What is a hug?
A hug does a lot. It speaks when words aren’t being said. A hug tells a story. A hug can change a life.
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Be a No Baby Unhugged Mom and receive FREE Huggies Diapers!
I firmly believe in the No Baby Unhugged Initiative; Huggies is rolling out through Canada. I couldn’t be prouder to upload a picture of our baby Oakley in my belly with the touch of his sister and brothers hands all over him in utero.
On top of all the great things Huggies is doing in my homeland of Canada, they are thanking me with a FREE pack of Newborn Size Huggies Diapers (which I will be donating to our local pregnancy center.)
If that wasn’t generous enough, Huggies is also donating $5.00 for each photo shared to participating Canadian hospitals to develop Baby Hugger programs.
Click here ->Be a No Baby Unhugged Mom
There are hundreds of studies that have been conducted on the power of touch for babies. The science behind the power of human touch for infants has identified numerous benefits for babies and their families but not limited too:
- Pain relief
- Physiological stability (e.g., heart rate, temperature)
- Infant illness
- Weight gain and growth
- Infant mental health
- Parent mental health
“I am no Scientist but I am a mother of four happy and healthy children. I do know that from the moment our children wake in the morning, till they lay their sweet heads on their pillow at night, both myself and their father hug them.
When they are sick and hosting a fever I still lay with our youngest ones skin to skin to regulate their body temperature.
We will continue to hug our children as much as we can, because what I do know for sure is that it shows them they are loved, cared for and will always be. Hugs have worked for us up to this point and are the star of our every day.”
What does a hug mean to you?
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“This post is sponsored as always my opinion is all my own, and this story is shared from my heart.”