I never knew what unconditional love was until I gave birth to my children. Someone once told me that being a mom was like having a part of your heart running around all over the place. I didn’t really understand what they meant until I had a child of my own. Like all parents, I would do absolutely anything for my child. From the sleepless nights, to the diaper changes, to the large amount of monetary expenses, there isn’t anything I wouldn’t do for them.
In my life I have witnessed the unconditional love that moms have shown their children more times than I can count. I watched a mom fight for her 6 year olds life as she battled an incurable brain cancer. Even after her daughter passed away she has fought to end childhood cancer in her memory. I have seen countless moms working two or more jobs in order to provide for their kids. My own mother helped me move across the country because we both knew that I had to get away from the life that I was living at the time. All of these things showed the unconditional love that mother’s have for their children.
This Mother’s Day, Johnson & Johnson celebrated by donating $25K to Save the Children® and they are continuing their efforts to celebrate the selfless and unconditional caring of caregivers, including moms, and all the ways they care for those they love with the For All You Love campaign.
Check out this short video introducing the For All You Love campaign:
JOHNSON’S® Baby has established JOHNSON’S® Baby CARES Care Cards, a digital e-card platform encouraging moms to share positive messages of encouragement with other moms across the country, while simultaneously supporting Save the Children®. You can help, too! Simply pick and share a card filled with messages of reassurance for a Mom in your life on Facebook at http://www.
Why not spread the message of love by sending your loved one a digital Care Care today?
I would love to hear your story of unconditional love, either that of your own or of someone you know. Who do you love unconditionally?