Pal 15/11/2019 - 13:15

Let’s support Pampers on World Prematurity Day

Ahead of World Prematurity Day this Sunday (17th November), us Squaddies are supporting the #PampersForPreemies campaign.

As part of their commitment to the happy and healthy development of every single baby, Pampers have partnered with Bliss, the UK’s leading prematurity charity. Together, they want to provide support to babies who are born too soon and we’ve made it our mission to help!

Pampers Preemie Protection

For every special social post that we share over the course of this project, Pampers will donate £1 to Bliss so these tiny little ones have the best possible start in life.

How to get involved:

  1. Show your heart pics
    Make the shape of a heart using your hands and snap a pic (see example on Project info page). It could be you or your little one but we want you to show your heart and share to social media with #PampersForPreemies & #PamperSquad. Let’s let the love flow all over social media with you pic and a short message like “I support #PampersForPreemies”.

  2. Share your story
    1 in 13 babies are born prematurely. That means many Squaddies will have personal experience of life with a premature baby. If your little one has an extra special birth story, we want you to share your story and maybe even a pic

  3. Let us know
    Share your online post with us via the online report tool and be in with the chance to win a £40 Asda Gift Card.

Share your post

For every social media post with #PampersForPreemies, Pampers will donate £1 to Bliss. What’s more for every pack of Pampers purchased at Asda between now and January 7th, Pampers will donate a Pampers Preemie Protection nappy to a little one in need.

@all: Do you have a preemie baby story to share?

10 Comments

Bekbek Verified 15/11/2019 - 16:40

I did not have a preemie baby, but my daughter was fairly small, I should of brought her size 0 nappies but I did not know about them until much later :/ I have a few friends who have had very preemie babies and having the correct size nappies really helped them, it gave them one less thing to worry about, that their babies were comfortable and the nappies did not get in the way of all the medical equipment.

fayedaniels Verified 15/11/2019 - 18:57

We do! Our little one was born at 35 weeks weighing 4lb 9oz. He is now a big, strong, healthy 14 month old and it's been pampers all the way from preemie taped to size 4 nappy pants!

Simplegirlviv Verified 15/11/2019 - 21:09

My daughter had her little girl at 35+5. She was born with a cleft lip and palette. She was supposed to come in January 2017 but I knew she would arrive early. I had already bought in some newborn pampers but had to rush out after her birth and get the pampers that actually fitted her, we had to buy micro pampers. She couldn’t take her bottle on her own so needed to be tube fed so she was in the micro nappies for a few weeks. She was in an incubator in just her nappy and a hat.

Michelle1981 • 15/11/2019 - 22:23

My twin girls were born by emergency section at 34 weeks due to fetal distress of twin 1 and her growth basically stopping from 28 weeks pregnant they went straight to neonatal care where twin 1 received high flow oxygen for 24 hours, they were both tube fed because they really struggled to suck on bottles but twin 1 took a while longer to master that also because of her size but they are both away with there heads down now. they were in neonatal for a week then onto scbu for two weeks they have been on pampers size 0 from birth to now onto size 2 and size 3 for twin 2, my girls are my miracle babies that were a big surprise but I wouldn’t change them or there nappy brand in any way

Charleyloire02 Verified 16/11/2019 - 07:37

I do have a premie baby. My youngest son was born at 28 weeks weighing 2 pounds 12 ounce. He spent 50 days in NIU. He's 1 on the 5th December and he's fully healthy! I'd happily share my story as this is something vrr close to my heart.

Preemiemum19 • 16/11/2019 - 14:11

My baby girl was born at 31+5 via emergency caesarean. She weighed 3lb 3oz! We remember the days of the pampers size 0 nappies, I’ve even saved one to show her when she gets older!!

Lizttwalsh Verified 16/11/2019 - 23:05

My little girl was born at 23+4 weeks weighing 1lb 3 Oz. It was a journey I never imagined I would ever face but whilst it was a rollercoaster after 119days spent in two different hospitals away from home she was able to come home. She’s nearly 3 and thriving and meeting all her milestones. Xxx

Sdavey123 Verified 18/11/2019 - 18:42

Iv had 2 premmies one at 32 weeks and 1 at 35 both due to pre eclampsia. Pampers premie nappies were a god send. This little lady is likely to be premature too again due to.pre eclampsia and we will again be relying on pampers premmies. It's scary enough having tiny babies without the worry of nappies being the size of them. Thank you pampers for considering sizes for tiny babies

Cokudan Verified 19/11/2019 - 13:24

My girl was born 36 weeks and size nappy is 1 and now she is 3 months and am so happy that she is in my world and also thank you to pampers for creating the best nappys

Tay82 Verified 20/11/2019 - 15:05

My first little girl was born at 36 weeks and it’s scary having them in ICU. I can’t begin to imagine what parents of babies born many weeks premature go through. I have tweeted, brought products and donated as it’s such an amazing cause to help and support

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