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Ask any parent and they will tell you that a baby is a miracle. In celebration of its 50th birthday, Pampers is recognizing how much parenting has changed over the years, and is sharing their belief that every baby is a little miracle that deserves to be celebrated, supported and protected, by unveiling its Little Miracle Mission campaign – a program that delivers acts of kindness to miracles and their families while encouraging parents to support others. You can help Pampers and the Little Miracle Mission by first liking the Pampers Facebook page and taking part in the missions. Mission 1 was for the Moms. Pampers threw baby showers for 1,000 moms to be. Pampers will issue different missions throughout the entire year to celebrate all aspects of parenthood, and with the help of parents, family and friends, they hope to touch the lives of every baby born in the next year. Now they are on to mission 2. Mission 2 is for the dads. If Pampers can get 4,000 people to take the pledge of keeping the kindness going, Pampers will throw special Father’s Day cook-outs for dads and babies across the country designed to give dads and their babies valuable bonding time. What do you have to do to take the pledge? It's easy. You just "like" the Pampers Facebook page and then you click "Miracle Missions" and then "I want to help". You even have the opportunity to enter the sweepstakes from Pampers to win free diapers and wipes for a year! When I looked at the Pampers Facebook page today there were only 143 of the 4,000 needed signed up.So lets get them to 4,000!
Pampers has challenged me to find a way to celebrate, support or protect a new little miracle in my community by giving me a $50 American Express gift card to pay it forward a random act of kindness to an expecting mom to be or a family with a new little miracle. I can use the $50 in any way I want to help the new parents. I thought maybe buy diapers or fix some frozen meals so Mom can tend to her new miracle and not have to worry about cooking. But I want to do as much as I can with the $50. That's where I need your help. How would you use the $50 to help a mom to be or new parents and their new little miracle(s)?
WIN it! To do your own random act of kindness, Pampers is offering a $50 American Express gift card giveaway to a Mama Bee Does reader so you can pay it forward to a little miracle in your community.
Mandatory entry (must be done for any extra entries to count): How would you use the $50 Amex card to pay it forward if you won? (Since I'm looking for ideas you can answer this question daily for the duration of the giveaway!)
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This giveaway will close May 23, 2011 at 11:59 pm ET. Of the valid entries I will use random.org to choose a winner. The winner will have 24 hrs to respond or I will draw another winner. Prize will be sent by Pampers not Mama Bee Does.
disclaimer: I received a $50 Amex card to give to a mom to be/ new parents to help them out with their new little miracle. I received nothing for myself for this post. Pampers is offering the $50 Amex card giveaway and it will be sent from Pampers not Mama Bee Does. And for those that had something to say about me doing this post... Yes I am a cloth diapering Mama but when it comes to helping others I do what I can. Not everyone can or wants to use cloth and I like to offer something for everyone not just cloth diaper users. I'm not a sell out just because I posted about Pampers especially since I received no payment for myself in joining this campaign.