Five Celebrities Who We Know #ThinkBabies
These celebrity parents get that building a better future starts with babies!
ZERO TO THREE created the Think Babies™ campaign to make the potential of every baby a national priority. Early experiences shape how a baby’s brain develops, laying the foundation for future learning, behavior, health and success throughout life. On May 8, children and families from all 50 states and D.C. will descend on the nation’s capital for the second annual for Strolling Thunder. They will meet their Members of Congress to share what babies and families need to thrive:
- Quality, affordable child care
- Time for parents to bond with their babies
- Healthy emotional development
- Strong physical health and nutrition
These celebrity parents prove they understand what babies need to reach their full potential, and we wish they could join us for Strolling Thunder to help spread the #ThinkBabies message.
1. Serena Williams
2. Chrissy Teigen
3. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson
4. Nate Berkus
5. Jimmy Kimmel
It’s Time to #ThinkBabies
If we had our druthers, Serena, The Rock, Chrissy, Nate, Jimmy and many more celebrity parents would be strolling with us and bringing the thunder for this exciting and critical moment in time to #ThinkBabies. These celebrities are an inspiration to so many people around the world as loving parents, as talented professionals and as passionate champions for positive living. Thank you!
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