‘Blackfish,’ The Documentary That Has Changed My Perspective on Sea World

The whale Tilikum's dorsal fin is collapsed.  Orcas in captivity may develop physical pathologies, such as the dorsal fin collapse seen in 60–90% of captive males. This happens to less than 1% of Orcas in the wild.

The whale Tilikum’s dorsal fin is collapsed. Orcas in captivity may develop physical pathologies, such as the dorsal fin collapse seen in 60–90% of captive males. This happens to less than 1% of Orcas in the wild.

I loved Sea World and it was actually my husband’s favorite theme park too.  My husband Mark and I have a rule that we would never take any of our children to a theme park until they were about 3 in-a-half or 4 years old, but we made the exception for Sea World and took our oldest daughter there for the first time when she was only 2 -in-a-half years old, after all it was both a fun and educational place to learn about the value of sea-life.

We thought we would take all of our children several times throughout their childhoods, the same way we had experienced Sea World growing up.  That was until the documentary ‘Blackfish’ put a big black cloud over our heads by exposing the truth behind  how cruel it is to hold majestic creatures such as Orcas in captivity.  In addition the documentary has also exposed the inhumane and unnatural acts that Sea World has personally bestowed upon these creatures, such as separating calf whales from their mother whales, although naturally they are suppose to stay together for life.  Therefore, these separations have caused major emotional distress and depression to both the baby and mother whales.  

Other cruelties include forcing the animals to live and swim in circles within tanks that are the equivalent in size to a bathtub for a human being.  In the wild they are used to swimming up to 100 miles a day to the rhythms of the ocean, but of course in tanks this is not possible.

The animals are also isolated most of their lives or put together in social clans that are not family members, therefore causing bloody fights and deaths between the whales that otherwise would not take place within their natural environment, the ocean.  This is because in the tanks, the less dominant whales have nowhere to escape to.  

Lack of stimulation and food deprivation has caused psychosis among the animals, which have put both the animals and the trainers in jeopardy.  We unfortunately saw this in the violent death of Senior Sea World Trainer Dawn Brancheau, who was killed by her Co-Star Killer Whale Tilikum.  

I have come to learn that Sea World is just a theme park that hides behind a Conservationist image and although we can’t deny that they do participate in some sea-life rescue activity, their Orcas and Dolphins treatment and captivity overshadows any beneficial acts that they may participate in.  Sea World DOES NOT educate, but merely ENTERTAINS.

I can now assure you that my family and I will NEVER go to Sea World again unless some MAJOR changes takes place there.  

I highly encourage everyone to watch this very important documentary.  I am not an animal activist, but you don’t have to be one to be shaken by this very powerful film.  Please see the trailer below and then go to CNN to see their airing schedule:

Go to CNN’s website here to find out the ‘Blackfish’  airing Schedule: http://www.cnn.com/CNN/Programs/

Also tell Macy’s that you DO NOT want to see a Sea World float in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade.  You can easily email them by going here: https://secure.peta.org/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=5111 

See what I wrote to Macy’s Below:

To Whom It May Concern:

I am a mother who loved Sea World. I took my oldest daughter when she was only 2 years old and thought it would be a place that we would always go to. However, after watching the documentary ‘Blackfish,’ I am horrified by the truth behind the lives of captive sea life, such as Orcas and Dolphins. It’s unnatural and cruel in many ways and I’m not even an animal rights activist, but I don’t have to be to know that the findings of Sea World’s practices are simply inhumane to these majestic creatures. Therefore, I would be highly disappointed to see a Sea World float in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade, especially after the very public findings of the cruelty that has truly taken place there.

SeaWorld is really just a theme park, trying to hide behind a conservationist image. The truth is that the animals who are confined there are miserable and are forced to engage in unnatural behaviors for an audience’s entertainment.

SeaWorld continues to jeopardize the safety of humans and animals alike, despite numerous tragedies–including the deaths of many orcas and the death of their trainer Dawn, who was seized by a frustrated orca, thrashed around violently, and held under water to drown in front of horrified children and families.

Please, as a concerned mother and Macy’s shopper, I ask of you to please cancel plans for a SeaWorld float at the parade. Thank you so much for your time.

