Join the Pampers Valentine’s Play Date Pin Party

The winner is #23 Jen Q.  Congrats!

My husband and I were high school sweethearts, so we have been together for over 21 years (wow, has it really been that long?).  Each Valentine’s Day, he brings me a single red rose….sometimes in person, sometimes left on my pillow and other times I have found it in my car.  Since having two daughters, I adore the fact that he now brings me the traditional red rose and each daughter gets a single pink rose.  My heart melts.

Let’s face it, after you have kids, Valentine’s Day takes on a whole new meaning.  It becomes a celebration of family and the ways you can express your love for each other.  A great idea to include the kids in Valentine’s Day is to plan a special parent/child play date.

To kick off this special Valentine’s Play Date, Pampers is hosting a #PampersPlayDate Pinterest Party!  Through the party, parents can share their ideas on how to make a play date extra special including great venue ideas, the perfect outfit from The Children’s Place and essential gear for a successful play date from Pampers.

Joining in the party will be totally fun, but to make it interesting, we have decided to award one participant with a $200 The Children’s Place Gift Card and a YEAR supply of Pampers diapers and wipes!

Here’s how to play:

Want something else to celebrate?  From February 1st-11th, make a purchase at The Children’s Place and receive 25 Pampers Gifts to Grow Points!

Need some inspiration?  Check out my sample #PampersPlayDate Pinterest Board.

Be sure to link up your Pinterest Board below to qualify.  One winner will be chosen at random from qualifying entries.  Contest ends 2/11/13 at 11:59pm CST.  Open to US Residents only.




14 thoughts on “Join the Pampers Valentine’s Play Date Pin Party”

  1. I finished my board but I can’t figure out how to find my link so I can submit the board onto this page. I’d really appreciate some guidance:)

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