It wasn’t until I became a mother that I fully appreciated all of the amazing things my own mother did for me.
Spending endless nights trying to sooth my colic belly.
Waking up early to take us to school every day.
Spending her hard earned money on my new school shoes.
Now that I’m a mom I see all of the sacrifices she made and understand just how challenging motherhood is. There are no rewards for wiping runny noses or pushing the swings higher. The acts of motherhood often go unnoticed.
I hope that my children see that I’m trying my hardest to do what’s best for them and sometimes I fail. I make mistakes just like everyone else but I what to own up to my mistakes so they see I’m just like everyone else, I just love them far greater than anyone.
Motherhood is a journey that is unique to each woman but one thing is certain, I will never be able to fully express just how much I appreciate all that my own mom has done for me.
So this Mother’s Day thank your mom and encourage other moms that they are doing OK.
Johnson’sBaby Cares wants to give every baby a healthy and happy start through educational and social initiatives, product donations, and financial support. So this Mother’s Day they are donating $1 to Save the Children for every view of the “You’re Doing OK, Mom” video. So watch the video, share it with a friend and be encouraged.
For every view of the “You’re Doing OK, Mom” 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.
WHEN: Thursday, May 8, at 1p ET (12p CT / 10a PT)
HOSTS: @theMotherhood, @theMotherhood25, @CooperMunroe, @EmilyMcKhann
PRIZES: 5 prizes which include an assortment of JOHNSON’S Baby products worth $50 in value. Prizes are limited to U.S. participants only, ages 18 and older.
This is a sponsored post for Johnson’s Baby and The Motherhood. The opinions expressed in this post are my own and not influenced by the company.