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Topic: Huggies

Huggies Helped This Blind Mom See Her Pregnancy Ultrasound by 3-D Printing the Baby

New vision of the maternal bond

Seeing ultrasound images is a special part of most pregnancies, but women who are blind, of course, don't get that experience. So, Huggies Brazil approximated it for one visually impaired…

Huggies Makes Pregnancy Belt for Men So They Can Feel Their Baby Kicking

Moms no longer have all the fun

Huggies and Ogilvy & Mather Argentina made a belt for men that allows them to feel their unborn baby's kicks. The belt is synced up with the real-time movements of…

Huggies App Sends You a Tweet Whenever Your Kid Pees in His Diaper

Parenting awards await

Today in useless marketing-driven product innovations, we have Huggies TweetPee, a little sensor dreamed up by Ogilvy Brazil that affixes to your baby's diaper, syncs with an app and tweets…

Huggies Flunks Dad Test, Alters Campaign

We're not idiots, fathers tell Kimberly-Clark

Huggies has pulled ads from its Facebook page after folks got cranky over the Kimberly-Clark brand's "Dad Test" campaign. A rash of complaints slammed the work for depicting fathers as…

Huggies ad freezes kid's trail of destruction

JWT New York pulls off a neat trick with this visually stunning Huggies spot, managing to be both high-concept and lowbrow at once, with a humorous mock apology at the…

Huggies ad visits theme park of parenthood

Huggies depicts the emotional experience of parenting as an amusement park in this lavishly detailed new commercial from Ogilvy South Africa. Some parents might disagree that childrearing is an…

Fashion-challenged babies try Huggies jorts

The cut-off jean-shorts fad may have lost its cool factor among adults, but Huggies has rolled out a denim-pattern diaper for its less fashion-conscious babies. Apparently, Huggies fought with…

Huggies ads capture babies' crapping faces

Ogilvy Brazil gets down to the nitty-gritty of diaper advertising with Huggies print ads showing babies giving their most determined pooping faces. The copy reads, simply, "Anytime. Anywhere." The…

Got serious speech problems? Try Huggies

Over at Adweek.com, Eleftheria Parpis is less than enamored by this Huggies spot from JWT featuring an expecting couple who can only say "me" (the wife) and "you" (the husband).…

Huggies sees workplace full of big babies

This Huggies ad from JWT might have worked better if they'd dressed babies up in business clothes and let them toddle around to their heart’s content. As it is, it…

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