Pampers Peace on Earth | A Case Cringle Christmas, Day 3 | How We’re Celebrating the Holidays!

Last Updated: October 20, 2020

To my new readers in Internetland, you may not know that we’re expanding our family next month with another little boy to call our son. While I’ve admittedly been so wrapped up with family, work and my #BloggerLife to think very much on what life will look like with two kids, there’s one thing I know without a doubt from my two years of parenting so far — raising a child is no simple affair. You’d better be prepared because they come with a price tag attached almost upon exiting the womb!

But for those of you in the early stages of parenthood, maybe we can ease that sting a little with today’s prize for a Case Cringle Christmas!

Pampers’ #PeaceOnEarth — or — Why Serenity’s So Important in the Hectic Holidays

“If you can’t feed your baby (yeah, yeah)
Then don’t have a baby (yeah, yeah)
And don’t think “Maybe” (yeah, yeah)
If you can’t feed your baby! (yeah, yeah)”

— Michael Jackson, “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin'”, Thriller (1983)

Among the various other hats I wear as the blogger behind Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad, one I recently picked up was joining the Pampers Baby Panel as a brand ambassador, exploring everything the brand stands for and what it can do to help parents in an age where one of the oldest gigs in the book is more confusing than ever.

As part of the welcome package, Pampers surprised us with a delivery of enough diapers, wipes and Ivory Snow laundry detergent to last both the boys for a bit. I can’t express enough how good it feels to know you’ll have one less errand to deal with in those first few weeks where all you’re trying to do is survive!

But enough about me… let’s talk about you.

GIVEAWAY POST: #ThanksBaby — How Pampers Highlights the Finer Side of Fatherhood

In my world, June’s all about the Dads. Unlike Canadian Moms, unfortunate enough to celebrate Mother’s Day under the shadow of May 24’s looming promise (aka the first Canadian long weekend that isn’t cold, wet, or having anything else fall from the sky), June’s sorely lacking in anything distracting us from celebrating our fathers. And that’s a good thing too, because the very notion of fatherhood is changing — or should I say evolving — as we continue our way through the 21st century.

And it’s high time we recognize that!