Mommas, Isn’t being a mom the best feeling in the world? I had some trouble during my pregnancy due to being diagnosed with having gestational diabetes and had to remain in bed rest the last few weeks of my pregnancy. I was so afraid of labor and the pain was the worst ever but thankfully it all went well!
After experiencing pregnancy, labor and being a first time mom; I can’t thank enough my momma and how much I admire her. My mom is truly my inspiration for me to be the caring mother that I am now to my little family. My mother has 10 daughters and I’m the number 8th youngest. After having to move out, starting my own little family and experiencing motherhood; I respect her more than ever and regret some of my teenager tantrums! Don’t we all? My mother is a strong women who only cares about her daughters and only wants the best for them. She gave us all that she could and I respect that. I only wish I lived closer to us; we only see my parents once a year.
Calling all mommas to help spread the word and get involved in raising awareness about global motherhood by using your social networks for social good.
These above photos represent a few of the many programs supported by Johnson & Johnson. For many years, Johnson & Johnson has worked with its partners to care for the well-being of mothers and children around the world. To read more about these programs and others that help us care for those in need, please visit Johnson & Johnson site.
Johnson and Johnson will be attending the LATISM. If you are a attendee, visit the Johnson & Jonson’s suite at LATISM 2012.
What inspires you to become the caring mother that you are? Share your story by leaving a comment.
Disclosure: This post is compensated and in collaboration with Johnson & Johnson and Latina Bloggers Connect