40 weeks times four babies. Wow, that’s a lot of pregnancy for this mama.
That’s 160 pregnant weeks. That’s more than three years, people. No big deal though, right? Lots of us have done it.
Wait. It’s a MAJOR big deal. Growing healthy babies is some serious business and taking charge of your health in those stages of life, as we all know, is of the utmost importance to mom and baby.
I loved being pregnant. (You don’t say?) Well, most of it. I could have done without the constant trips to the bathroom in the night, the itchy skin, the yeast infections, and the hemmies.
Let’s face it though, our babies are miracles in the making.
Every baby is born to do something special and unique. Perhaps I was born to make babies, make people laugh and raise good kids. At least that’s what I’m enjoying and working really hard to de each and every day around here.
What were you born to do?
For over 75 years, The March of Dimes has been funding research and programs to help moms and babies become and stay healthy. With Mother’s Day AND Father’s Day quickly approaching, the March of Dimes had found some super easy ways for all of us to give back and improve the lives of wee babies and their moms. Check out these amazing brands who have partnered with the March of Dimes this year:
Alex and Ani
Ebay Giving Works
A & E Jewelers
Be sure to visit www.imbornto.com to check out all the amazing partners and the simple ways we can all make an easy contribution to the March of Dimes today.
This Mother’s Day, help fight premature birth and promise more breakthroughs for babies by shopping with these wonderful partners who are supporting the #imbornto campaign.
Now let it be your turn to get involved with the imbornto campaign! Make a donation today or shop with the amazing partners mentioned above. Looking to donate straight to the March of Dimes? You can do that here. Start your #imbornto conversation on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest or share this campaign with your friends and family. And most of all, Happy Mother’s Day to you and to all the amazing mothers in your life.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post with The Motherhood and The March of Dimes. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.