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High Value Luvs Diaper Coupon

Calling all moms of little ones that need diapers! Luvs, the official diaper of experienced parents, is sharing the love with a $2.00 off print-at-home coupon offer, that won’t expire for 30 days from printing. All Luvs diapers are included in this promotion, except trial/travel packs.

Featuring super absorbent Leakguards and NightLock Plus™, its largest absorbency area ever, Luvs diapers lock away wetness and absorb even more than regular Luvs. The large re-fastenable stretch tabs make them easy to use, even on the go—perfect for our busy lifestyles. I love knowing that leaks won’t be a problem with the snug, contoured shape that hugs baby securely.

Luvs are available in sizes Newborn to 6, feature fun designs in every pack, and are easy to find in the aisle of your favorite drug, grocery or big box store.

By choosing Luvs, you get a premium product for a discounted price. Luvs is so sure you’ll prefer them, they offer a full money back guarantee. I have used them many times, always with great results. Be sure to follow them on Twitter and Facebook for more info and promotions.

 

This review was made possible by iConnect and Luvs. I was provided compensation to facilitate this post, but all opinions stated are 100% mine.

Free Skating & Bowling for Kids

Do your kids always complain that there’s “nothing fun” to do? (Yeah, mine too!) If so, check out these great offers that will keep them entertained without costing a fortune:

Kids Skate Free

Kids Bowl Free

Many locations all over America are participating, so it’s worth checking in your area. Just be aware that Shoe/Skate rental is extra if you don’t have any.

Donate Leftover Flowers to the Needy

Ever wondered what to do with leftover flowers bought for a big event? I sure have when I witnessed hundreds of gorgeous roses being tossed into the trash after an elaborate wedding! (Guests were allowed to take them home, but most declined. Such a waste, huh?)

The Full Bloom is a non-profit organization that accepts floral donations for the needy. They recut, repurpose, and recycle gently used flowers into bedside bouquets for patients in hospitals, hospice care, and nursing homes.

This idea is so ingenious, I’m surprised no one has tried it before. I’ve had multiple relatives that required long-term care and it gets so lonely and depressing for the patients. Many folks get no cards, no visitors, nothing. Imagine the joy that a surprise bouquet could bring to someone lying alone and sad all day in a hospital bed! And since the flowers are already paid for, there’s no additional cost for the giver. Win-win for all.