My Mission to Give the Gift of Sleep With @Pampers and #DDDivas #DivasSleep #sponsored #Giveaway

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I was selected to be a part of an amazing campaign through Double Duty Divas and sponsored by Pampers.  I was given a $100 prepaid gift card and 2 packages of Pampers diapers and told to “give the gift of sleep” to a baby/family in my community.  These are the directions I was given:

Pampers is looking for bloggers to give back to a baby/family in their community all in the spirit of the “gift of sleep.” We want creative bloggers to surprise a deserving family with ways to promote sleep and capture your experience in pictures and/or video.  Maybe a gift basket of cozy linens, soft pajamas and lavender candles?  Perhaps a date night planned for the new Mom and Dad so they can sleep in?  It’s totally up to you!

My first thought was to surprise my next door neighbors.  They have a 9 month old daughter and the husband works off shore most of the month and is only home 8 days at a time.  This leaves his wife to take care of their baby by herself most of the month.  She works from home but as their daughter gets older and more mobile, it has gotten harder to work, get things done around the house, etc.

Planning my neighbor’s gift inspired me to do more.  I didn’t want to just “give the gift of sleep” to my neighbors, I wanted to give to as many people as I could.  That’s when I came up with the idea to buy pajamas to donate to a local shelter.  I decided to contact several companies to donate items for my neighbors’ gift so I would have the entire gift card to use to purchase pajamas.  (You can read about my gift of sleep to my neighbors here.)  But where would I find pajamas that were a decent quality but also inexpensive enough for me to purchase a decent amount of them to donate?  I searched the internet and came up empty handed.  Then I happened to glace over at a store ad for the week.  In the small corner section of the ad it said that they were having a summer clearance sale that included pajamas for only $3.99.  It was as if this sale was meant for me!
I rushed over and purchased 10 pairs of pajamas to donate (and some clothes for my daughters).  When I got home and checked my rewards account from the store I saw that I had earned $27 back in bonus rewards from that purchase.  I spent the next few days going to several different locations to purchase pajamas using a combination of the money on the gift card, the bonus reward points that I was earning from my purchases, and my own money.  In all I ended up buying 40 pairs of women’s pajamas to donate to a local women’s abuse shelter!

I was so excited and felt so blessed to be able to donate 40 pairs of pajamas and the 2 packages of Pampers to the shelter this morning.  It feels so good to be able to give back to the community.  I had planed on asking if I could take some pictures of the shelter employees accepting my donation and whatever else they would have let me take pictures of.  I figured that because it was an abuse shelter I would only be able to photograph certain things.  What I hadn’t realized was that the shelter’s office would be closed for Columbus Day.  DOH!
Once I arrived the security guard buzzed me in and then helped me bring everything inside.  At that point I couldn’t turn around and say, “Sorry, I’ll come back tomorrow to make this donation so I can take pictures for my blog.”  So unfortunately I do not have pictures from today, but I do still have the warmth in my heart from knowing that I helped so many others.  I spent a long time talking to the security guard after I dropped the pajamas off.  She was telling me how so many women (and men too) come to the shelter with only the clothes on their backs, some even without shoes.  They have such a need for new items.  It was then that I knew that I would be back to the shelter again soon.  I plan on going back soon to donate toiletry items from my stockpile.

I want to thank Pampers and Double Duty Divas for this opportunity that has really had a huge impact on me.   This “gift of sleep” has turned into so much more for me and I hope it inspires you, too.


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  1. Wendy c g says:

    I bought someone lunch the other day, a homeless man. I get so sad when I see elderly who are homeless and hungry. I try to give them food, water, etc.

  2. We just gave our neighbours our gently used spare convertible carseat. They were driving ttheir one year old around in a broken and expired seat, and the mom was desperately trying to save up to buy a new one. I helped her install it correctly and am really glad that our barely used seat is helping keep a sweet baby safe <3

  3. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I paid the remaining amount of the women’s groceries in front of me at the express checkout at the supermarket

  4. Thomas Murphy says:

    I drove my parents to the airport.

