I remember when I was growing up, disposable diaper such as Pampers were a luxury to many parents. I remember folding napkins for my aunt, who was living with us when she was in confinement, to a point that I was getting to be a little expert napkin folder.. lol! Then as time flies, parents started relying on disposable diapers more and more. This is especially so for working parents who didn’t have time to continually wash their baby’s nappies. I also remember, Pampers being such a popular household brand that instead of calling disposable diapers what they are, we actually refer to them as Pampers. Funny right?
Anyway, celebrating their 50th birthday, Pampers Kicks Off Little Miracle Mission partnering with celebrity parents like Joey Lawrence, Ali Larter, Mark Consuelos and Lala Anthony at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. Basically what the program does is to support, protect and celebrate babies everywhere through acts of kindness to the families and their premature or ill newborn babies while at the same time encouraging parents to “pay it forward” and support others that are in the same shoes. The celebrity parents will be distributing care packages to the three-levels of the Neonatal Intensive Care of the Mount Sinai Hospital.
“I am honored to join Pampers in celebrating their 50th birthday and kicking off the Little Miracle Missions program,” commented Joey Lawrence. “Being a parent is one of the most difficult jobs in the world and I remember all the support my family and friends gave me, especially during the recent delivery of my daughter, Libby. My baby was delivered prematurely and I know first-hand what it’s like to be a parent having a baby in the NICU. That’s why it’s important for me to be able to lend that same support and awareness to others going through similar experiences. Pampers Little Miracle Missions program helps me to do that, and it gives you the chance to, as well. With your commitment to support a little miracle in your life, Pampers will respond to touch the lives of many more!”
Way to go Pampers and Happy Birthday to you!!
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