Honored to be working with Pampers (and here’s why)

As more and more bloggers and emerging, we’re seeing more and more opportunities come our way.  I’ve had the ability to work with some of my most favorite brands and companies over the last couple of years, and it’s been such a TREAT for me! These are brands and companies whose products are actually in my home day after day after day… especially after being a mom!

Pampers is a brand I’ve “grown” up with in my mom years. I was handed a Pampers diaper in the hospital when I had my William, and that was it. Being able to work with Pampers now on their Blogger Baby Board has been a dream come true for me, I am a true lover and advocate of the brand and I just love being able to work with them and get to know their team better and better.

Pampers “For every little miracle” campaign is a campaign that touches my heart in ways I cannot even begin to describe. You may have heard of the campaign already, which launched in conjunction with the brand’s 50th birthday. It reflects Pampers philosophy that no matter who they are, and how they come into the world – every baby is a little miracle.

Pampers goal is to celebrate and support every baby. This campaign pays tribute to the tremendous cultural shift in the notions of traditional family and the road to parenthood that’s taken place over the last five decades…

Enjoy this INCREDIBLE commercial they have made in conjunction with the campaign (grab a tissue!).

Honored to be working with Pampers (and here’s why) was last modified: June 21st, 2011 by Audrey McClelland
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Honored to be working with Pampers (and here’s why) was last modified: June 21st, 2011 by Audrey McClelland