My thoughts on the Vicks #TouchOfCare Campaign
When I watched the latest video campaign of Vicks, I can’t help myself but
Fast forward to now, I thank God that we are still alive and my son is doing well. As his parents, we are doing our best to teach him all the life skills that we know he will need as he gets older and I’m now confident to say that he will have a normal life in the future.
A lot of my social media followers were touched by the latest Vicks #TouchOfCare Campaign. In the video, it shows us that one can be a mother and show love and care even if they are not related by blood.
If you haven’t watched it yet, please do so here:
Salute to all the people who do not think twice to help others whatever the circumstances are and not expecting something in return.
When I posted this video on my Facebook account, I mentioned about my own story on how I showed #TouchOfCare to my niece and nephew. My brother is an OFW and just bought a house near our place (I’m so happy they did). I know it’s hard to be a do-it-all mom, that’s why if I can, I lend a helping hand to my sister-in-law in taking care of her kids.
I know how important to have a support group to keep your sanity because I experienced having one when my son was still young. I’m lucky back then that I have my mom, my husband and other people around me when I gave birth to my son.
I wish that more people will be like Agnes and it should start within us.
How do you show your touch of care with your kids, sister, aunt, or even to a friend? Here are some of the answers I got from my readers on social media:
“My baby boy loves hugging
“I’m not a sweet person or even a sweet mom 😅
But every time may
“Ako lagi kaming may hug time ng anak ko. I see to it na lagi ko sya nayayakap every morning at bago matulog. Ang bilis ng panahon, gusto ko makasanayan nya yun kahit maging binata na sya...” – Joesaint Neiliza Glinoga Parada
If you were touched by the video just like I did, let’s spread the good vibes by sharing the video so that more people can see it.