 

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Hush Little Baby…

This is part of a compensated campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and Huggies.  However, all opinions expressed are my own.

Hush little baby don’t say a word, mama is sleep deprived haven’t you heard?

Oh yes, I know, it’s a common problem with infants, but I miss sleep!  My 6 month old who recently moved into her own room has been waking up several times throughout the night.  When she was in our room she was doing pretty well, down by 9:30pm and up around 5:30am.  Yes I am not a morning person, but I could handle that schedule, especially because she usually fell back asleep by 6:15am and then up to start her day by 8:00am.  Once again, I could handle this schedule.  What I can not handle is the erratic wake-up times she began having once she was in her own room and I must admit that total sleep deprivation has set in.  To make matters worse, our baby’s room is next door to our 4 year old’s room, connected by a Jack and Jill bathroom, so when our baby screams and cries, unfortunately it’s a wake-up call not only for me, but for our oldest daughter too.  Thank goodness, she’s been such a trooper about it though.  Usually, she just quietly gets up and turns on a lullaby CD she has in her room and then she goes back to sleep.  I’m sure the music from the CD helps to drown out the sound of the baby’s cry for her.  Now talk about a self-sufficient 4 year old!  So as you can see, this is definitely my biggest parenting challenge these days.

I miss sleep, so much so that I began reading a book my friend lent me called, ‘The Baby Whisperer Solves All Your Problems.’  I have now begun working on sleep training my 6 month old using the advice within this book, and hallelujah I had my first decent night’s sleep last night!  Now was this a fluke or is the advice in the book actually working?  I guess I will only be able to determine this once I see if this good night’s sleep will stay consistent.

 

She is such an angel when she is sleeping.

She is such an angel when she is sleeping.

So anyhow, here I am getting ready to go to sleep soon, will it be sweet slumber or a total nightmare?  I guess I will just have to wait and see.  

If any of my readers have any advice out there to give me about getting my baby to sleep better at night, please know that I am all ears.

 

Make sure to check out Huggies Spokesperson Zuleyka Rivera and her son Sebastian in her 4th webisode series!  In the series Zuleyka shares her motherhood challenges and joys with everyone.  Leave your feedback in the comment section of the video, Check it out HERE! You can also see the video at the Huggies Latino Facebook page!

Make sure to grab a pack of Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers with New SureFit Design and Huggies Natural Care Wipes with New Triple Clean Layers and join Zuleyka as she puts Huggies to the test. Visit Huggies.com/tuprueba for more information on the new Huggies products.

Follow and join in the conversation on Twitter at @Huggies and #HuggiesLatino and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/HuggiesLatino! Visit their webiste at http://www.huggies.com.

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My Thoughts on the PBS Series LATINO AMERICANS…#LatinosPBS #LatinosFord

This is part of a compensated campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and Ford Motor Company.  However, all opinions expressed are my own.

LATINO AMERICANS is an important three-part, six-hour series on PBS that gives people the opportunity to learn more about all of the positive contributions that Latinos have made to our country here in the United States.

The series documents the experiences of Latinos over the last 500 years following their struggles through immigration and how they overcame obstacles, living their lives in meaningful ways that eventually help shape America into what it is today.

LATINO AMERICANS features many stories of significant Latinos in which many people have not even heard of, but should know about because of their important impact they have made on the evolution of Latinos within the American culture.

LATINO AMERICANS also features interviews with very famous Latinos as well, such as Puerto Rican star of West Side Story, Rita Moreno; Mexican-American author and commentator Linda Chavez, who also became the highest ranking woman in the Reagan White House; and Cuban singer and entrepreneur Gloria Estefan.

My mom and I especially enjoyed watching the series as we are both Puerto Ricans born in the Bronx, New York.  I moved to Southern California when I was 4 years old though, while my mom was raised in the El Barrio of the Bronx.  She could really relate to many of the stories in the series about the struggles between the different ethnicities in the neighborhoods, as well as relate to the culture that grew within the streets of New York.  It also brought up fond memories for her of celebration through food and music, Salsa music to be exact, which penetrated the sounds of The Projects.

My family and I have really been enjoying the series and so I would like to encourage all of my readers to watch Part 3 airing tonight, October 1st on PBS.

