This Giveaway Has Ended: Pampers Giveaway and My Interview With Mario Lopez

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I think I'll stick to this blogging thing, it definitely has it's perks...

Recently, I had the opportunity (along with 6 other bloggers) to interview Mario Lopez. Pampers threw him a baby shower in honor of his sweet baby girl Gia and he was gracious enough to sit down and answer our burning questions. Check out the video above, isn't he adorable? Don't tell my hubby that I said that. (LOL)

 Actually, he seems like a really down to earth guy.



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Comments

  1. RD i would have to agree with you. Thief soreness from breastfeeding but also accepting the help from others. I for some reason wanted to do it all on my own.

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  2. The feeling that I STILL didn't have my body back. TW

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  3. How quickly I got tired of tied to the baby because of breastfeeding and being so sore that moving was rough. After having a super labor and delivery, I expected everything else to be storybook perfect too, and when it wasn't, I was amazed. Guess eight years between babies was enough for me to forget the postpartum period!!!

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  4. Melissa L.

    I was totally unprepared for the lack of sleep. I knew there would be some, but I truly had NO idea how much!

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  5. I was surprised by how sore I was and the difficulty I experienced in trying to do routine tasks around the house. I couldn't do much of anything at all! H.O.

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  6. I was surprised at...
    How scared I was to give my newborn a bath. You read all the books and watch all the videos and I still felt like I was unprepared. It all came second nature, but the idea of my baby being cold or anything happening during that bath was terrifying. But like all things practice makes perfect.

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  7. I would have to say sleep as well. I knew we would be getting less sleep, but after kids I became a very light sleeper. I hear every noise, everytime the kids use the bathroom (now that their older) and still require very little sleep and they are now 10 & 6 yrs old! lol

    M.s

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  8. I had an emergency c-section with my first child and I was not prepared for that possibility. I developed appendicitis within days of my son being born and I was very shocked that I had to go back to the hospital for another surgery. Basically what I learned is that anything can happen with labor & delivery!

    ~Mary F.
    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  9. I was surprised at how difficult breastfeeding and pumping was. I thought that breastfeeding was a natural thing and that all women could do it. I was wrong!! I couldn't and getting up to feed my son and then pump left little room for sleep. I figured out quickly that it was ok for me to formula feed my son. LT

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  10. I was surprised at how much easier it was than I thought it would be. I had a C section and was horrified that I was going to be in a lot of pain and not be able to do anything and that I would not be a great mom or know what to do, but I did know. I was not in hardly any pain and it was so much easier (thanks to a baby that never got sick or had colic or anything!!) I hope my second one goes this well. I am 6 months preg with our second little boy!!! these diapers would be a great help, esp since they are my favorite brand!

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  11. no one told me about colic!... and that it is hereditary!!
    onecheaplady@yahoo.com

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  12. i read everything i could find, online & in bookstores...but in the back of my mind, i guess i just didn't believe that my baby would be anything other than totally placid & adorable. i was in for a rude awakening when my husband went to work & i was left alone. i didn't know they could smell fear! metaphorically, of course. i was so scared and had no clue what i was doing and he picked up on it. he would cry and cry and cry. one day, i called my mother in law to come over because he would not stop crying. the minute she walked in the door & picked him up, he stopped crying. it was miraculous.

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  13. I was surprised by how difficult it was to nurse. (You assume it will come naturally!) How painful it can be. And the lack of support there is for mom's trying to nurse for the first time. But I am so glad I stuck with it. I ended up nursing my son for 2 years! :)

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  14. How little time I would have to do things like EAT! AH

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  15. I was surprised at how scary everything was with her. I work with Pre-K kids and thought it would all come naturally, but it was like I had never babysat or taken care of kids in my life. Give her a bottle, hold her correctly, give her a bath...ahh! I guess it's just different when you're the one that's responsible! RC

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  16. I was surprised at how scared I was with baby #2. He was so tiny & I forgot everything!! I was also surprised at how quickly I bounced back after having a 2nd C-section; maybe it was because I was also chasing around a very active 4 year old.
    Casey B

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  17. I was surprised at how the books don’t help! I read everything I could get my hands on to prepare. It was useless, it really is a learn as you go kind of thing! Advice does help but saying "It does get better" was so frustrating to me. My little one did not sleep. He’s almost 7 months and still doesn’t sleep much. So I would have to say lack of sleep also surprised me.

    Amber C (sorry if it post twice, I am having trouble leaving a comment)

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  18. I was surprised how nervous I was with my 2nd child. I don't know if it was the C-section and having to stay home by myself with the newborn right after the surgery (because everyone had to go back to work). But it all ended up wonderful and my 5 year old at the time was a wonderful help!!

    JF

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  19. I was surprised at YELLOW POOP (I breastfed) and the AMOUNT of it, lol. I was afraid at first that something was wrong with my newborn. I was also surprised at the number of diapers we went through in those first weeks. I am 9 weeks prego with baby #2 so here we go again....

    JGH

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  20. I was surprised at how little time there would be to take care of myself! Even going to the bathroom was something I had to schedule in at just the right time. Things go a bit smoother after the first one, but the first is full of surprises. -JM

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  21. I was so surprised how difficult night one at home would be with a new baby....first baby at that! I don't think anyone can prepare you for that. Talk about not having a clue what to do! Thank goodness for grandparents...they came to the rescue the next day fully armored!

    Emily G

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  22. I was really surprised by how much my daughter wanted to suck. She would still act like she was hungry right after breastfeeding. We had to give her a pacifier the first night. I was worried b/c all the books said not to do this. Thankfully, she continued to breastfeed with no problems. KM

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  23. The biggest surprise for me was how much my first son DIDN'T sleep! He wasn't a great sleeper at first, but luckily he is now.

    VS

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  24. daily tweet
    http://twitter.com/akritical/status/4922009347686401 ~KM

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  25. How sooooo tired I would be :)
    JL
    aunteegem@yahoo.com

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  26. I also didn't know that breastfeeding would be so hard to get a hang of!

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  27. I also didn't know that breastfeeding would be so hard to get a hang of! CP

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  28. I subscribe through an RSS reader. CP

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  29. I follow you on Twitter. CP

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  30. Tweeted it on Twitter. CP

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  31. I didn't realize how in tune a baby can be with mommy trying to eat or potty! A year and a half later and a quiet meal or "mommy time" is still nearly impossible!
    -LB

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  32. tweeted
    http://twitter.com/akritical/status/5243298356658176 ~KM

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