When my daughter wore diapers our brand of choice was always Pampers. She was born four weeks early and they just fit my itty bitty girl the best. From the start I hunted down those little Gifts to Grow rewards points like they were gold. I hoped they’d add up to something grand. Four years later I’ve accumulated quite the total but have yet to cash them in for an actual reward. For some reason I have a goal to get one of the bigger items from the prize catalog instead of the smaller things. My daughter is nearly four now so many of the items are beneath her. When I heard about Pampers teaming up with The Children’s Place I thought maybe I’d finally have the chance to add to my points total (as we’re not using diapers or wipes any longer) and cash them in! Yes!
Pampers and The Children’s Place are “sharing the love” this February by offering consumers 25 Gifts to Grow rewards points for every piece of Children’s Place clothing (sizes newborn – 4T) that they purchase in-store from February 1-11th.
Be sure to note that this promotion only applies to the Baby PLACE sizes newborn to 4T. Of course if your little one is beyond those sizes you can shop for a friend who’s expecting and help them start collecting their own Gifts to Grow rewards points! Remember you can redeem them toward high-value Pampers rewards!
About Gifts To Grow Rewards
Look for more Pampers Gifts to Grow Rewards points every time you choose Pampers diapers, training pants and wipes for your growing baby.
To start, simply collect the codes from all your Pampers purchases (I used to write the codes on a sheet of paper I kept on the changing table and then entered them all at once when I had a longer list). To see the points add up in your account, just sign up with Pampers.com and enter codes on Gifts to Grow Rewards or on your mobile phone. After that, you can redeem your points for items in the Gifts to Grow rewards catalog. Start today by clicking here.
With the adorable fashions at The Children’s Place I’m sure I won’t have any trouble finding something fun for spring.
I love this Jean Dream outfit!
My daughter refuses to wear denim of any kind but maybe I could convince her that these jeggings were comfy enough. They’re SO cute! I also love the pop of blue. It’s refreshing to see a variation from the sea of pink and purple that fills her drawers.
Isn’t this plaid dress perfect?! I’d just love to see this one dancing around the yard this spring. Bubbles anyone?
Disclosure: I received a small gift for the purpose of this review however all thoughts remain 100% my own.