I am new to this game. The game called motherhood. I had no idea what I was doing when she was first born, and now eight-weeks later, I am still trying to figure it out. And sometimes it still feels like I have no idea what I’m doing. I had to learn how to change a diaper and I still feel like I could use some lessons on that. I sometimes wish that the hospital sent me home with a how-to on motherhood.
Being a mom is hard. However, I am told that it gets easier and that the newborn stage is super tough. I think that the sleepless nights are the hardest. I’m a girl who has always loved, and I mean cherished my sleep. But, every morning and every night I look at that face, the face that I created with my husband and I melt to pieces. My daughter is the sweetest thing ever and I never knew love like this.
That is why I will always give her a mother’s promise. With my mother’s promise, it will come verbally, but also with my actions. I want to give her the best of the best, and make sure she has everything and anything she needs to be happy and healthy.
That is why I choose Pampers Premium Care diapers, here are just some of the awesome reasons I love them:
- absorb away liner
- breathable inside & out
- extra absorb channels
- wetness indicator line
- highest quality
As a new mom, having that indicator makes a huge difference and my advice to any new mom, is to make sure their diapers have that wetness indicator! You can purchase Pampers Premium Care diapers at Walmart and Walmart.com.
My verbal #MothersPromise is to love her always and encourage her to reach for the stars. I want her to know that she can do anything she puts her mind to and there should be nothing that should stand in her way. I will be her biggest cheerleader and supporter. And my promise is that she will always know that too.
I plan to print out my promise photo and display in her nursery for her to always have and know my promise to her. I hope she cherishes it as much as I do.
This is a sponsored collaboration with Pampers and Acorn Influence. All opinions are my own.