21 Sep

Moms Helping Moms

There is one thing around the world in which we can all agree upon, the love a mom has for her babies is unmatched. Politics, religion, culture, country, social status or money plays no role when it comes to mommyhood and the unending love she has for her children.

Like every other mom before me, I never experienced or understood (or expected) the depth of true unconditional love until I had children myself. I want to ensure my children have all their needs (and a lot of their wants) filled, I would go so far to sacrifice my own wants to ensure the kids get theirs. I can not even begin to imagine what it would feel like as a mother to be unable to deliver on the most simple needs like feeding my own child.

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Tilda is a brand that helps moms-to-be around the world get the basic nutrition required while growing their little Bundle of Joy. With every bag of Tilda rice bought, an expecting mom will get a nourishing meal who otherwise may have an empty belly (other than their growing baby).
Not only do I think the concept is amazing the Tilda bismati rice has also been a huge hit with my little eaters.

I was nervous to make the Tilda rice at first because (confession time here….) I have only been successful at making minute rice. I followed the directions exactly, which included letting the rice soak for 1/2 hour, and after cooking I had perfect, fluffy bismati rice that I made. The girls enjoyed it so much they went for extra servings and the leftovers were perfect for a homemade soup.

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The Moms Helping Moms promise that Tilda has made is an easy one for this mom and family to support. I wish every mom and mother-to-be around the world is as fortunate as I have been, but in reality, it’s not the case. Purchasing Tilda rice is an easy way to make a huge difference for an expecting mom and baby.

Giveaway:

Want to be part of the mission? Tilda is giving 2 lucky readers a chance to try out their bismati rice.

To Enter:

Make a comment below about how fortunate you feel or other ways you help those in need.

Want a bonus entry?

Tweet about this campaign … (With a link to this giveaway in your tweet) and leave the link to your tweet below.

Want another bonus entry?

Make a comment on another post and let me know which one you posted on below.

Giveaway closes October 5th @ 11:59pm AST. Open to canada.

**Disclosure: this post is sponsored, but I do feel this is a great message to send out to readers. We have rice for dinner regularly and by purchasing Tilda I’ll be helping a mom and baby to be. All thoughts are my own and your thoughts and experience may be different – and that’s ok! That’s what’s makes us unique & special.

“Low birth weight can seriously affect babies’ physical and cognitive development, so it is essential that they receive vital nutrition from the start.” -Tilda

25 thoughts on “Moms Helping Moms

  1. I am thankful that my family is healthy and we are living a comfortable life. There are many people that are not as fortunate – it’s important to care and recognize this.

  2. I am very fortunate to have a wonderful family and everything I need. I help the less fortunate by donating to the food bank and homeless shelters in my city.

  3. I feel very fortunate to have food on my table every night and to be able to share meals with family. I donate to the Food bank as often as possible 🙂

  4. We regularly post about Charities (and just did today!), support our local foodbank on a weekly basis and run a humane society in Mexico. Charity is a daily part of our lives.

    I am familiar with the Tilda brand and their products and am very interested in this campaign. I will be looking into it further. Thanks for sharing!

    Besos, Sarah
    Blogger at Journeys of The Zoo

  5. I feel fortunate to be able to keep a roof over my head and food in my belly. The more people I meet in this life the more people I realize aren’t always as fortunate.

  6. I am very fortunate that I and all of those close to me have good health – I count my blessings everyday!

  7. I feel very fortunate to have a family that is always there for me. We give back by donating food, clothing and toys

  8. Hello! I’ve sent the email again, just wanted to leave a note else where in case it doesn’t go through again. Have a nice day 🙂

  9. I feel very fortunate that I have a job that offers benefits. With being sick I don’t have to worry about losing money.

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