  5. I paid for the person behind me a few nights ago in the drive through line at Dunkin Donuts.

  6. heather eg kaufman says:

    I bought a disabled homeless person’s lunch.

  7. Amanda Alvarado says:

    We picked up my dad from the airport and drove him home.

  8. jeanette sheets says:

    i bought school clothes for my neighbors kids she is having an even harder time financially than i am done my heart good !

  9. Cynthia R says:

    i give some of my winnings to friends who are having a hard time, it helps cheer them up.

  10. stephanie says:

    i babysit

  11. I bought some food for a homeless man

  12. I sent my kids to school with canned food this morning for their school food drive.

  13. I made coffee cake for my coworkers!

  14. Tabathia B says:

    I let my daughter stay up late to watch halloweentown

  15. Sonya Morris says:

    I bought a bunch of formula last weekend with gift cards I rec’d from winning giveaways and donated it to the baby corner at our church. Giving feels just as good as winning!

  16. I bought some random surprise gifts for friends!

  17. amy pugmire says:

    I helped a lady pick up her apples the fell out of her car when she was loading up at costco.

  18. I helped someone clean their beauty shop because they were sick.

  19. I made breakfast for my husband.

  20. Jennifer Young says:

    I brought dinner to my neighbor who is 9 months pregnant.

  21. Kristin Welch says:

    Giving my sister in law a bunch of our baby stuff for free, she’s expecting in April. Also giving some of my twitter winnings to other people. Got a big box of toys and have been giving most of it away.

  22. Shelley P says:

    Today I sent a package of goodies out to my brother and included some toys for his dog 🙂

  23. Jessica B. says:

    Besides getting my sons ready for bed, I cooked dinner for my parents.

  24. i donated the food to local food bank,

  25. Jennifer M says:

    Taking my mom to out to lunch

  26. jennie sanderson @jenpsht says:

    My sister and her husband both work crazy hours, and never have time to cook. So a couple times a week I will make extra and give her a care package on the way home so when she picks him up (at 10pm) they can have a home cooked meal together without her having to rush to cook it.

  27. Karen Glatt says:

    I helped my elderly Father by making him breakfast and helping him with his medicine.

  28. I did my mom’s laundry for her

  29. I volunteered at my kids schools today.

  30. I made my parents breakfast and washed their cars today.

  31. I shared my lunch with my co worker.

  32. Yesterday I brought my Mom flowers.

  33. i drove a girl home who rode her bike to work but then it started to downpour!

  34. I gave a ride to a co-worker who was having car issues.

  35. I just bought my neighbors a toy for their new dog

  36. crystal smith says:

    We are friends with an elderly man (in his early 90’s) who lives alone in the country. This past weekend we went out to his place and the kids raked his leaves while my boyfriend cut down an unwanted tree in his yard and I helped clean up the brush. That was the last nice thing I did for someone, but honestly he’s a good friend and its much more a lending a friend a hand then doing a good deed

  37. I bought coffee and doughnuts for my whole office, I try to do it at least once a month.

  38. I told my hubby to go out with his friends tonight, no worries, I’d feed, bathe, and put the kids to bed by myself. 😉

  39. I gave my son a gift card I won. He is having financial problems and needed it more than I.

  40. Let someone go ahead of me at the grocery line.

  41. I gave a photographer friend some really nice props for her photography business. When I saw them I knew she needed them.

  42. I cook for our elderly neighbour

  43. H. Mahfaza says:

    Helped the person in front of me in line with buying their groceries because they didn’t have enough to cover the full cost.

  44. H. Mahfaza says:

    regarding the gift of sleep, I’d definitely suggest the cozy pajamas or a date night 🙂

  45. joseph gersch says:

    i made my dad lunch today

  46. courtney b says:

    I gave some gift cards I won to a friend who needed clothes for her baby badly 🙁

  47. Samantha Daleo says:

    I ordered goodies to be delivered to my husband on Halloween because he will be away this year for the 1st time since our daughter was born, 15 years ago.

  48. Laura Ellington says:

    Listened to them.

  49. Sandra VanHoey says:

    I dug up a lot of weeds by my sisters hedges until I had severe chest pains today

  50. Jessica To says:

    I helped an elderly person with their groceries at the store.

