Squaddie Hub

Squaddie Hub: a place where we can come together as parents to connect and share ideas for keeping the little ones entertained and ourselves happy and relaxed over the coming weeks.

17/04/2020 to 31/12/2023

Pampers-Team 13/05/2020 - 13:00

Your unique stories

Every single story about birth is unique, empowering and mind-blowing in its own way. Whether you managed yours in a cool five hours or you were still going 48 hours later, we want to hear all about it.

Birth stories Thank you to Mummytoarealprincess, Louisestretton and ChelseaEsmai for sharing their stories.

Us Squaddies been sharing our stories using the nifty Insta graphic and we thought we’d show you a few of our faves.

@rowan.and.mummy had a super sweet tale of her birth experience at Leicester Royal hospital where her midwives were amazing:

“The care I received after birth was second to none and the midwives were amazing throughout the stay and very reassuring and helpful when it came to learning the ropes of breastfeeding. I'll always be thankful…”

While @workhardparentharder shared her experience with an unplanned caesarean at Watford General:

“17 hours and an urgent caesarean later my little Oliver was born! The midwives at Watford General were amazing angels and I’ll always be grateful for the slice of toast post-surgery.”

We’ve had loads of fab Insta stories to look at too, thanks to everyone else who has shared to Insta.

If you still want to get involved then it’s not too late. Here’s how:

  1. Screenshot or download the graphic on our birth stories post
  2. Go to your Insta stories and use the stamps, gifs and icons to fill in the blank spaces
  3. Be sure to include #PampersSquad and #ThankYouMidwife so that we can see your pics
  4. Send the URL or the screenshot to us so that we can share some with rest of the Squad.

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@all: Do you love reading your fellow Squaddies stories?


Mani72 Verified 24/05/2020 - 23:43

Yes, they're great to read.

humma19 Verified 04/06/2020 - 15:59

Yes, they're great to read.

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