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For the past few weeks, I’ve been having a baby dance-off on Instagram for the chance to win a year supply of Pampers Cruisers. I was supposed to narrow it down to the final two today, but that proved IMPOSSIBLE. I narrowed it down to the top eight instead.

This way, you don’t have to miss out on some truly fabulous little dancers.

Well, “fabulous” might be a bit strong. I don’t know if any of these kids are going to be dancing on Ellen quite yet, but give them a year or two and they might have a shot.

Please remember to vote for your favorite at the end of the post. The tiny dancer with the most votes wins!

Asher Dancing to Watch me whip:

A video posted by @aresdenouimet on


Gia dancing to Ca$h out:



Mia dancing to papa americano:

A video posted by Jackie???? (@hereisjackie) on


Archer dancing to Frozen:



Eliott dancing to Watch me whip:

A video posted by erynn lord (@erynnlord) on


Preston dancing to uptown funk:


A video posted by Gina D’Amico (@gdamico119) on


Addison dancing to banana:

A video posted by Jenny ???? (@jennylu02) on


Nealy dancing to Cheerleader:



You can vote once a day until the contest ends on September 8th at 9pm EST. See the full rules here.

First place gets a year supply of Pampers Cruisers and second place gets a six month supply.

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Pampers Cruisers have been newly redesigned to distribute wetness evenly, preventing the sag that can slow your baby’s swag. See how they work here. Hopefully, this means your baby’s diaper will never again get in the way of your baby’s grooves again.

If your baby wasn’t one of the dancers selected, you still have the chance to win a six month on the @mommyshorts Instagram account. Watch for the giveaway!

Check back on September 8th at 9pm when I will announce the winner.


Congrats to Nealy who won first place in the dance-off and a year supply of Pampers Cruisers! A second congratulations goes to runner-up Asher who will take home a six-month supply.

I know there was a lot of controversy over cheating and bots in the comments, so I did look into it. I run my contests through Poll Daddy and I contacted their support service to see if anything fishy was going on. They looked at the backend and reported back that they did not see any suspicious activity. There’s not really any more I can do beyond that. Thanks to everyone for participating! I hope it was more fun than stress.

Please contact to claim your prizes.


This post was sponsored by Pampers, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.