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Gifts for the NICU

‘Tis the season for giving, and that is exactly what Pampers has given me the opportunity to do this holiday season by creating gifts for the NICU at a local hospital.

Having a child in the NICU has to be difficult. Thanks to Pampers, I was able to provide gifts for the NICU families at a local hospital.

Taking inspiration from Pampers iconic “Peace on Earth” video, I created little gifts for the babies and their parents.

Having a child in the NICU has to be difficult. Thanks to Pampers, I was able to provide gifts for the NICU families at a local hospital.

I assume it’s incredibly hard to have a child in the NICU, but I imagine it’s even harder over the holidays. I wanted to do a little something that would bring a little cheer to these special families.

Having a child in the NICU has to be difficult. Thanks to Pampers, I was able to provide gifts for the NICU families at a local hospital.

Something that would put a smile on their face during a difficult time.

Something that would hopefully let them see a positive in the face of negativity.

Something that would hopefully bring a little bit of peace this holiday season. Having a child in the NICU has to be difficult. Thanks to Pampers, I was able to provide gifts for the NICU families at a local hospital.

Gifts for the NICU

I’ve never had a baby in the NICU so I didn’t really know where to start. After talking with some of the nurses and educators at the hospital, I came up with these little gifts for the NICU.

Having a child in the NICU has to be difficult. Thanks to Pampers, I was able to provide gifts for the NICU families at a local hospital.

Each of these gifts for the NICU include:

  • aden + anais muslim swaddler
  • $10 Starbucks gift card
  • $10 iTunes gift card
  • Baby’s first Christmas ornament
  • small stocking
  • M&M’s mini
  • York Peppermint patties

With the funds I had been given, I was able to purchase enough supplies for 15 families.

Having a child in the NICU has to be difficult. Thanks to Pampers, I was able to provide gifts for the NICU families at a local hospital.

Two of my children and I delivered our gifts for the NICU yesterday and it was such a great feeling to be able to do something I wouldn’t normally be able to do for people I don’t even know.

Having a child in the NICU has to be difficult. Thanks to Pampers, I was able to provide gifts for the NICU families at a local hospital.

I hope that my children grow up with a desire to help others. To see beyond their own needs to the needs of those around them.

Having a child in the NICU has to be difficult. Thanks to Pampers, I was able to provide gifts for the NICU families at a local hospital.

I’m so thankful for companies like Pampers that see the value in these random acts of kindness and for giving me the opportunity to make a difference right in my own backyard!

Thanks, Pampers!

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6 thoughts on “Gifts for the NICU”

  1. Kristen says:

    Speaking as a mom who had twins in the NICU for 2 weeks, I can say that you did a WONDERFUL job on these! This would have definitely brightened our spirits! I’m sure they will be greatly appreciated!

  2. Jeanine says:

    This is amazing. My daughter spent just over 30 hours in the NICU when she was born this past summer, and I was able to see a lot of the babies in there… this is wonderful and would for sure mean the world!

  3. Lisa Favre says:

    Aww this is such a wonderful idea! I would have never thought of doing anything like this. So great seeing people give back.

  4. Monica says:

    One of our granddaughter spent the holiday in NICU and gifts are so appreciated. Thank you for all of your inspiration and generosity. I know how much it is appreciated. i donate to the cause every year but you have inspired me to start volunteering.

  5. My Teen Guide says:

    Such an amazing idea! I love how people think they must give back to others! Volunteering is really appreciated.

  6. Pam says:

    Now that is a great idea and something these parents will really appreciate. I have a good friend whose granddaughter was in the NICU for 4 months and it was the little things like this that mattered so much to her daughter and husband.

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