You’re Doing OK, Mom!

#YoureDoingOKMom Johnson's Baby

#YoureDoingOKMom Johnson's Baby
Disclosure: This post is part of the Johnson’s Baby Mother’s Day 2014 Program and The Motherhood, who compensated me for my time.

Being a new mom is rough.  The internet was a fairly new thing in 1996 when I was pregnant with my first… I couldn’t just Google for advice back then!  I still wonder how I did it!  There are a few defining mom moments for me but the one that sticks out to me the most is when I was in labor with Ty and mid-push, mid-breathing, the nurse turns to me and reassures me with one line that meant everything in that time and space, “You’re doing ok, mom!

That nurse set the stage for my motherhood and you can help moms by reassuring and reminding them that they are doing ok too – especially on Mother’s Day!
Me pregnant with Duke in 2005

JOHNSON’S® Baby CARES, the JOHNSON’S® Baby brand’s charitable platform, is committed to ensuring that every baby has a healthy and happy start through educational and social initiatives, product donations, and financial support.

Watch this “You’re Doing OK, Mom” video!  For every view of the video between now and Mother’s Day, JOHNSON’S Baby will donate $1 to Save the Children, up to $50,000!  Save the Children is an organization that gives children around the world a healthy start, the opportunity to learn, and protection from harm.

Join me, The Motherhood and JOHNSON’S® Baby for a Twitter party to honor moms everywhere with the simple reminder that you’re doing OK!  We will be sharing stories acknowledging the moms in our lives who are doing OK, along with our own experiences with motherhood after becoming moms ourselves.

When: Thursday, May 8, at 1pm ET

Where: Follow the #YoureDoingOKMom hashtag to track the conversation.  More details and RSVP here.

Prizes:  Five prizes will be awarded to randomly selected participants who correctly answer the trivia questions tweeted by @theMotherhood25.  Each prize includes and assortment of JOHNSON’S® Baby products worth $50 in value.  Prizes are limited to U.S. participants only, ages 18 and older.

Hosts: @theMotherhood @theMotherhood25 @CooperMunroe @EmilyMcKhann

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1 comment

  1. I love that your nurse reassured you I felt the same when I was having little man after 24+ hrs of labor i wanted to give up and get sliced and she didnt let me she helped me the whole way. thank you for the sweet reminder!

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