Jenny - Our New PopYum SuperStar from Arizona
Jenny- Our New PopYum SuperStar from Arizona
Let’s give a big welcome to our new PopYum SuperStar Jenny! She is an amazing mom of 7 children - her 2 youngest who are currently using PopYum are Santiago, 1 year old, and Joseph, a 2-week-old newborn!
PopYum Superstars features our wonderful PopYum moms and dads who love to share the joy of PopYum with other babies and parents! We love to meet all of you wonderful PopYum family and friends. It always brings a smile to our face seeing the joys of feeding and to be a part of your baby’s life. We would like to give a big shoutout to our superfans, who will be honored with the title of PopYum Superstar!
PopYum Superstars can earn free PopYum products, become an affiliate with PopYum on Amazon, have an article featuring him/her in our blog and a mention on our website, and may be involved with some of our exciting activities- such as giveaways, contests and more! For a chance to be a PopYum star, share your stories and posts with your baby and PopYum and you may be selected to be our next PopYum Superstar!
PopYum is very excited to have Jenny as our nineteenth PopYum Superstar joining us! We got the wonderful chance to talk with Jenny to learn more about her amazing journey as a new PopYum mom!
Jenny’s Instagram: @jennyhernandez_0021
PopYum: How did you feel the day you became a mom for the first time?
Jenny: The first time I found out that I was going to be a mom was a sour sweet moment. I was 15 years old and nervous because life was going to be depending on me and I was scared to do it wrong and upset that little person.
PopYum: How did you discover PopYum?
Jenny: The day I discovered PopYum was like if I had found a best friend that I would always take with me to help me do bottles and not have the baby crying for a long time while preparing his bottle. I found about them on an Instagram reel and I followed them and made my best decision to purchase them!
PopYum: What tips would you give to a first time parent that you wish you knew when you had your first baby?
Jenny: My tip as a mom to first time moms would be "Don't let go of your kids, hold them, smell that baby smell that they have 24/7. It'll be gone too soon! Cherish every moment, every cry, every sleepless night. Time flies and they grow up too quickly. Those little feet and soft hands will grow up too quickly before you know it.
PopYum: What do you think is the most challenging part of being a mom?
Jenny: As a mother I feel the most challenging part as a mom is starting to get a routine with sleepless nights, having you time, being able to shower, clean, cook, and go to doctor visits, but we are meant for this and more. We got this. This is why God made us WOMEN because we are worth more than we think we do! And we can do more than what we think we can!
What’s your favorite thing about PopYum?
O-M-G my favorite part about PopYum is it's like having a best friend with you in your pocket to help you make bottles when the baby starts crying. Just grab and feed! Period! No need to have a baby crying and suffering because he or she is hungry!!
What is your favorite part about being a mom?
My favorite part about being a mom is absolutely everything. From day to night you'll see your kids smiling, crying, playing, making a mess, walking, and learning. And you know they are all yours! They will one day pay it all back and you'll feel so proud of everything you did!
Tell us about you! What are your passions, talents, etc.?
I'm a Hispanic mother of 7. I'm bilingual. I recently lost my mom this June 2022 and it's been so hard learning to live with no advice, a grandmother to your kids, no support, and no warm hugs. I want to appreciate PopYum because they were there for me since the beginning of my loss until now!! They've been a shoulder I can cry to and vent to! I've had open arms with them 24/7.
Do you have any “mom hacks” or cool tips or tricks you’d like to share with the rest of PopYum Nation?
When you need to cry, cry! When you need to vent, do it! Take care of yourself first, then your kids. You need to be at 100 to give that 100 to your kids! You can't give the rest of what you have to your family because at the end of the day, you are tired, drained, and stressed. You can't expect your kids to be at 100 if you are only at 60%. If you are good, your family will be too! Take it day by day.
What do you think about Jenny’s amazing story? Comment below! We’d love to hear!