Huggies and Pull-Ups Brands Celebrated Mothers Day en Español

Dr. Isabel, who helped oversee the book’s editing , unveiled it at a special Mother’s Day luncheon for 150 underprivileged Hispanic Moms from the Boyle Heights area of Los Angeles. The Pull-Ups brand also chose this  venue to debut the first-ever Potty Quebradita, a Hispanic version of the famous Pull-Ups brand Potty Dance. Ten local toddlers entertained and surprised both audience and members of the media with this special rendition of the Potty Dance arranged to the rhythm of a traditional Mexican quebradita.

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