Pal 05/05/2018 - 08:00

Share the love with #ThankYouMidwife

Cast your mind back now to the hours immediately after you’d given birth to your little one. Did you spend hours lovingly gazing at your new little bundle? Did you drift into a well-deserved sleep? Did you manage to find your midwife and thank them for their support?

Share your stories with #ThankYouMidwife Midwives are incredibly important to us during labour but in the hours and day afterwards, our brand-new little one is all consuming. So, whether you had the chance to show your appreciation at the time or not, now is the time to share Squad love for midwives everywhere.

Here’s how to share the love! Proudly use the #ThankYouMidwife and include:

  • @pampersworld On Instagram

  • @PampersUKIre on Facebook &

  • @Pampers_UK on Twitter
    This is the most important part! For every single hashtag, Pampers will donate £1 towards the Royal College of Midwives’ Benevolent Fund.

  • Add some lovely content – the Pampers team would love to hear stories of what made your marvellous midwife special. What are you most thankful for and did she or he use any funny phrases or encouraging words to help you to push through? Include a pic of you and your smiling little one now, we bet your midwife will be pleased as punch to see it.


Share on Facebook

OR post on Instagram with #ThankYouMidwife and the Instagram handle @pampersworld

Be sure you include: The name of the hospital and, if you can, the name of your midwife. As well as donations, social media shares could see your favourite midwife having his or her staffroom completely transformed by a dedicated Pampers design team!

Send us the link from your posts, here

And you can benefit too, the Pampers Team will be reading each of your posts and the ones which will stand out will be in with a chance of winning a month’s supply of free Pampers nappies. Nice!

@all: Where have you shared your story so far?


Sprogsbirmingham Verified 05/05/2018 - 15:53

Shared on Instagram and Facebook. I've had 3 babies and every midwife I had was amazing! From the community midwife, delivery midwife and ward midwives. So well deserved!!

Angemala Verified 05/05/2018 - 17:02

All female pics are far too common for midwives. During my pregnancy I went to a male midwife with questions so many times - he really help soothe my fears constantly. I think the men in the field are almost always overlooked. I know how they feel as I'm a woman in a male dominated field and I really wanted to give them the acknowledgement they deserve. Sexism goes both ways :)

Pickle10 • 05/05/2018 - 21:45

Only have the one little one at the mo didn't have a great time giving birth at reading royal berks and so gutted I didn't have a great midwife but had an amazing nursery nurse for my little one her name is bookey she was amazing don't know wat I would of done without her

Olaonwunli Verified 05/05/2018 - 21:46

Shared mine on Twitter 😊

LFQY27 Verified 11/05/2018 - 18:26

Had mostly lovely midwives throughout my labour in July 17. The midwife and student midwife who came in at 8am and was amazing at encouraging me to try and move to help my baby and increase my chances of a natural birth. They couldn't have been more supportive as I was rushed to theatre for an emergency C-section. They were amazing and the student stayed with me while I was still in theatre and my husband and daughter went into recovery. They got me moved to the ward so quickly so my sister could see me and my daughter. I was so full of painkillers I never said thank you to them. I was lucky enough to have the same midwife in charge of my care two days later so I got to thank her for everything she done. I was exhausted at this point and desperate to go home. She was so supportive and said she would either get me discharged or if I needed to stay in she would get me a private room. I was so lucky to have her come and tell me that I was being discharged at the end of her shift, I got to walk out with her.

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