Wednesday, 26 February 2014

The Power of Soft



This poem is lovely and written by a very creative lady at the Fairy Non Bio offices!

Cuddling our babies is fundamental and in my opinion you cannot give enough of them!

Its nice that Fairy have asked me to  remember when my twins were born , how there was nothing better than the super soft cuddle with my gorgeous pair!

Do you also remember the power that those cuddles could have over you? All those sleepless nights, baby sick stains and moments when you thought baby would never EVER stop crying… then a cuddle with your new born would make it all worthwhile.

Fairy Non Bio is proud to have seen millions of mums through every gurgle, crawl and then, all too quickly, step of their journey as parents of new borns and as they move onto the next chapter in parenting. They understand how precious those fleeting new born cuddles are and how quickly time passes, with baby soon outgrowing those new born clothes. 

In fact, 70% of parents with babies 9 months+ recently told them that the one thing they would have done differently as new parents was spending even more time cuddling their baby.
That’s why they want to encourage new mums to embrace every moment. That means taking the pressure off, sitting on the sofa all day if you want to and savouring every super soft new born cuddle.

9 comments:

  1. What a lovely poem. I should take that advice myself at times. All to often I hear myself say "I'm busy at the moment" to my girls.

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    1. We all are guilty of saying we are busy at times. The pressure to have a clean house, all the jobs and for a lot of people being out at work too, makes us forget our children are only little and with us a short while.

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  2. Lovely poem and so true that new parents should take a break from the hectic thing of being a new mum/dad and just cuddle their newborn.

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  3. This is super cute. I can't really relate on a kids level but I certainly squish my long-suffering cats of a morning... they're pretty soft too :p

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  4. Such a lovely poem. It brought a tear to the eye.

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