Mommy Katie: #Giveaway Express Yourself with the Momojis From Luvs + $100 Gift Card

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

#Giveaway Express Yourself with the Momojis From Luvs + $100 Gift Card

This review and giveaway was made possible by iConnect Influencer Management and Luvs. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.


As parents, we find that we have our own language. We tend to understand one another a little better than the rest of the world, and when we are texting, we find that we express ourselves with the emoji's we find on our phones. The thing is, when it comes to parenting and those basic emoji's, we just don't have the icons that can really help to get our point across or to explain what it is we are talking about. Leaving us typing out, long winded texts that we rather not do because we really don't have the time to discuss those diaper blowouts, or tell the husband we cant talk because we are feeding baby but to grab some diapers on their way home. That is until now when I was introduced to the Momoji's Keyboard from which is a free app from Luvs!


With the Momoji's, parents can express themselves using those emoji's that we adore but that have been created to talk the language we talk. Allowing parents like myself, who when texting, find it so much easier to use the emoji's than typing out every single word. I mean, with the Momoji's I can access the emoji's I never knew I always needed, like the mom juice one when I need to remind my husband that I have a girls night coming and I need him to grab some mom juice on his way home, and so much more!


Oh, and that is not all parents can get when they download the Momoji's to their phones. Along with the whole new emoji's made for parents, I can also take advantage of the coupons on diapers. Allowing me to not only send that text to my husband to pick up some diapers on his way home, but also have him look at the Promoji's that are on the Momoji's App and grab a coupon or any deals as well!


Which not only gives parents those emoji's that are at the tips of their tongues which can now be used for those texts we all send, but also allows us to have the deals and coupons right at our fingertips to use anytime we are out shopping.


And aside from being able to use this app for myself and my husband, I can share it with others by sharing the link so we can all enjoy the Momoji's and Promoji's together! Making Luvs not only a great diaper choice in the home when it comes to allowing baby to move and groove with their new stretch tabs along with their ultra leakage protection and NightLock, but also making Luvs Momoji's the new way of talking with parents everywhere!

So if you have been looking for those emoji's that can help you as a parent get your point across, as well as looking for a way to have those Luvs coupons and deals at your fingertips, then get the Momoji's app today! And to help with keeping those blowouts contained, the wonderful people from Luvs would like to give one of my amazing readers a pack of Luvs diapers along with a $100 AMEX Gift Card!!!

You can download your Momoji's here:

Apple: http://apple.co/21rUxl8


Also be sure to join in on the Luv's #Momoji Twitter party with @iConnectIm which will be on December 15, 2015 @ 9pm EST.





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80 comments:

Melina Pereyra said...

The nurse that makes a difference with me is a lady call Mely like me lol She helps me with my 2 pregnancies but sadly she move to another state with my 3rd pregnancy

Shelly Peterson said...

My daughters aunt is a nurse and she stayed past her shift to be with me in the OR for an unplanned C-section. I was grateful to have her there.

Janet W. said...

The nurse I had after giving birth to my first daughter made a huge difference in my life! She was so kind and caring. She took extra time with me to show me how to properly breastfeed my daughter which was a huge help.

Lisa Brown said...

The nurse who gave the treatment to my husband for cancer, was caring, empathetic and positive all round.

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Ken Ohl said...

A nurse that helped my father through his cancer surgeries I'm sorry to say she has passed away from cancer herself since. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Amanda Sakovitz said...

the nurse on my recent hospital stay was wonderful

DEBIJOT said...

The nurse that helped our Mom when she was in the hospital for cancer. She answered all of our questions and was very helpful.

Em Mahr said...

We had a nurse, Nancy, who really went out of her way when our little one was in the NICU. She cared for our son like he was her own.

Lauren said...

The nurses who helped comfort me when my daughter was in the hospital were wonderful.

Julie Wood said...

I had a terrific nurse that helped me with my newborn son for at least 6 months helping me with his care. She was a terrific nurse that taught me so much. I do not know what I would have done without her!

Sarah Hayes said...

the nurse that took care of my grandmother a few months ago was amazing. she made things so much calmer and easier for everyone

Mami2jcn said...

I gave birth to my 4th child 2 months ago and there was a day nurse who was particularly helpful.

Fiddlin' Dandi said...