I am proud to be working with a brand like The Ford Motor Company who provided the corporate funding for the LATINO AMERICANS series. Ford understands the impact that Latinos have made in our communities, and is one of the most respected brands among many Latinos because of their multi-faceted and on-going commitment.

Visit the Latino American’s website at http://www.pbs.org/latino-americans/en/ 

Make sure to follow the conversation with Ford en Español on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/fordenespanol  and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/fordespanol
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Knott’s Camp Snoopy Becomes Knott’s Camp Spooky!

This is part of a compensated campaign with GigaSavvy.  However, all opinions expressed are my own.

Knott’s Camp Snoopy becomes Knott’s Camp Spooky weekends in October and you definitely don’t want to miss out.  We took our 4-in-a-half year old daughter last year (when she was only 3-in-a-half) for the Halloween season and she loved it and still today always asks me, “Mama, when can we go back again to Snoopy’s Halloween party?” Now that Halloween season is almost here, her wish will come true because we are definitely heading back to this spooktacular, kid-friendly event!

Camp Spooky is the absolute most fun non-scary Halloween theme park that you can take your children to.  Knotts Camp Spooky has shows, activities and of course, trick-or-treating that is all geared for kids ages 3-11.

In the Camp Spooky Theatre “Charlie Brown’s Spooktacular Show”, will have you singing and dancing in the aisles to all your favorite Halloween tunes. Your kids can also have fun in the Monster Factory interactive maze where your little ones can create things that go bump in the night.

Also included with theme park admission, your little one can dress up in their favorite costume and fill up their complimentary goodie bag with sweet treats given out at the five Trick-or-Treating locations in Camp Spooky. Also check out the “Creepy Crawly Critter Cave,” which is Knott’s park naturalists that will amaze you with its slithery, slimy, creepy, crawly critters.

The whole family will enjoy “Scary Stories at the Lodge” and what goes better with a story telling, than a delicious cookie that you can decorate by yourself at the “Kooky Cookie Painting.”  

Camp Spooky runs weekends October 5-27 and is included with regular park admission.  Knott’s Berry Farm Theme Park operating hours are 10:00 am to 5:30 pm.  For more information on all the exciting things that are going on at Knott’s Berry Farm, call (714) 220-5200 or visit us online at www.knotts.com.

Check out all the fun my family had with ‘The Peanut Gang’ last year at Knotts Camp Spooky! See HERE!

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Hispanic Heritage Month: ‘Latino Americans’ Is A Must Watch! #LatinosPBS #LatinosFord

This is part of a compensated campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and Ford Motor Company.  However, all opinions expressed are my own.

Hispanic Heritage Month is very important for my family because it gives us a chance to truly recognize our Puerto Rican heritage.  A great way for us to celebrate doing this is through our love of food and cooking.  So this weekend we celebrated at my mom’s house where she cooked a delicious and traditional Puerto Rican meal.  The meal consisted of white rice and red beans, fried chicken, and fried plantains, also known as arroz con pollo, y Habichuelas, y Plantanos.

Family dinners are already a great way to spend quality time with one another, but it’s also an excellent way to have quality conversations with one another to truly reconnect with what’s going on in each other’s lives.  At our traditional Puerto Rican meal we discussed with our daughter Madison, who is 4 in-a-half years old how she is half Puerto Rican.  We explained to her that Puerto Rico is where her Great-Grandmother and Great-Grandfather were born.  She asked us, “What is Puerto Rico.”  We answered her by explaining that it is a beautiful island in a place call the Caribbean, where they speak the beautiful language of Spanish.  Our little one was clearly trying to wrap her brain around the idea of a place where she has never been, but continued the conversation by saying that she wanted to go to Puerto Rico.  We told her we would go on a family trip there someday, so that she and her baby sister Mia could see where their family came from.

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My Kids With Grandma (Abuelita) After A Great Meal!

My Kids With Grandma (Abuelita) After A Great Meal!

