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Proud to Be a #KotexMom Series:
As I wrap up my Proud to be a #KotexMom series I can not express how much fun I have had participating in this campaign and how honored I was to be chosen to help pass along my knowledge and to help educate other moms on guiding tweens through this next milestone in their life. I have two girls. I was a tween/teenage girl myself once upon a time and I remember distinctly the questions, confusion plus embarrassment that can accompany the transition from girl to woman. I am really happy that my daughters are going/will go through puberty in a time where it’s more accepted and researched by companies. U by Kotex Tween shows that companies are starting to finally realize that not all girls/women are the same shape and size. We need products that not only adjust to our body size but also the time in our cycle. We are not one size fit all nor are we all the same in our hair color, eye color or the type of period we have!
I have been blessed to participate in this campaign because even though my daughter and I have discussed her impending period, we were given the chance to go more in depth with her questions and feelings about the next step in her life. She was glad to know that there are products out there that are more suited to her tween needs, something that both she and I were in the dark about. I had no idea that Kotex had this terrific line. B and I had some pretty terrific conversations. I shared with her my disappointment with how the beginning of my own period was handled, all the mis-information I was given or lack of information. I am very confident that she that she will be able to handle it when the time comes and I am confident that she will feel comfortable coming to me with any questions or advice she needs.
To celebrate the end of this great series B and I decided to celebrate with a little Girl’s Day Out- complete with a lunch at Panera and some earring shopping at Claire’s. We topped off with a Red mango frozen yogurt treat. 🙂 It was nice to just hang out by ourselves.
Remember…be blunt, be frank. Don’t pull punches when it comes to giving your daughter information. Knowledge is power, arm her with everything she needs. She’ll thank you.
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I wrote this review while participating in a Brand Ambassador Campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of U by KotexTween and received products to facilitate my post and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.