The nurse that helped the midwife deliver my daughter was really great! She was helpful without being annoying.

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Elena said...

I would like to thank a nurse who helped me to deliver my son

Thomas Murphy said...

The nurse that took care of my dad when he had cancer was awesome!

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Gina Wildorchid said...

The nurses that were with me at the time of my delivery were so amazing to help me feel as comfortable and calm as possible.

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Bridgett wilbur said...

My friend Jennifer helped me a lot when I had my first child. She is a great nurse and a great friend.

Kris said...

I had a wonderful nurse when I delivered my son. I had a really hard delivery and she was great and helpful!

DeniseL said...

Last year my 5 year old got his tonsils out. The recovery nurse was wonderful. She treated him like he was her own son. She even took my husband's blood pressure because he wasn't feeling well.

D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

The nurse I would like to thank is the one who helped recently deliver my nephew during a very traumatic and difficult birth.

Tamra Phelps said...

My sister-in-law is a nurse & she is the one who realized that my Mom, released from the hospital & sent home, just was not getting better & something was wrong. It turned out my Mom had sepsis, & if it had been left alone it could have killed her.

Jessica B. said...

I had a wonderful nurse when I had my son. She was so patient and helpful. She even stayed after her shift to continue to help.

Jessica To said...

My husband had a wonderful nurse who had her daughter make cards for him.

steve weber said...

I had wonderful nurses help my mom with chemotherapy.

Kristen said...

I had a really nice nurse who brought me hospital PJ pants to put on under my gown so I could go outside and get some fresh air...which really did make me feel better!

TemporaryWaffle said...

When I was in the hospital after I gave birth to my son, I had one nurse in particular who was really nice and went out of her way to make sure I felt good. And what was cool was, I met her again at a playdate and found that she had a little girl that was born just months before my baby.

Terri Irvin said...

The emergency nurse who was so kind to me when my hubby had a serious accident. I will never forget how helpful she was and she insisted I be strong in front of my kids. She is my angel on Earth.

Dawn Monroe said...

The nurses at NICU Children's Hospital in Columbus Ohio are amazing. They are alert, kind and informative.

Stacey Grantham said...

When I had 28 week preemie twins, Sheryl Cyr, RN took care of them when they were their sickest. She was wonderful. Little did I know that years later, she would end up at my hospital and become my coworker in the NICU/nursery. Yes, I am a RN as well, and she is now a dear friend.

HS said...

The nurse who helped with my first baby was so caring and helpful, I still think of her all these years

Ty Beth said...

The nurse who helped me the most were my treatment nurses that I currently have, they are patient, kind and very caring. They are also always available for questions.

Cassandra Eastman said...

My nurse stayed with my son and I and helped us get his latch right. Without her help, I really don't think I would've been able to breastfeed.

imbigwillie said...

My wife who is a nurse made a difference in my life, by marrying me!

Rachel said...

When I was in high school I got into a car accident. I had a nurse that was so supportive and motherly. She held my hand and reassured me and for that I will always be thankful.

Ruby said...

I had preterm labor pains and my nurse in my hospital stay was wonderful.

Barbara Montag said...

The nurse who assisted in the birth of our first baby was so wonderful!
I was so anxious and she was such a comfort to me.
thank you

Natalie said...

When I had surgery in 1st grade there was a nurse who would play video games with me and give me stickers. She made the whole experience less scary.

shelly said...

The nurse who helped deliver my youngest was awesome!

kellyr78 said...

The nurse that helped me during my c section recovery made a difference in my life. She was very helpful and kind.

Allison Swain said...

I grew up with my mom being a dedicated nurse! I got to go to work with her sometimes and she always took care of me whenever something happened and knew what to do. She is very inspiring.

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Seyma Bennett Shabbir said...

The NICU nurses who cared for my first son when he was born large and had a prob with his sugar level at birth!

Jerry Marquardt said...

My mother was a nurse for over 40 years, and she made a big difference in my life.

Cheryl said...

My primary care provider who's a nurse practitioner makes a difference in my life all year long. She's the most compassionate and caring health care professional I know. She's always there whenever I need her and does everything she can to keep my healthy.

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sohamolina said...

I have a friend who is a nurse and has taken care of my baby and me many times.

Betsy Barnes said...

