5/4/16

Posted in participation with the #PampersBabyPanel blogger program. Opinions and comments on this blog are those of the author. 


Being a Mother means that we wear about one hundred different hats a day as we navigate the new waters of parenthood. Being a Mother means more than dirty diapers and cleaning up messes. We are care takers, nurses, helpers, cooks, confidants, and teachers. Our days, dedicated to making life better for our baby, teaching them and trying to give them only the best as they grow up quickly before our eyes.


Nobody said it would be easy, my Mother showed me that even before I became a Mother myself. She was always there in situations throughout my entire life so far Those times when I didn't even have to tell her I needed her, she knew. Through the good times and the bad, over the years, we have grown closer thanks to her teachings. I see my mother in myself as I raise my family now. 

She knew she wanted only the best for me, even as an adult she wants the best for me and now my children. 


Every baby shower gone by, she has gifted us with the best gift ever - Pampers diapers and the knowledge that babies really do need the best we can give them, even diapers. Seriously, a tip for you new moms out there: you cannot have enough diapers and you need to get the best ones. Remember, a happy baby makes a happy mommy! I have used Pampers diapers and wipes on all three of my children. Compared to other brands, they are my absolute favourite and I highly recommend the investment if you use disposable diapers and wipes. 

My mother has taught me so much through life, diapers were just the beginning. 

Have you seen the new "Thank You Mom" video in celebration of the upcoming Olympics? Once again, P&G brings us a tear-jerker that will make you want to call home to Mom. Check it out by clicking here!


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  • Ivory Snow Detergent 1.18L
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  • Pampers Baby Wipes Sensitive 3X Pack
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29 comments:

  1. One thing my mom taught me was to focus on what you like about yourself opposed to what you don't like.

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  2. One thing my Mom taught me was to stand up for what you think is right. (Judy Cowan)

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  3. She taught me to be independent. Victoria Ess

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  4. One thing my mom taught me was to open minded and understanding.

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  5. To be successful, I must always put full effort into anything I do.

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  6. One thing my mom taught me was dont judge other just treat everyone you meet with respect.

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  7. be patient. It really comes in handy
    (Debbie W)

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  8. She taught me to always be kind to others

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  9. One thing my mom taught me was HOW TO MAKE the best pie crust ever lol...although she still makes me pies and she's 77

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  10. My Mom taught me to stick up for myself.

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  11. Was to be myself & not worry about what others think!

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  12. she taught me how to stand up for myself

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  13. One thing my mom taught me was to be kind.

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  14. My mom taught to always lol for the good in others. To see the positive. It's what helps me the most when things are tough.

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  15. To work hard and to be always conscientious of others.

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  16. My mom taught me the value of hard work.

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  17. Mom taught me to be patient, and accept the things I can't change. This has helped me many times!

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  18. My mother taught me how to cook.

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  19. My Mom taught me to always be kind. You never know what battles someone is fighting and a little kindness can go a long way

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  20. Attitude is the most important thing in determining how your day goes.

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  21. One thing my mom taught me was to trust my intuitions.

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  22. My husband and I welcomed our 2nd tiny love into our family on April 28th. My Mom has been my biggest supporter and loudest cheerleader. She always puts other before herself and I’d be lost in this crazy parenthood game without her! My greatest Mom memory has to be when we welcomed home our 1st son. It saddens me to admit this but it wasn’t until that moment…watching her love, kiss, hold and interact with him that I realized there was a day, a moment in time (so be it long ago and so very quick) that she held me like that. I watch her with my boys. I see her hum to them, rock them for hours and kiss them all over and I know now how very much she loved me when I came into her world! If I had it to do all over again I would have loved her better. I wouldn’t have made her cry or worry…I would have tried harder! And it was at that moment that I truly appreciated her…for all she is and all she’s done! She has taught me how to be a mother! <3

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  23. she taught me to speak up for myself. I was always so shy.

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  24. One thing my mom taught me was to always believe in myself.

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