Another great way to expose your family and ours to the pride behind Hispanic Heritage Month is by tuning into ‘LATINO AMERICANS,’ which is a three-part, six-hour series which will document the history and experiences of Latinos, who have helped to shape North America over the last 500 years on PBS.  LATINO AMERICANS will feature interviews with Puerto Rican star of West Side Story, Rita Moreno; Mexican-American author and commentator Linda Chavez, who also became the highest ranking woman in the Reagan White House; and Cuban singer and entrepreneur Gloria Estefan.  LATINO AMERICANS will air on PBS on September 17th, September 24th, and October 1st from 8:00 – 10:00 p.m. (EST).

Visit the Latino American’s website at http://www.pbs.org/latino-americans/en/ 

The Ford Motor Company is proudly providing corporate funding for this series.  Our friends at Ford understand the impact that Latinos have made in our communities, and is one of the most respected brands among many Latinos because of their multi-faceted and on-going commitment.  So make sure to watch PBS on September 24th for Part 2! 

Make sure to follow the conversation with Ford en Español on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/fordenespanol  and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/fordespanol. 

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The Juggling Act

 

This is part of a compensated campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and Huggies.  However, all opinions expressed are my own.

Exhaustion is the best way to describe learning how to juggle the needs of two children when you’re so used to only having one.  This is definitely a major parenting challenge for me right now, learning to juggle more than one child, while being extremely exhausted on top of it.  However, this challenge isn’t a unique one, as I know there are parents out there who have three, four, or five kids (or even more) going through the same juggling act as me, but possibly doing it better.

I have chosen to do several things different with my second daughter, than I did with my first daughter, which has made the juggling act even more so challenging for me. One of those things is that I made it my goal to exclusively breastfeed this time around, until I felt my daughter was ready for solids.  This may not seem like a big deal, but nursing can actually be very time consuming. When you are nursing a baby, you can’t just hand over the feeding to someone else, unless you pump, and even pumping can be difficult to do because you need to make the time to do it.  I do pump, but I have yet to master balancing enough time to do it where I can build an ample supply of milk.  I have also recently introduced solids into my baby’s diet, but I have also decided to make her all organic homemade baby foods, instead of the organic jarred baby foods like I did with my first daughter.  I really enjoy making the baby food and it doesn’t take that long to make, but honestly there are some moments when I miss the instant convenience of jarred baby food.  

Trying to keep up with my 4 in-a-half year old’s schedule and with my baby’s schedule just seems almost impossible for me somedays.  Yes, just feeding the baby has become a juggling act for me.  For instance, you don’t know how many mornings there have been when my baby is screaming because she is ready to nurse again (for the third time that morning-lol), but I am also trying to get my daughter ready and off to preschool.  That’s when I feel the most terrible and think that I am just failing this juggling act.  That’s when I simply wish I could just divide myself into more than one mom, so that I can meet everyone’s needs in a more timely manner.

In the end though, what needs to get done always gets done and honestly to the best of my ability too.  Just like every loving mom, I’m just trying to do the best I can to create happy, thriving children, and so I may not be perfect, and I may struggle at times, but I’m happy to say that I have not dropped the ball (or the baby) in this juggling act.

Make sure to check out Huggies Spokesperson Zuleyka Rivera and her son Sebastian in her 3rd webisode series to see how she juggles motherhood with her busy every day life. Leave your feedback in the comment section of the video, Check it out HERE!  You can also see the video at the Huggies Latino Facebook page!

Also make sure to grab a pack of Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers with New SureFit Design and Huggies Natural Care Wipes with New Triple Clean Layers and join Zuleyka as she puts Huggies to the test. Visit Huggies.com/tuprueba for more information on the new Huggies products.

Follow and join in the conversation on Twitter at @Huggies and #HuggiesLatino and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/HuggiesLatino! Visit their webiste at http://www.huggies.com.

Share your challenging juggling mom moments with me and comment below!

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‘Read My Mind’….Just the mood I’m in.

On the corner of Main Street
Just tryin’ to keep it in line
You say you wanna move on and
You say I’m falling behind
Can you read my mind?
Can you read my mind?

I never really gave up on
Breakin’ out of this two-star town
I got the green light, I got a little fight
I’m gonna turn this thing around
Can you read my mind?
Can you read my mind?

The good old days, the honest man
The restless heart, the Promised Land
A subtle kiss that no one sees
A broken wrist and a big trapeze

Oh well I don’t mind, you don’t mind
‘Cause I don’t shine if you don’t shine
Before you go, can you read my mind?

