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Playtex Mommyville Introduces the NEW Mom of the Month!

Back in January, we introduced you to Playtex Mommyville’s Mom of the Month program.

Mom of the Month

The Mom of the Month program celebrates the real life experiences and knowledge that only mothers have. Each month, we will profile a mom and her words of wisdom in hopes of encouraging conversation and learning from each other.

The latest Mom of the Month is Kristen S.  She has some great advice for moms on how to keep track of all your baby’s firsts — foods, words, steps and more!

Playtex Mommyville Mom of the Month Kristen

The Playtex Mommyville Mom of the Month program celebrates moms and the real life experiences that all moms have.  These real life experiences give moms a vast amount of knowledge to draw from when they are in a pinch or when their mommy friends need some advice.

To become a Playtex Mommyville Mom of the Month, simply answer the 3 questions you will find on the Mom of the Month Facebook page.  Then upload a photo of you (or you and your family).

The 3 questions this month, focus on the funny and sometimes embarrassing things kids say (because let’s face it — we’ve all been there!), focusing on your most rewarding moment as a mom and thinking about your most precious bonding time with your little one.

Will YOU be the next MOM of the MONTH?

GOOD LUCK to all our readers!

We look forward to seeing who the next MOM of the MONTH is!

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Tell us something embarrassing or funny your little one has said that had you laughing out loud!

 

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  1. Love this! I could always count on my son to point out the most embarrassing things – like when the woman next us discreetly passed gas, he made a point of announcing it to everyone in the store over and over again.

  2. My son says he has three stomachs! LOL! One for dinner, one for drinks, and one for desserts!!

  3. My kid says so many things. The latest trend of his that I pray he never asks anyone or asks me outside the house is “Why is your tummy so big?”. We are working on how that is a rude question.

  4. Before my kids knew I was expecting, my son would tell me “Mommy, your tummy is getting so big, it can now hold a new baby for me!” They have been asking for 9 months since my sister found out she was expecting. Thankfully, it was getting big for that exact reason but they didn’t know it.

  5. Just yesterday my 5 year old told me he needed to hurry home because he had a hot date with his girlfriend. Needless to say, he won’t be spending as much time with his older cousins :)

  6. Margaret Polino Nicholas says:

    When my oldest was learning a prayer that went ” dear Baby Jesus please watch over me”. She said ” Dear baby Jesus, please don’t RUN over me”. I had to laugh later. It was adorable, but she is 30 now!

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