Pampers Wants to Help you Honor Nurses


Recently we welcomed a beautiful bundle of joy to our home.  To say that he has brought much needed sunshine to our lives is an understatement!  But that delivery would not what it is without the nurses by our side that day, and the ones that have been alongside us every time we have been into a medical facility for one reason or another.  I honestly can’t even imagine what it would be like to go to the doctor or hospital without having those nurses by our side!  As a matter of fact, I cannot begin to fully express how important our nurses were for the birth of our babies and for the immeasurable work and support they provide their patients.  I am even more thankful and proud of the ones that I can call family or friends.

As many of us know and have experienced, giving birth to a child is not easy.  Having the assistance of nurses to help guide you through the labor and delivery is crucial.  They have been there and know what to expect when you are scared to death.  They help you transition from one stage to another.  They guide you and reassure you.  They celebrate alongside you when your hard work of pushing has paid off and the precious bundle of joy you have waited for 9 months for is finally resting in your arms.

Although I have had countless opportunities to benefit from the care and expertise of nurses, there is one time that stands out for me.  When I gave birth to my first son, I ended up getting an infection of the womb.  I had to return to the hospital right after we had made it back home and settled in.   Oddly enough, it was in March.  Now why is that odd?  Being that I live in Georgia, it happened to be one of the worst blizzards we had ever gotten.  We had to drive roughy twenty five miles through snow to get me back.  What made this even more troublesome was that I was without my new son.  He had to stay home.  I was gone for a week from my newborn son and could not do the things I wanted to do like breastfeed, bond, etc.. My nurses were at my side throughout it all.  Helping me through my crying and depression.  I am forever grateful for their faithfulness and dedication time.  


Pampers, a brand that I trust, is giving parents an opportunity to give back to the nurses that had an impact on them.  Pampers is launching the Thank You Nurses Awards program, honoring nurses across three award categories: Labor & Delivery, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and Postpartum.  Pampers invites parents to share their stories of nurses who helped make life #betterforbaby by submitting a nurse nomination to the Pampers Swaddlers Thank You Nurses Awards at

Nurse nominations can be submitted between November 9th and December 14th.  See details and official rules at  Winner must be a resident of the US or Puerto Rico, 18 years or older. Nomination period ends 12/14/15 at 3PM EST.

  • Three finalists, one in each category (Labor & Delivery, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Postpartum), will be announced in March and the grand prize honoree will be announced in May.
  • The three finalists will be honored with short documentary videos showcasing their unique and inspirational nursing stories.
  • Each of the three finalists will receive a one-year membership to the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), attendance at the 2016 AWHONN Convention, Procter & Gamble care packages, and more. Visit for full prizing details.
  • In honor of these nurse winners, three Pampers Swaddlers scholarships will be made available to help nurses from underrepresented groups complete their studies toward a Master of Science in Nursing degree.


Join the #ThankYouNurses Twitter Party!

The Pampers #ThankYouNurses Twitter Party, hosted by iConnect, will take place on November 19 from 8-9pmCST.

Join the party to tweet about your favorite nurses and win prizes!

Twitter Prizes will include:

Prize 1: $50 AMEX plus diapers and wipes
Prize 2: $75 AMEX plus diapers and wipes
Prize 3: $125 AMEX plus diapers and wipes
Grand Prize: $350 AMEX plus diapers and wipes
RSVP: diapers and wipes

One lucky reader will win a $100 American Express Gift Card & a pack of Pampers Swaddlers!

The giveaway is open to US only.

Giveaway ends November 22.



This review was made possible by iConnect and Pampers. I was provided compensation to facilitate this post, but all opinions are 100% mine. 


15 thoughts on “Pampers Wants to Help you Honor Nurses

  1. Julie says:

    My favorite nurse that most stands out is Nurse Janet. When I had my first baby, everything was totally new to me and my milk wasn’t coming in. She told me to start pumping (as well as having the baby suck on my breast like I was doing). After trying a couple of pumping sessions, my milk finally came in and I was so relieved. I wish I would have started pumping to help get the milk going right away, but am so thankful to her for her advice! Julie

  2. Elisabeth says:

    My favorite nurse is the lady that just showed my husband and I around the Labor & Delivery unit. I’m due in a month and a half and am very nervous! The nurse was very reassuring and made us feel very comfortable!

  3. Betsy Rubendall Barnes says:

    When I had a c-section and my son was recovering in ICU, all the nurses were amazing! They were very supportive and encouraging me to focus on getting well to bring my son home 🙂

  4. Thomas Murphy says:

    I want to recognize the nurse that took care of my dad when he had cancer, she was awesome! I don’t have any nurses in the family.

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