Babylegs and Huggalugs

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When Paisley was born I had 2 pairs of Huggalugs waiting for her. What a breeze diaper changes are when you have leggies! Huggalugs are made in Australia and are the same design as the more mainstream Babylegs.

I went with the Huggalugs because of reviews stating that they were better for chunky thighs. After receiving 3 pairs of Babylegs (made in China) in the mail Saturday I would agree with this assessment.

Huggalugs and Babylegs also work great as arm warmers. My oldest daughter likes to wear a pair with her short sleeved shirts. Haven, my son, went to bed last night with some on his legs. Their ages are 6 and 4. The versatility of Huggalugs and Babylegs makes these a super buy.

I bought the Babylegs mainly for Paisley but she won’t leave anything on. So frustrating!

Babylegs can be purchased at many Targets, although I have not seen any at the Targets around me. I buy my Babylegs from Leslie’s Boutique. Each of the three pairs I bought were only $8!

Huggalugs can be purchased through their website or a co-op which allows you to save a lot of money. I did a quick search on diaperswappers and found this mama selling some BNIP (brand new in package) Huggalugs for $8. Here is a online boutique offering free shipping and $12 Huggalugs: Ultimate Baby Boutique.

There is something about Huggalugs and Babylegs that absolutely prevents me from buying just one! There are so many adorable prints! I wish my kids would wear them more often to justify more purchases :)

Just for fun here’s my wishlist:

Huggalugs: Handsome Stripe, Chocolate Zebra, Dinosaurs, Liberty, Bomber Jo, Choc Pink, Berry Mums, Rocket Man, and Orange Drops

Babylegs: Argyle, Giraffe, Heather Rainbow, Dark Rye, Pophearts, Brite Organic, and Flames.

Terrible huh?! I dare you NOT to buy any lol. I really am not trying to be a temptress but they’re so practical and cute!


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About Autumn Beck

Autumn is a wife, mother, homeschool teacher, friend and most important a follower of Christ. She began cloth diapering in 2005 and has experienced many joys and trials throughout the years. Autumn enjoys writing but would choose camping with her family any day!

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7 Responses to “Babylegs and Huggalugs”

  1. Rea Says:

    Huggalugs makes Elimination Communication soooo easy! (eliminationcommunication.org)
    marrickerea at gmail dot com

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  2. Dana Says:

    Heidi – thanks for posting that! And Autumn, thanks for bringing up the problem with BabyLegs and fatty babies. My 8 month old daughter has 11.5 inch thighs and though I love that BabyLegs are available at Target, sadly I cannot buy them. But thanks to Heidi, I can make them!

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  3. Autumn Beck Says:

    Haley (you really need to be cleaning your room), “what a breeze diaper changes are” means it makes it easy.

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  4. Haley Says:

    What’s is breeze diaper .

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  5. Autumn Beck Says:

    I wouldn’t put them on a child and go out in the cold. But you could have them as an additional under layer. Cold here in Texas is quite different than elsewhere. The kids have been playing outside with them lately but it’s only been in the 50′s.

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  6. Dae Says:

    can these be used for COLD weather?

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  7. Heidi Says:

    How funny! I’ve become obsessed w/ BabyLegs lately. They are still priced pretty high for my budget so I decided to make my own. I posted a simple and thorough tutorial on my blog:
    http://soapaholicsanonymous.blogspot.com/2008/12/babylegs-tutorial.html

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