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May 5th is the International Day of the Midwife and we’re supporting the Pampers team and raising a cuppa to say a huge thank you to the midwives that safely delivered our little ones into the world.
72% of little ones are born during the night and many midwives don’t even have a decent place to have a cuppa during their long shifts. Pampers want to change this and have already made over three midwives’ staff rooms and want to do even more!
Our May's theme:
Raise a cuppa to say #ThankYouMidwife
Your challenge is to:
- Share an Insta pic OR video of you raising a cuppa to your midwife (include your little one in their Pampers nappy too)
- Use the hashtags #PampersSquad, #ThankYouMidwife, #IDM2019 and tag the Pampers Team with @pampersuk_ire
- Comment and tag your midwife to see them in with a chance of winning a Pampers hamper!
As always, one lucky Squaddie will be our moment of the month and win Pampers nappies for a month, so share your posts and send us the URLs to your links.
Share Pampers Moments
Thank You Midwives
I wrote this post the raise awareness for all that midwives do. I wouldn't have got through my pregnancy without mine especially my hospital midwife Mandy Lisle in Nevill Hall she deserves so much that I wish I could give because I don't know where I would have been without Her! Midwives and amazing people!
A gift from the angels...thank you midwife
My angel loves his pampers pure & raising a cuppa to all the angel midwives out there.....
Thank you midwives
We are so lucky to have outstanding dedicated midwives around the clock looking after us parents and helping us deliver our babies! I'd like to especially thank Helen and Chloe for helping me safely deliver my special little rainbow baby nine months ago at Yeovil Women's Hospital on the 70th anniversary of the NHS, they truly were amazing! So many thanks to them.
#thankyoumidwife from Flossie
This is our thank you to our midwife along with our review of Pampers Pure nappies.
International Day of The Midwife
After a big feed and bath he's so relaxed and looking so big in his nappies.
Miss April Shaw
This moment definitely is close to my heart and I’m very happy to participate and help get midwives all over the world acknowledge for their amazing work every day.
Thank you midwife
Raising a cuppa to support our midwives.
International Day of the Midwife
Every day I feel a little bit more anxious because my little baby girl is overdue and she does not seem ready to meet us yet! But in this day I wanted to join the Pampers Team and take the chance to say thank you to my lovely midwife who keeps supporting me answering to all my questions and clearing my doubts!
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