Ever since Mila could crawl, we spend most of our time at the local parks. No matter if its snowing, sunny, and sometimes raining, we try to spend as much time outside as possible. Especially with all the technology today, I want to make sure she gets to have the type of childhood I had. One spent playing outside with friends and going on adventures.
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From April 20th until June 25th, Huggies will be accepting all selfies of you and your baby with the hashtag #UltraHug, and featuring them in a collage on the campaign landing page. On July 6th, voting will begin to narrow down the 20 finalists to 10 winners who will win a $2,000 grant from Huggies for their nominated community initiative.
I am nominating the Harold Avenue Rec Center in my hometown, Port Charlotte. This place is near and dear to my heart as I spent most of my time there after school as a kid. I would ride my bike there everyday after school and play basketball and other sports with friends. It kept me active and away from the pressures of drinking or doing drugs like most teens are susceptible to. I hope that in the future, my children have a place like this where they go to be kids and have fun.
• First, take a selfie of you and your baby and upload that selfie to Twitter or Instagram. Make sure to use the hashtag #UltraHug
• In your same post, make sure to include a text nomination (approximately 100 – 120 characters) including a name and/or identifying description of a community project in the US, which you would like to nominate. Make sure the community project is something near and dear to your heart.