the Drager BabyTherm Infant Warming system and then again for a further two weeks when she was moved to Surf Ward Molly moved then to Robertson Ward and after reacting to a line change was transferred to the High Dependency Unit for three days There she again used the warming system The system is great because it keeps her warm as she is so tiny says Melinda It s also easy to manage can be adjusted which is good for a tall person like me and is mobile Helen Proctor Nurse Unit Manager for Robertson Ward is delighted that the ward now has its own warming system It expedites care to the baby and its phototherapy lights and heater provide the warmth the baby needs It also enables good access to and viewing of the baby Melinda and Molly will be in the RCH for many months to come Molly is currently being looked after by four teams general paediatrics surgical renal and gastroenterology Top Evelyn Princess Margaret Hospital for Children While being told her pregnancy was deemed high risk after her 12 week scan was a shock Leana and her husband Kyle knew that remaining calm and centred would give their unborn child Evelyn the best possible chance Leana s 12 week scan showed that Evelyn had gastroschisis a condition which caused her intestines to protrude through a hole in her umbilical cord Their GP broke the news and referred the couple to King Edward Memorial Hospital which specialises in high risk pregnancies Over the next few weeks Leana and Kyle learnt all they could about Evelyn s condition Many of the statistics they were given were so frightening that they choose not to share them with others Kyle and I were always very calm about Evelyn s condition we stayed level headed throughout most of the pregnancy and that kept the majority of our family the same way We told family what they needed to know and kept a lot of the statistics and more concerning information to ourselves We found that having a calm support network made our situation much easier and allowed us focus entirely on the pregnancy and our baby explained Leana Leana and Kyle s first meeting with the PMH Neonatal Team was at the six month mark of their pregnancy The team took time to explain what Evelyn s condition meant the risks associated with it and how they proposed to treat it They also answered the myriad of questions the couple had Knowing that Evelyn would be undergoing surgery to correct her condition within hours of being born was a daunting prospect Fear was our overarching emotion at the time recalls Leana Fear of the unknown caused our minds to go blank We couldn t think straight or speak We just sat and waited quietly for Evelyn to come out of surgery and to be told she was going to be ok Thankfully the surgery went well Evelyn was settled into the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit NICU for monitoring and post surgery treatment She spent the first eight weeks of her life on the Unit During her time in NICU Evelyn was placed in a Giraffe Warmer so her temperature could be kept stable and she could be closely observed X rayed and weighed without having to be disturbed NICU was an emotional rollercoaster We would be so excited to see Evelyn each day but we were also terrified of what might have happened while we were gone Quite a few times we would arrive at the hospital to be told that she had become extremely unwell over night so had been moved back to the high care area or have a new machine attached to her tiny body to help her fight through things Eventually we learnt to take each day one at a time not to expect too much and to simply listen and learn as much as we possibly could Having a child in NICU doesn t make it easy to think of the future or reflect as every ounce of energy whether emotional physical or mental is focused on your child getting through the day The whole experience is almost indescribable It was exhausting more than you could possibly imagine PMH is wonderful and NICU team in particular are amazing Every person we came in contact with was so caring and understanding We were always impressed with the way they responded to every situation and constantly made us feel like Evelyn was their only patient We are so lucky to have a wonderful place like PMH to care for our children PMH staff are fantastic at what they do we owe them so much Since being discharged from NICU Evelyn has gone from strength to strength She will continue to have an annual review for the next few years but otherwise Evelyn is a happy healthy child Leana once again explains It s incredible to us that the drama of her first few months of life is all in the past Today Evelyn in doing beautifully She doesn t have a belly button so that s a reminder of all she has been through She also has a few small scars which shows just how strong our little miracle child is Evelyn happily celebrated her first birthday on 21 January She enjoys drawing reading books and playing with her ukulele or anything that is noisy She is fascinated by other children especially babies and is daddy s girl through and through She loves ANY activity that involves her dad or that daddy does Top Amber Princess Margaret Hospital for Children Belinda and Dave were terrified as they kissed their beautiful one day old baby daughter when she was wheeled into theatre for life saving surgery Amber was born with Tracheo Oesophageal Fistula TOF a rare congenital condition of the oesophagus food pipe that affects one in every 3 500 babies

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