Share Your New Mommy Moments: My Black Is Beautiful, Kelly Rowland and Christina Brown
If you’re a new mom wondering how to celebrate this Mother’s Day let My Black Is Beautiful, singer Kelly Rowland and blogger Christina Brown lead the way. They’ve partnered with baby brands Pampers and Dreft to give new moms a place to share their special moments.
Perhaps you’re like Kelly whose most memorable moment was the first time she looked into her son’s eyes. Or maybe you can relate to the sense of accomplishment felt by Christina after she threw her daughter’s first birthday party. “It meant so much to have completed that first year successfully and then to celebrate that with family and friends was just so amazing.”
They also have new mommy tips.
Christina who is both a fashion and baby blogger wants you to know the importance of “preserving your chic” post baby, as well as why to steer clear of ‘mommy guilt.’ “We can’t fall prey to thinking that we’re not doing enough. We’re doing the best we can.”
If MBIB, Pampers and Dreft are banking on the fact that people trust them to help build a sense of community, it’s working. Both Kelly and Christina say they were fans of the products before they were ever approached about this campaign. Dreft Ambassador Kelly says, “I was washing my baby’s clothes and sheets in Dreft before he was even born. So when they contacted me I said,’Absolutely!'”
Christina says she’s been using Pampers Swaddlers on her 15 month-old daughter since the day she was born so working with them really is a “perfect fit.”
As for My Black Is Beautiful, well, everyone knows they’re a leader in female empowerment so when all these components come together who can say ‘no?’
So here’s what you can do…
Go to My Black Is Beautiful or Babybrownsugar.com and talk about your new mommy moments, both good and bad, using #MBIBMoms. “It’s helpful to see what other moms are going through, especially on those days when you want to go cry in a corner,” says Christina.
Kelly Rowland agrees. She wishes someone had told her how hard it would be to travel with a baby on a plane. “It was definitely something I had to figure out on my own. I finally discovered that all I need is my Bjorn carrier and a backpack.”
It’s all about building a community and sparking conversations, which is why Christina says veteran moms are welcome too. “We definitely want veteran moms to stop by and share tips. You never stop learning.”
Share your beautiful mommy moments with the #MBIBMoms hashtag for a chance to be featured on the MBIB social pages.
Also share at Christina’s blog, Baby Brown Sugar