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I often find myself talking to Arjay about how the minis are growing up so fast. One moment they were little babies who clung to us 24/7 and with what felt like a blink of an eye, they are now children exploring the world around them. So, when I saw the Pampers Philippines Thank You Baby (#ThankYouBaby) campaign video, I was inspired to browse through photos of the past three years.


Who would have thought these little creatures could teach us so many things about life, right? The minis taught me a fair share of life lessons in a short span of three years.

Pampers Thank You Baby
Kelly’s Birth, 19 May 2011
Pampers Moms Thank Their Babies
Caleb’s Birth, 15 December 2012

Thank you, dear minis, for giving me the opportunity to experience a kind of love unlike any. The kind that, although one has never seen nor touched the other, one falls deeply in love with the other at first sight. I fell in love with both of you the moment I saw your little beating hearts on the monitor and I have loved you with all my heart since.

Lumbar Puncture on a 1-year old at The Medical City

Thank you, dear minis, for bringing back my faith in God and making it ever stronger. Through both of you, I realized that I am blessed and that there is Someone bigger, greater out there watching over us, guiding us, and listening to our prayers.

Nido Fortified Wear Your Love

Thank you, dear minis, for being my number one fans. You never fail to make me feel that I am enough even if the whole world is expecting me to be someone more. Hearing you say I’m the best mom is way fulfilling than anyone else telling me that I have done a good job in a project.

before school starts

Thank you, dear minis, for all the laughter and tears. You made me a happier, stronger, and more loving person. I never saw myself as I am now, but I am so much better than what I had imagined myself to be.

What are you grateful for for your children? Join the Pampers Philippines Thank You Baby campaign! Share your messages and photos through Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram – and don’t forget to add the hashtag #ThankYouBaby so other parents can see your love notes for your little ones. :)

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Kimberley Reyes is a fire wife and mom. She provides virtual support for women entrepreneurs and bloggers and writes about finding the right balance between homemaking and working in freedom.

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12 Comments

  1. What a very sweet post! Your children are lucky to have you as their mom! :)

  2. I have learned to also appreciate my mom when I became a mom. I’ve learned so much and its amazing how our little ones teach us without speaking.:)

  3. What a touching post!

  4. Our kids grow up very fast. Motherhood is not an easy journey but it’s all worth it :)

  5. This campaign is so great. I don’t think parents often thank their kids for all the things they’ve taught us in life. There are so many things about our kids that we should be grateful for.

  6. Awwww I love this post. I’m thankful for all the things I learn from my son every day. He has taught me to really enjoy and savor life. He teaches me about love, trust, hope and faith. I couldn’t ask for a better son.

  7. I’m grateful for my kid for bringing out the Mom in me! I feel like I was born to be a Mom!

    1. Actually, before having kids, I thought I will never be good at being a mother. Apparently, when you have kids, a switch is flipped and you’re instantly a mom you never thought you’d be!

  8. Our children truly are evidence of God’s faithfulness and goodness in our lives. Everytime I question how my life has turned out, my children are my reminders that He has set me up where I’m supposed to be. :)

  9. True, they grow up so fast and how I wish there is pause button. :)

  10. Really nice post Kim. Sometimes we tend to forget that we are moms because of our kids and while there are thousands of things we think they should be grateful for, we too should feel the same towards them. :) Something we parents not often feel….

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