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We teach our children to “use their words” when they are angry. As parents, there are many times when we probably shouldn’t use our words. In fact, words might just make things that much worse. I am a fan of laughing to get through tense moments. Take the above picture as a perfect example. We brought the children to their very first professional baseball game. We had great intentions! The kids, on the other hand, did not have the same feelings. I bet you can figure out the rest! The picture, and memory, will forever hold a spot in our parenting wins handbook.

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Parenting Wins: Some Convos are Best Left to Emojis

As I mentioned, there are times when using our words are not the best option. Sometimes when my husband and I are especially frustrated about something we prefer to text. Through text, we can use our adult words and keep the frustrations out of earshot of the kids. When it comes to kids, Luvs knows exactly where we are coming from. Not only are they the official diaper of experienced parents, they are the first to launch Promojis. Ever hear of them? Neither had I, until just recently. They make sense! In fact, my husband and I had a good laugh as we texted back and forth about the kids while I was at work just the other day.

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Aren’t I hysterical? In all seriousness, though, emojis are on the tip of everyone’s tongues and busy, experienced moms know a picture is worth a thousand words! Sometimes communicating a diaper blowout or your toddler’s public meltdown is best and most easily expressed in emoji form – and Luvs has developed their own “Momoji” keyboard for experienced parents. Just because it’s called a “Momoji” doesn’t mean that dads can’t use it, too! My husband thought it was hysterical! The first custom emoji keyboard created specifically for moms and dads, the Luvs Momoji Keyboard was inspired by experienced parents and their affinity for emoji use, and gives parents more ways to easily express all the emotions that come with real-life parenting.

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The Luvs Momoji keyboard, inspired by experienced parent truths, gives moms more ways to express themselves in a language they are already using…through emojis! And unlike regular emoji keyboards, the Luvs Momoji Keyboard app is the first to offer access to the latest in emoji technology – the Promoji – which helps busy moms hunt for diaper deals on the go. I think that one of the biggest parenting wins is saving money, which is why I LOVE Luvs diapers! The Luvs Momoji Keyboard can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store℠ for iOS devices and Google Play™ for Android devices. Once downloaded, parents can use the Luvs emojis characters in SMS & MMS iMessage, Hangouts, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, WeChat, Tango, and Gmail as a way to easily express the emotions that come with real-life parenting. Want even more to love? You can be the winner of a $100 Amex gift card and a pack of Luvs diapers, just by filling out the below form! Be sure you are following Luvs on Facebook and Twitter for all of the latest and greatest news and promotions!


  1. That looks awesome. I think pictures like emojis are often better at conveying a message than words. Mom-based emojis would be so much fun!

  2. I’m really not a big Emoji person, but omg, that Emoji of the red and white poop? Had me laughing hysterically. I really think though, that if I only texted my husband an emoji that he would have no idea what I meant LoL

  3. This is such a great idea for an app. I love it. Sometimes, emojis allow me to capture my feelings more than I could with words. Thank you for the post….I will definitely check this out.

  4. hahah that is funny looks like my family always someone tired and just not having a good time..:).. I know we all use those little emojis on a daily basis in our heads..

  5. At least you guys were able to get out as a Family…It’s nice to see, even if one of the kids didn’t have a great time…

  6. I agree to teach children to use their words when they get angry as sometimes verbalizing it decreases how bad you really feel.

  7. I must be old-fashioned, but I just can’t get into emojis! I like the idea of using them to find good deals, though!

  8. What fun memories! You may not have enjoyed it then, but at least you’ll be able to look back and laugh at it later!!

  9. I love this idea. I really need to try this. Between the stress that comes with parenting and the stress that comes from someone trying to put us out of business and being completely shut down for over 2 months leaving our family with no Christmas this year. This would be a nice way to lighten the mood between us and maybe put a smile on our faces.

  10. what a great ideal!love the emojis!especially the coffee cup one ,im sure alot tired moms can relate to that one lol!and i can decently vent my frustration,.so cute!

  11. I have not downloaded the Luvs Momoji Keyboard yet, but it looks like a lot of fun with the right icons to describe my nephew.

  12. I must be getting old because I don’t even know how to use/get those momojis. I guess my grandbaby will have to teach me. 😉
    That’s about the best I could do.

  13. I think this is such a cute idea. It’s an awesome way to clearly get your point and feelings out while handling a child.

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