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Friday, October 4, 2013

Walmart and Pampers welcomes new babies! #PGMom {#giveaway}

When I was preparing to have my first baby almost sixteen years ago {gasp} I had a lot of questions and was looking for answers.  I did everything which I thought was right, including playing classical music to my baby bump and taking my vitamins religiously.  Not to mention many glassfuls of milk a day. {I haven't had a glass of milk since I was pregnant with my last baby}  We attended pre-natal classes and walked into the hospital to deliver with a birth plan in place.

However, my pregnancies were never easy or smooth.  I always had to be on steroids to try to keep my disease in check.  My babies were all considered high risk and while I loved being pregnant it was also the scariest time of my life.  My best advice for any new-mom-to-be is find a great OB doctor and put your trust in him/her.  I was so blessed to be referred to the wonderful Dr. Natale in London, ON.  To this day, I still think of him often and give thanks to him for helping me get through difficult pregnancies.

Good news for new moms

Walmart and P&G have began a cross-country sponsorship of pre-natal programs in hospitals and community centers, by providing soon to be parents with special gift bags containing Pampers products!   A reusable Walmart bag will include helpful information, a package of Pampers Swaddlers {the #1 choice of new parents} and a sample of Pampers wipes.    **This new program will reach 55 000 Canadian families.**  

 

And, guess what??  There's a giveaway to enter right here too!

Canadians - Please enter to win a prenatal gift pack!  Value $65.00
  • Reusable Walmart bag
  • Pampers Newborn Swaddlers
  • Pampers Wipes sample
  • Educational pamphlet courtesy of Walmart & P&G 
  • $50 Walmart  gift card



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68 comments:

Holly Messana said...

Best tip, sleep when your baby sleeps....very important for your mental and physical health

Glogirl said...

My tip is to enjoy every stage of your newborn's life. Time passes too quickly and you need to treasure the newborn stage.

Annie1 said...

to accept help if its offered and to ask for help if its needed!

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Tanis S said...

No tips as I'll be a new mom in November. One that I've read a lot, though, is sleep while I can, and then when baby arrives, sleep when she sleeps!

Stephanie LaPlante said...

Take help when offered and cuddle

Jeannie Lam said...

My tip would be to get a good baby carrier. It's great to calm a fussy baby and allows you to bond with your baby while getting a walk in or any work around the house.

Lori's Place said...

Number one tip, get as much sleep when you can as you can.

Jonnie (JB) said...

My number 1 tip is to take any help offered. If someone offers to lend a hand it's because they really want to so enjoy the break.

Victoria S said...

Get rest whenever you can -- even if you don't feel tired.

Victoria Ess

Julie Bolduc said...

Sleep when the baby sleeps

Lisa Bolduc said...

I don't know. I am due with my first in feb

Alessandrina said...

Get enough rest/sleep when the baby does - so do you! Housework can wait!
Cheers.

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Heidi said...

Get lots of snuggle time in. They grow quickly.

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Kat E.
My #1 tip is don’t compare yourself to other Moms

Belinda M said...

My tip is to accept help when it is offered. Being a new parent is overwhelming and exhausting

Areta said...

Sleep when the baby sleeps!

Debbie said...

If family offers to help...accept it.
(Debbie W)

Lori Bazan said...

Listen to others but always trust your own instincts!

Dianne said...

My advice is to not worry if your house is as spotless as it was before your baby arrived. Get rest and enjoy your baby and once you have settled into your new routine the rest will fall into place.

409cope said...

Don't be too hard on yourself, everything doesn't need to be perfect!

Sweet Panda said...

My advice is no one is born to be a perfect mom. Ask for help when needed and rest whenever you can

Josh Siemens said...

Rest while you can!

Lori Butler said...

not to stress out, it's a learning experience for mom and babe

lelalacc said...

get lots of rest, trust your instincts, and don't worry about accepting help when offered

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Tricia said...