When I had a c-section and my son was in ICU, the nurse that cared for me was amazing. She was very supportive and encouraged me to get well so I could bring my son home. :)

Colleen Maurina said...

The nurse who took care of me for my recent knee surgery was amazing! She took such good care of me. She saw that I was scared and was so kind and gentle. What would we do without nurses!

AngelWinner said...

The nurse who helped my father-in-law during his hospice time was awesome.

marcia goss said...

My husband had some wonderful nurses helping him when he was in the hospital after his stroke.
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CindyWindy2003 said...

Patti was an amazing nurse for my boyfriend, very kind, patient, always nearby if we needed something.

Tina Woo said...

Marci was the head nurse on the ICU the last time my Dad was in the hospital. She was always fantastic about keeping us updated on how he was doing and making arrangements for home care when he left.

Michelle said...

Besides the wonderful nurses who helped me when my kids were born, almost all the women in my family are nurses. I know they make a huge difference in the lives of their patients!

Isaiahsmom said...

My younger sister is a nurse and she helps so many people. And she is the family nurse to help the family with everything under the sun. I don't know what we would do without all her help.

tannawings said...

There have been many nurses over the years who have made a diifference. I would have to say the nurse in the radiology department when my husband made a big impact. When my husband was hurting she made sure he had his pain meds, she brought him ice cream when thats all hee could eat, she hed my hand when I cried. She is and was a great nurse.

Rebecca Williams said...

The nurse that means a lot to me is the nurse that helped me deliver my first daughter. My daughter came out grunting and I fell she saved my daughters life

Anonymous said...

Any nurse is great in my eyes. You can tell they love their job when they go out of their way to make you feel better when you are not. Patricia

Mary Cloud said...

My Grandma is a retired nurse and has made a great difference in our lives - always taking care of us

Rebecca said...

The nurse that brought me caffeine free pepsi every time I asked after my gall bladder was taken out was wonderful. She told me that they had gone out and gotten cans of it just for me because the hospital didn't usually have it. I thought that was especially sweet and I really appreciated that they wanted me to be comfy :)

Sarah Hall said...

She is a nurse named Carol who helped me a great deal when I fell and broke my ankle and had to have surgery. She was kind, considerate and just a wonderful person.

Tara said...

The nurse I had in the delivery room was awesome! She helped me a lot.

momo said...

I always had some great nurses when I gave birth to all my grown children.

JLin Mei said...

a nurse who helped my son in NICU

Tara Overby said...

One of the nurses who helped me during birthing my daughter was so sweet and calm. She made such a difference!

Betsy Smith said...

the one who helped in the delivery of my daughter was wonderful!!!

Lana Bilyy said...

After my dad had open heart surgery I was with him couple of nights in ICU. I had a super nice nurse and she helped him so much.

Elisabeth said...

My favorite nurse is the lady that just showed my husband and I around the Labor & Delivery unit. I’m due in a month and a half and am very nervous! The nurse was very reassuring and made us feel very comfortable!

Jillian Too said...

The poop emoji is super funny! The nurses who cared for my father after my stroke were amazing because they took great care of him both physically and emotionally.

Lacey said...

My mom is awesome as a nurse because of her warm spirit!

MamaStace said...

The first (and only) time my son was hospitalized for Asthma he was only 18m and it was really upsetting for me. T here was a nurse who checked on us often and just made me feel as good as I could, making us comfortable and keeping me informed.

Cass said...

I had a nurse inform me about advocating for my own health care, as it applied to treatment for my chronic pain. Once I started doing that, I started to get some real help from drs.

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Breanne said...

I had a teacher in high school that was also a nurse. Otherwise I've never interacted with one.

Lauren Ricks said...

Props to nurses for helping in times of need.

shigdon said...

Most of the nurses I have had in hospital stays have been awesome.

laborders2000 said...

Many years ago I was terribly sick and the nurse I had was awesome. So much so that she would call and check on me for a few days. I ended up creating a special bond with her and to this day I am still friends with her.

Francine Anchondo said...

When I gave birth to my second child I had a great nurse she helped me so much.

terry maigi said...

When our daughter was born we were lucky enough to have our sweet friend in the delivery room! She is the BEST nurse around! She made the entire delivery experience better than I could have imagined!

amanda whitley said...

when i was pregnant with my daughter who was my first born the nurse who helped deliver really calmed my nerves and was wonderful