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Camo Diapers Coming to Walmart

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Check out this limited-edition camouflage diaper from Huggies—it's set to be sold at Walmart stores nationwide for a period of three months, with one diaper from every package sold being donated to a military family. This isn't the first time diaper manufacturers have tried to up the fashion ante on baby's bottoms—remember the denim diaper craze of 2010? USA Today also calls out ruffles, florals, and argyle prints. "It's all about moms getting compliments from other moms," advertising psychologist Renee Fraser told the paper. "Babies don't compliment each other on their diapers. Moms do." [USA Today]