California Parents Hide $20 Bills in Formula Containers and Diaper Boxes at Local Target Stores

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A California couple knows all too well what it’s like to struggle with money with a new baby at home — so now that they’re financially secure, they’re helping others who might be struggling to pay the bills.

Krystal and Patrick Duhaney recently visited several Target stores in Southern California, where they hid $1,000 in cash in baby products such as diapers and formulas.

The couple filmed themselves stuffing $20 bills into products around the stores, which they hope will make things a little easier for the moms and dads who find them.

Krystal and Patrick Duhaney recently visited several Target stores in Southern California

Krystal and Patrick Duhaney recently visited several Target stores in Southern California

They hid $1,000 in cash in baby products like diapers and formulas

They hid $1,000 in cash in baby products like diapers and formulas

Krystal and Patrick now have two children of their own and are doing well financially, thanks in part to Krystal’s company, Milky Mama, which provides breastfeeding support to mew parents.

But when they first started, they had a hard time.

‘Being a parent can be tough!’ Krystal, a registered nurse, wrote when she posted her viral video in April.

“When we had our first baby, we struggled to make ends meet. Now that I have a successful business, I wanted to give something back because I know how hard it can be.

“So hubby and I went to several @target stores in Southern California and hid money in baby gear,” she continued.

Krystal, a registered nurse, said they struggled to make ends meet when they had their first baby

Krystal, a registered nurse, said they struggled to make ends meet when they had their first baby

“Now that I have a successful business, I wanted to give back because I know how hard it can be,” she said zei

“Now that I have a successful business, I wanted to give back because I know how hard it can be,” she said zei

They visited Target locations in Signal Hill, Manhattan Beach and Carson

“Hopefully they brighten up their day and hopefully inspire others to, you know, spread joy and kindness,” she said.

“We hope the parents who buy these items have a better day finding our gifts.”

All in all, they spent $1,000 on reverse shopping, leaving cash under formula lids and stuffing bills into diaper boxes.

They visited Target locations in Signal Hill, Manhattan Beach and Carson.

“We really wanted to make it a little bit easier,” Krystal told KABC. “Hopefully they brighten up their day and hopefully inspire others to spread, you know, joy and kindness.”

She also emphasized that they did not tamper with products to get the money.

“Diaper containers are sealed. The diapers are packed in the box, as well as formula. It’s not like we put it in the powder. There is a cover,’ she explained.

All in all, they spent $1,000 on reverse shopping, leaving cash under formula lids and stuffing bills into diaper boxes.

All in all, they spent $1,000 on reverse shopping, leaving cash under formula lids and stuffing bills into diaper boxes.

She also emphasized that they did not tamper with products to get the money geld

She also emphasized that they did not tamper with products to get the money geld

She added: 'As parents raising two young children, it is very important for us to let our children know… kindness is important and that you never know what someone is going through'

She added: ‘As parents raising two young children, it is very important for us to let our children know… kindness is important and that you never know what someone is going through’

“So we were very, you know, intentional and we made sure to pay close attention to that sort of thing too, to make sure we didn’t contaminate anything.”

She added: “As parents raising two young children, it is very important for us to let our children know… that kindness is important and you never know what someone is going through.”

The video certainly touched others on social media, with commentators calling it “awesome” and “amazing.”

“This just warmed my heart,” one wrote.

‘This is gorgeous! Thank you for bringing a smile to the families who will receive these gifts,” said another.

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