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Did you know that May 6th through May 12th is National Nurse Appreciation Week? When Liam was born in 2014, I remember how much the Labor and Delivery nurses helped me through the entire time of labor and delivery as well as the post-partum recovery. They were fantastic and I love honoring such an important career field. I was SO blessed to have an amazing team of nurses that not only encouraged me but made sure to just have small talk with me as much as possible! I was ready to leave to go home with my little guy, but I was truly sad to leave the nurses who had just helped me through the entire process. I had an amazing nurse that stands out to me when I think of the definition of a nurse – she was called in the night that Liam was born for a possible C-section, she tried to coach me along to avoid a C-section but we ended up being taken to the OR. She was then the nurse that calmed me down, that took our camera to take pictures, and then she was also my discharge nurse! Turns out she also goes to the church that we started to go to recently. She is truly encouraging and she recognized me as soon as she saw Liam. We are grateful to have such awesome nurses!!

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From holding their hands during labor, to teaching them how to change a diaper, nurses dedicate themselves to providing the best care for mom and baby, leaving a deep, long-lasting impression that fosters a bond of trust and transcends the hospital experience. Nurses help new moms learn how to care for their newborns and encourage healthy development right from the start. Because of their trust in nurses, new moms can be rest assured that everything is taken care of. And even throughout the years, parents will always remember their baby’s first cry, first cuddle, first hiccup, first diaper, and they’ll always remember the nurse that helped them transition into parenthood.

Parents trust their nurses to teach them how to give babies the best start in life. Nurses trust the softness and protection of Pampers Swaddlers. As the #1 choice for hospitals in the United States and the first diaper worn by millions of babies, Pampers Swaddlers helps give babies the best start in life. Pampers Swaddlers wraps baby with comfort, protection and blanket-like softness, helping to take care of babies during all the precious first moments they share with their parents, and the months and years to come.

With National Nurse Appreciation Week happening this week, Pampers Swaddlers has announced its #ThankYouNurses campaign – a program that celebrates the essential role nurses play during the first few minutes, hours and days between newborns and their parents. This campaign honors nurses that go above and beyond to make life #BetterforBaby every day.

The first annual Thank You Nurses campaign, in partnership with the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), honors nurses across three award categories: Labor & delivery, NICU and Postpartum. Three nominated finalists were selected and are being honored with short documentary videos showcasing their unique and inspirational nursing stories.

To celebrate National Nurse Appreciation Week in May, Pampers Swaddlers is announcing a grand prize nurse honoree to acknowledge her dedication and commitment to making life better for babies and new parents. The grand prize honoree will be featured in an upcoming Pampers advertisement placed with AWHONN. 


Labor & Delivery nurse, Anne Gallagher, was selected as the Pampers Swaddlers #ThankYouNurses Award Grand Prize honoree! Anne has been a nurse for 38 years and is currently a nurse at University of Illinois Hospital. She focuses on empowering moms to form special bonds with their newborns. You can learning more about the Grand Prize #ThankYouNurses Award winner and check out her incredible story HERE!  

I’m so thankful for our nurses and the help and assurance I’ve received from them at different points in my life. Let’s celebrate the nurses in our life during National Nurse Appreciation Week.

Is there a special nurse in your life? What did you learn from him or her?

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