I indulge with a little bit of chocolate!!

flowerchild said...

sleep when baby sleeps

Sue2Sueper said...

Sleep whenever the baby sleeps, you will need all your energy when the baby is awake.

Mary Ireland said...

Never refuse help. You can always use the sleep.

Rebecca Parsons said...

My #1 thing is trust your instincts because you are doing it right. It is so hard to know what to do but I think trusting your instincts always works.

Heidi Carlson-Reid said...

Accept all offers of help and don't ever hesitate to ask for help!

ksceviour said...

dont over do it yourself,take help from others!
(Karla Scveviour)

tobyhir said...

Don't sweat the small stuff rather embrace and enjoy every moment!

Rebby said...

Make sure to take good care of yourself - eat well excersise (with baby) and get as much rest as possible!

Fan R. said...

Be patient and sleep whenever you have an opportunity.

Kristi R. said...

When you go to the hospital to deliver, you don't need tons and tons of stuff. My first baby I took everything on the lists I could find, and ended up with an obscene amount of baggage. Second time around, I only had 1 bag, and it was enough.

Martina - GetReal Momma said...

Don't rush them to grow up or get to the next milestone.savour the moment

Angela M said...

Trust your instincts and don't be afraid to ask for help.

SG said...

Stock up your freezer in advance, and make sure your partner or a friend takes some time off for the first few weeks to get you through it!

Andrea L said...

Sleep when your baby sleeps! Your rest is so important, and the other stuff will wait

Katherine said...

BREASTFEED as long as possible

Michelle B said...

Put your feet up and enjoy the precious quality time with your new born. They grow up too fast.

Amy Brown said...

My tip is to cook freezer meals ahead of time
thanks

Jennifer L. said...

My number one tip is to sleep or at least lie down when your baby goes to sleep. Don't try to clean or get caught up on emails. Get your sleep!

Ashley said...

To not let anyone make you second guess your ability to a mom to your own child! Trust your instincts!

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carschick2000 said...

Enjoy this time with your little one and figure out what works for you!

Andrea said...

don't be afraid to ask for help

Judy C said...

Get some sleep when you can and take time for cuddles (Judy Cowan)

Olivia @ This West Coast Mommy said...

You can't spoil an infant. Hold them and love them as much as you can.

Nicolthe pickle said...

Sleep when the baby sleeps. That's about the smartest thing you can do at first.

Andrew Pham (apham17) said...

Sleep when the baby sleep and don't be afraid to ask for help!

Brenda Penton said...

My tip is to ask for help when needed so you can relax and catch up on everything.

Tammy D said...

sleep when baby sleeps and take help from family and friends
(Tammy Dalley)

josiefiorda said...

say yes to everyone who offers to help you with anything

loven mommy said...

it will be hard but all you have to do is do your best and don't fret the small stuff.

Lisa Brown said...

Tip: get help, if you can or need it and try to get enough sleep.

Teresa Claire said...

Take time to be with baby. The housework can wait. My daughter is 25 this year and I honestly cannot believe how quickly the time went!

Nicole B said...

Sleep whenever you can!

Bons said...

Get rested whenever possible

Lisa Smith said...

Make sure daddy has a list of duties!

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My tip would be to take advantage of all the help you are offered! Ask for help if necessary.
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Beth Gallinger said...

My tip is to get sleep whenever possible.

Diana said...

Take the time that you have with the baby while feeding to rest and enjoy every moment you are able to sit. Accept help when it is offered.

Flo said...

Relax and enjoy your little one. They don't be long growing up.

Florence C

missbobloblaw said...

Let people you trust help out so you can rest and get some sleep!

Samorjj said...

Accept help!

Elaine Bolduc said...

sleeeeeeep, sleep when baby sleeps

Cathy C said...

My tip is get the hospital bag ready and make sure you have a car seat ready and installed Then relax as much as possible

Christy Martin said...

Probably the most common tip: sleep whenever the baby sleeps!