It’s funny how you just break down
Waiting on some sign
I pull up to the front of your driveway
With magic soaking my spine
Can you read my mind?
Can you read my mind?

The teenage queen, the loaded gun
The drop dead dream, the Chosen One
A southern drawl, the world unseen
A city wall and a trampoline

Oh well I don’t mind, you don’t mind
‘Cause I don’t shine if you don’t shine
Before you jump tell me what you find
When you read my mind

Slipping in my faith until I fall
He never returned that call
Woman, open the door, don’t let it sting
I wanna breathe that fire again

She said I don’t mind, you don’t mind
‘Cause I don’t shine if you don’t shine
Put your back on me
Put your back on me
Put your back on me

The stars are blazing like rebel diamonds
Cut out of the sun
When you read my mind

‘Read My Mind’ by The Killers

 

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The Challenge of Bringing Home Baby #2. #HuggiesLatino

This is part of a sponsored campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and HuggiesHowever all opinions expressed are my own. 

Bringing home a new baby is already challenging enough, but bringing home a new baby when you have a 4 year old child who is used to being the only child and center of attention is another story.  This is one of the most recent parenting challenges that I have had to face.

My 4 year old Madison was so excited about becoming a big sister and I can assure you that we did everything we could do to mentally and emotionally prepare her for the big change within our household.  We bought her a book about the importance of becoming a big sister and read it to her quite a few times.  We had several conversations about how important she would be as the big sister.  I allowed her to help me pick out the nursery theme and we even revolved the baby shower around both her and I.  Therefore, she received big sister gifts in addition to the typical baby shower gifts that I received as well.  We really made a conscious effort to make sure she did not feel left out in anyway.

She was so excited waiting for her baby sister to arrive and when she did get here she was so happy to see her in the hospital, but then when we brought her home the reality of it all set in within her little 4 year old mind.  Suddenly there was this tiny being taking over her mom’s attention, and although I tried my best to not make Madison feel left out, it was difficult giving her the same attention that she was used to because I was nursing and recovering from a C-Section as well.

Before I knew it, I had a very unhappy little 4 year old.  She was having melt downs of epic proportion, she was having accidents at night, when she had already been sleeping through the night without pull-ups for 8 months already!  She would cry and tell me things like, “Mama, you don’t love me anymore.”  This broke my heart to hear and my husband and I were at our wits end about what to do.

Finally, we just knew that we would have to just keep reiterating to her how much we loved her and how much her baby sister would love her too.  Thank goodness she was sweet with Mia, her baby sister, and that her anger was only directed towards my husband and I.  Since I really couldn’t go out much at first, her daddy (my husband Mark) tried to take her out alone to do special things like ice cream dates and going to the movies.   Since I was nursing all the time, I would invite Madison into my room to read stories to her in bed, while I was nursing her sister.  I would also ask her to help me with the baby too and would praise her for doing such a great job when she did.

After a month things started to get back to normal.  Madison’s melt downs began to fade, she stopped saying I didn’t love her anymore, the nighttime accidents also stopped and soon our happy little girl returned.  It was a transition for all of us, but thankfully we got through it.

In parenting we face challenges all the time, some more challenging than others, so at least there are great, reliable baby products that we can rely on like Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers with New SureFit Design and its unique flexible waistband for all-around fit.  It provides up to 12 hours of leakage protection!  Also don’t forget about Huggies Natural Care Wipes with its New Triple Clean Layers.  Products like these certainly help parenting become a little bit easier on all of us.

Make sure to check out the series of Huggies’ parenting webisodes featuring Zuleyka Rivera and her son Sebastian!  Zuleyka is the Huggies spokesperson!  The webisodes will be uploaded monthly and can be viewed on the Huggies Latino Facebook page at www.facebook.com/HuggiesLatino.  You can check out the 2nd webisode below:

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I would love to hear your comments about your parenting challenges or just leave me a note to why you are a fan of Huggies!

 

 

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My Squiggly, Wiggly, 15 Week Old Baby! #HuggiesSureFit

This is part of a sponsored campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and Huggies.  However all opinions expressed are my own.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission Guidelines, 16 C.F.R Part 255.