  51. The person in front of me last week in line at the gas station was short a dollar…so I gave it to them.

  52. I picked my mother-in-law up and drove her around to run errands.

  53. Sarah Stevens says:

    I donated to the food drive

  54. Kailee Bowmam says:

    Gave away clothes to a family in need

  55. Caroline B says:

    I donated dog treats and blankets to our local animal shelter

  56. Jeana O'donnell-Murphy says:

    I donated samples or free items to people we know who needed them more than us.

  57. Rachael Roberts says:

    I give water to the homeless on hot days. I also consider pets to be somebody so I feed strays get them fixed & rescue & rehome all kinds of animals, I rescued 13 kittens this summer alone & hand raised them & I rescued a chihuahua & found her a home!!

  58. Melinda Stephens says:

    I made lunch for my mom today and I offered a bag of baby clothes on Freecycle.

  59. Caroline G says:

    A neighbor lost his wife and 2 yr old in a car crash recently and I helped collect a love donation from neighbors throughout the neighborhood, helped clean his house (they had just sold it and were in the process of moving), and donated $ to help him with funeral expenses and to have the carpets cleaned at the house.

  60. paid for the person behind me in the driver thru’s coffee at starbucks

  61. I bought a Walmart gift card and household items for a family in need.

  62. Yesterday I was on our community’s safety patrol.

  63. I just dropped off old winter clothing at a local church for a charity!

  64. I donated time to help clean the church this weekend.

  65. I bought a lunch ticket for my friend at work.

  66. Teresa Thompson says:

    Babysat for someone.

  67. 1955nurse says:

    Taking care of my Hubby who has the FLU – he isn’t the easier “patient”, but I sooo want him to get better! OTC meds not working so we’re having to ride it out…… (Why do men change so much when they get sick?!!?!?!?)

  68. Our friends just had a baby so I cooked a pan of her favorite lasagna and got together a basket of some comforting things for when she leaves the hospital.

  69. Cassie Sudduth says:

    I helped out a family in need by giving them some food for dinner.

  70. I volunteered at a homeless shelter

  71. Dawn Monroe says:

    I babysit for my kids once a month on the day/night of their choice. We also help our older neighbor get to the store or work she needs done.

  72. Sacha Schroeder says:

    I helped a family in need buy school supplies.

  73. donated food to a food bank drive on my college campus.

  74. Planned a baby shower for my sister

  75. Diana Hatch says:

    Fixed dinner for 12 people yesterday

  76. My sister recently went back to school and I help to tutor her in math and english

  77. I bought my neice a supply of baby bottles.

  78. Mary Cloud says:

    Gave someone some gas that had ran out in front of our house
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  79. Darlene Owen says:

    The last nice thing I did was buy a new car for my son.

  80. Robyn Huffman says:

    I gave a coat to a single mom who was going through difficult times. It finally turned cold here and she didn’t have a coat nor the funds to get one. I gave her a coat and a hoodie so she could stay warm.

  81. kemberley crosswhite says:

    i donated clothes and formula to the shelter

  82. kathy dalton says:

    i gave a food donation to a needy family

  83. Michelle Tucker says:

    Took my neighbor to the doctor the other day.

  84. Savannah miller says:

    I help my grandmother by cleaning her house and helping her cook dinner :). I also walk her demonic dog for her lol!!

  85. Nikki Lynn Hanna says:

    I gave my cousin some baby clothes and diaper bag because he and his gf don’t have much and needed it

  86. I made my guy lunch and packed his dinner for work.

  87. I recently got my mother a special gift to thank her for being helpful.

  88. On my commute home let a few cars turn in front of me

  89. Katie Bellamy says:

    Had a birthday party for my mother in law.

  90. I sent my niece a nice Halloween box.

  91. I paid for the order of the person behind me in line at the drive thru.

  92. amy williams says:

    We are getting ready to donate a lot of canned and boxed food to our community

  93. I babysat my nieces for free for my sister. Also, I help homeless people. Thank you for the chance 🙂

  94. Dusty Schnur says:

    I baked my husband cookies.

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