Life affirming Pampers ad goes viral
A life affirming viral Pampers Ad is asking parents if they can join them in their Journey of Firsts with their baby. The ad, which alread has over 1 million hits on YouTube, begins with baby’s first hello shown in the womb. These messages help to reinforce the humanity of the unborn child and work…
A life affirming viral Pampers Ad is asking parents if they can join them in their Journey of Firsts with their baby.
The ad, which alread has over 1 million hits on YouTube, begins with baby’s first hello shown in the womb.
These messages help to reinforce the humanity of the unborn child and work to dispel the lies of abortion.
Pampers released the ad in honor of the many amazing firsts of babyhood.
“From the first time, parents see their little one on a sonogram to the first evening home from the hospital and beyond, the Pampers “Firsts” video showcases precious, heart-felt moments that little ones and their families share together,” they said.
Her first on my way:
Baby’s first food coma:
“Where are you mom?”
Pro-lifers are celebrating the message as life affirming.
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