Lieb Baby 2 is due any day now and one of the things I was so thankful for after Jude was born was the numerous friends and family members that organized a month of meals to be delivered to us. It was such a relief to not worry about cooking dinner so we could focus on becoming new parents and bonding with our baby. I am so thrilled that we still have such a great community around us for baby 2 but realize not everyone is as blessed as us.
I love to help organize, prepare, and deliver meals to new parents. It’s one of the small, but extremely helpful tasks that almost anyone can do to help support families. We have many friends expecting within the next few months and I plan to pay it forward by providing them with home-cooked meals after their baby is born.
In celebration of its 50th birthday, Pampers is recognizing how much parenting has changed over the years and is sharing its belief that every baby is a little miracle that deserves to be celebrated, supported, and protected, by unveiling its Little Miracle Mission campaign – a program that delivers acts of kindness to miracles and their families while encouraging parents to support others.
The brand recently kicked off the Little Miracle Missions campaign by delivering a giant act of support –donating care packages to Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) across the country.
To participate you can ‘like’ Pampers on Facebook and then go to the Miracle Missions tab and commit to Mission 2 by clicking “I Want To Pledge.” Once more than 4,000 people pledge, Pampers will respond by giving Father’s Day Cookouts to dads and babies across the country. The mission is to help give dads the time they and their babies deserve to bond. As it’s so critical to his baby’s development. Just running some of his errands, covering his late meeting at work, or helping him out with some chores at home can make room for some precious quality time with his little miracle. Pick one or one of your own and tell us how it goes.