12/14/15

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The holidays are officially here - we've trimmed the tree, began our holiday baking and are getting ready to start celebrating with our family and closest friends.  I have always been a fan of Christmas, if you didn't already know. It's more than just Santa Claus and presents. It's celebrating everything that makes a family, a family. 
Christmas 2014
We have so many memories being parents to three beautiful kids. Our oldest daughter's first Christmas was our first Christmas as a family, she was only four months old! Our sons first Christmas was special because he was born premature, we were blessed to have him home and healthy for the holidays. Our youngest daughter's first Christmas was very special, she was born just a few days before the holiday! 

Make everlasting memories while they're young, start your traditions and record the moments. Take pictures, make videos and in a few years you and your children can look back on these. They grow up fast, enjoy their first Christmas.

Pampers is excited to spread some holiday cheer, wishing parents and their little ones all the best during the festive season. To celebrate, Pampers is re-releasing their heartwarming, Peace On Earth video! Check it out below, it's really sweet. 


We wish all of you the happiest of holidays with your loved ones! #PeaceOnEarth 

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43 comments:

  1. While visiting family (outside of Canada) we bought Pampers with many different pictures on them. And we all loved the farm animals prints. I wish we had them here in Canada too.

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  2. my favorite holiday moment was spending the first Christmas with my daughter. It made Christmas an extra special time of the year for us. I have always been a Christmas freak (they call me Kristen Christmas) but my daughter made it so much more special

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  3. Baking cookies with my kids every year makes for some pretty great memories

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  4. My fav memory is of my big Christmas dinners when I was a kid - surrounded by all my family! I hope my kids have such great memories when they are older too!

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  5. I loved the yummy Christmas dinner that we had every year, with my brother and I sitting at the low to the ground, tiny kids' table :).

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  6. My favourite Christmas would be the year my dad bought home a real tree. We only had it that one year, but I loved decorating it with tinsel and just smell it. My brother thought I was weird.

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  7. My brother being born on Christmas Morning is hard to forget...lol.

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  8. Spending christmas at my grandparents and all the extended family coming over for christmas dinner!

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  9. the best memories are the preparations like decorating and baking

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  10. As a kid there was no tree or decorations on Christmas eve but when we got up Christmas morning it was magic. The tree was up and presents under the tree.

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  11. I remember singing carols with my siblings. It was special.

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  12. We'd always drive around to check out Christmas lights on Christmas eve. It was awesome.

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  13. I remember as a kid being packed in the car to travel to both grandparents for turkey dinner :)

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  14. One of my favorite memories was driving all over our town with my mom looking at the Christmas lights before we went to midnight mass each year.

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  15. My favourite holiday memory is going on the holiday train with my grandparents, parents, aunts, uncles, cousins and siblings in Stanley Park as a kid.

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  16. My favourite holiday memory is having my husband come home from working far away, after not seeing him for 4 months! It was great!

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  17. All my memories are about my parents making Christmas as magical for us kids. They'd decorate overnight to surprise us!

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  18. my very first christmas with my son, he was so amazed by the lights

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  19. the first christmas with my niece was very special

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  20. Baking cookies with my mother and now that she is passed away I think of her and our baking every Christmas

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  21. My favorite is always the Xmas decorations and lights.
    Florence C

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  22. My daughter's first Christmas when she was mesmerized by the lights - it makes me smile every time I think of it.

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  23. My favourite christmas memory was when I found my kitten under the tree with a bow.

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  24. my favourite was the year i was around 11. My dad had been in hospital for3 months, they brought him home for a few days just for christmas in an ambulance..us kids we so shocked and happy to see him! was a huge surprise for us!

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  25. My favorite holiday memory is going to christmas parties at my grandparents :)

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  26. My favourite memories as a child were waking up super early with my brother and sister, and trying so hard, but not so successfully, to wait until a decent hour to wake our parents up so we could open presents.

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  27. when I first took my daughter to see santa and she cried her eye out ..then out of the blue decided that she liked him LOL
    marla

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  28. My favourite memory is when my son got a Caillou movie for Christmas, his excitement was the most I have ever seen.

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  29. My favourite memory is from the late 60s when we made marzipan with my grandmother before the days of food processors. It was a lot of work but the memory is one I will always cherish!

    Thanks

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  30. I remember my aunts/uncles and cousins all coming for christmas growing u there was about 50 of us in total and boy did we have fun

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  31. This is our baby's first Christmas! She's 5 months old and loves looking at the Christmas trees.

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  32. My favourite holiday memory is the Christmas we spend at my parents house 6 years ago, before my Dad passed away, it was extra special because we were all together.

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  33. My granddaughter being born on Christmas Eve; a very special birthday!

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  34. my favourite memory is the year, my daughter got her doll house, the elves had been busy all night building the furniture. we made a great team

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  35. My favourite holiday memory is one Christmas when i was a child we spent it at the cabin and had a read tree!

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  36. My favorite memories are of baking gingerbread with my mom.

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  37. I loved watching my daughter come down the stairs Christmas morning

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  38. My favorite holiday memory this year was the excitement of our dog this year, it was like having another kid!

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  39. Spending christmas at my grandparents and all the extended family coming over

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  40. My favorite holiday memory is going in the woods with my father when we were young to cut the perfect Christmas tree,

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  41. The Christmas my cousin surprised me when I was living in Northern BC is my favourite holiday memory.

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  42. My favorite holiday memory from this year would be seeing my daughters face when she opened her guitar

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  43. My favourite holiday memory was the year it snowed on Christmas Day when my family was visiting from Australia. It rarely snows here at Christmas in BC, so it was special for all of us, but especially all my cousins who had never seen snow before - it was magical!

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