My 15 week old baby girl Mia may not be crawling or walking yet, but this doesn’t mean she’s not active.  She’s squiggly and wiggly, constantly kicking her feet, learning to roll, and is already scooting herself around on her back! Therefore, she needs a diaper that can keep up with her evolving active ways.  Therefore, I tried the new Huggies Snug & Dry with SureFit technology. It offers up to 12 hrs of leak protection for your baby and so I wanted to see if it could pass the test with mine.

Recently, my baby girl Mia, my four-year old daughter Madison, and I had a packed full afternoon of running errands.  Of course like any mom I had my diaper bag on hand ready with several diapers and wipes.  Pleasantly surprised, I was able to get through with running my errands without a diaper change.  However, while driving home my 4-year old daughter Madison yells to me from the backseat of the car, “Mama, something smells stinky,” and of course I knew that the culprit was the adorable baby sitting next to her.  That’s when I said, “Yep, I think your baby sister did a stinky.”  We were already on our way home at this point, but we were stuck in some traffic, and all I kept thinking was, “Oh no, she’s just sitting in it and I’m afraid of what I might find once I take her out of her car seat.”  We arrived home and I brought the girls inside. I went to lift Mia, who certainly did have a big surprise waiting for me now, and I prepared myself for the gross leakage to be left behind on her clothes, and possibly down her leg.  So I lifted her and braced myself, but her clothes and body were completely dry.  I then brought her upstairs to change her and she most definitely had a full diaper, but the Huggies Snug & Dry with SureFit technology seemed to trap it all.  The exclusive waistband, with the new softer outer cover and less bulky more flexible absorbent pad had done their job and it just seemed to stop anything from leaking out of her diaper.  I was actually pretty amazed at what a great job it did!

I encourage all of you mommies out there to try it and also please take advantage of this Huggies Coupon as well available only at Target.  Also check out Former Miss Universe Zuleyka Rivera who is the new Huggies spokesperson! She recently unveiled a new parenting webisode series featuring her and her son Sebastian! Check it out here:

You can now also get in on an exciting Huggies GiveAway.  All you need to do is leave me a message on my Facebook page telling me why you want HUGGIES® Snug & Dry Diapers and Wipes for your baby. A winner will be chosen on Friday, July 26th. Leave your comments under the picture of my Huggies baby girl Mia right HERE!

  • Each winner will receive one pack of HUGGIES® Snug & Dry Diapers ($9.49) and one soft pack of HUGGIES® wipes ($1.97) for a total retail value of $11.46. Winners will be able to select their preferred diaper size (1, 2, 3, 4, or 5). 

Also check out the Huggies website at http://www.huggies.com/en-US

Like Huggies on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/HuggiesLatino

Here is the Huggies Coupon again! 

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I am Proud To Announce That I am A Huggies Latina Brand Ambassador! #HuggiesLatino

This is part of a compensated campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and Huggies.  However, all opinions expressed are my own.

HuggiesI am very excited to announce that I am a Huggies Latina Brand Ambassador!  I am a huge fan of Huggies, so I am thrilled that I will have the opportunity to share my personal experience with them as I use their trusted diapers with my newest addition to our family, our 3 month old Mia Grace!

I’m also proud to announce that the former Miss Universe Zuleyka Rivera has teamed up with Huggies as well!  She will be trying out their new and improved diapers and wipes and as part of her partnership, she will also offer real-life parenting tips via a monthly webisode series that includes personal moments with her and her son Sebastian.

This exciting partnership and webisodes were launched during an exclusive preview Huggies Latino Playdate event in New York that several Latina Mom Bloggers network members attended.

I would like to encourage all of my readers to grab a pack of Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers with its New SureFit Design! Also, don’t forget to get your Huggies Natural Care Wipes too with its New Triple Clean Layers!

Make sure to join Zuleyka as she puts Huggies to the test. Visit Huggies.com/tuprueba for more information on the new Huggies products.

Check out the monthly webisodes in Spanish here at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kw7jL06B0I, and follow the conversation on Twitter at @Huggies and #HuggiesLatino!  Join us on Facebook too at https://www.facebook.com/huggieslatino

Also visit the website at http://www.huggies.com or http://www.huggies.com/es-US.

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