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Before my daughter was born, before even my baby shower I received the greatest gift I have ever been given. It wasn't clothing, a"how-to" book or even don't-know-how-I-ever-lived-without-it baby gear. It was just a simple, striped journal. From the moment I got it it I poured my heart out inside. From those first few nerve racking days to every pregnancy milestone and hill along the away. It wasn't just a journal. They were individual letters written to my daughter. I asked her what she looked like, we discussed name choices, and I wrote to her everything I hoped she would be and all that I wanted her to accomplish.

Many families have a tradition of writing a “dear baby” letters or keeping pregnancy journals like mine. Wouldn’t it be great if the “dear baby” letter could actually help you make those dreams come true for your little love? Well it can when you enter the Huggies® Little Hands, Big Plans Essay Contest! Simply write an essay about the big dreams you have for your child and you could win $5,000 to help them come true!

Entering just requires a few easy steps:
1. Visit the website 
2. Click “Enter Now”
3. Follow the links and instructions – fill out the form completely
4. Submit a story of 250 words or fewer that tells us about the big dreams you have for your children
5. Click “Enter”
Contest begins April 23, 2013 and ends September 30, 2013 

There will be 2 winners for EACH of the following submission periods:

  • April 23, 2013 to May 31, 2013
  • June 1, 2013 to June 30, 2013
  • July 1, 2013 to July 31, 2013
  • August 1, 2013 to August 31, 2013
  • September 1, 2013 to September 30, 2013

Even though I haven't won (yet ;)) I've been thinking about what we could do with $5,000. It would go a long way towards Maddilyn's college fund but I think we may divide it into half. Half for her college fund and half in a savings account for her to take trips and learning experiences while she grows up – because you should never wait until your "older" to begin experiencing life.

What would you do with $5,000? Enter to win the Huggies® Little Hands, Big Plans Essay Contest today!



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