Jewel works with Pampers to promote Millions of Beautiful Morning Moments!

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Pampers and beloved singer, songwriter, children’s book author and new mom, Jewel, unites to pay homage to the “Millions of Beautiful Morning Moments” shared between parents and their babies. Whether it’s shown by a morning “giggle fest,” baby’s silly bed head, a giant snuggle hug, or a whimsical song, Pampers recognizes that all of these moments are expressions of sheer joy that parents feel in the morning with their baby. The “Millions of Beautiful Morning Moments” campaign pays tribute to the love that parents feel when reunited in the waking hours of the day with their little ones.

In a new exclusive music video, Jewel and Pampers pay homage to the beautiful morning moments shared between parents and their babies. From storytime and sing-alongs to feeding horses and spending time with daddy, the video captures Jewel’s favorite beautiful morning moments with her son, Kase. With background music from Jewel’s most recent children’s album, “The Merry Goes ‘Round”, this performance of the popular children’s song “The Green Grass Grows All Around” is sure to enhance beautiful mornings with baby all the time!

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Here’s more from Jewel! 

  • ON MORNINGS: “I’m excited to partner with Pampers to celebrate beautiful mornings. The morning is my favorite time with my baby. I thought it was just me and Kase. I just thought, ‘Wow, Kase is always in a great mood in the morning.’ Then I talked to other moms and realized its every moms favorite time with their baby. It’s something kind of magical – they are just in a good mood, they got a great nights sleep and its just fun to hang out with them. One of my favorite morning moments with Kase is getting to read with him. Its amazing to me how one day to the next he’ll learning something new.”
  • ON PARENTING: “My best advice for parents trying to balance life and busy schedules is to try and cut yourselves some slack. As parents we  hold ourselves to high standards and I think we’re always worried and we feel guilty like we’re not doing enough. All you can do is the best you can. As long as you love your kids and give them that stability, then they’re pretty accommodating.”

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Tuesday, December 11th, 2012 at 11:11am
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