Category Archives: Special Needs

I’ll Miss You, Designer Tub

Softly, silently, one of my precious daily household tools is apparently on its way out of existence: The Huggies Designer Wipes Tub.  I’ve checked Target.  I’ve checked Wal-Mart.  I even checked Amazon prime. All. Gone.  Huggies doesn’t even have it listed in its selections, and the only listing on Amazon looks like a third party seller– something I really don’t trust.  So I don’t think I’ll be ordering any.

These tubs infused dignity into my special needs diapering routine four years ago when I found out my little dolly girl was going to be in a diaper for an undetermined amount of time.  She’s still in those diapers, but I felt no shame pulling wipes from a subtly decorated, symmetric, stable tub with nonslip rubberized bumper lids on both ends.

I have stepped on them many times, and they never slipped out from under me and made me fall.

I don’t have to worry about them deflating and lookign ugly.

I can switch parts on them when they wear out.

But. They’re. Gone.


Thanks for the beauty in my living room, Huggies.

Hoping for a new solution, soon.