Pampers UNICEF Partnership
What's the secret to raising a happy, healthy baby? The truth is, there really isn't one. As long as they get lots of love, plenty of sleep to grow and develop, and in time, the freedom to play their own way, you'll be giving them a great start.
Since 2006, Pampers has supported UNICEF and helped millions of babies enjoy their first smile by protecting them against newborn tetanus.
In a few weeks you and your partner will undergo one of the greatest changes in your lives as you become parents. Now is the time to embrace a team mentality! How can you best prepare in these last few weeks?
Whether you're a first-time mom or this is your second (or third or fourth!) child, watch one mom's tips to make the homecoming smooth and comfy for everyone.
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