Different generation, Different parenting styles. But a mother’s goal is ALWAYS the same…

Anzalna and Debbie have different parenting styles from their mothers but there’s one thing they both agree on when it comes to raising a happy, healthy child… 

If you’re a mother yourself, do you find that Mother’s Day isn’t just about celebrating your own motherhood? Rather, it’s also about celebrating the other mother figures in your life as well.

Well, that’s us too.

There’s a special honour reserved for mothers. After all, without the support and nurture of a mom, we’d never be who we are today. And once we become parents ourselves, the roles shift. Now we understand what momhood is like and we do the things we do as parents… 

Like worrying over how to care for our Little One.  

Or how to best parent them despite our own limitations.  

It’s something we found so relatable in Enfagrow’s latest Mother’s Day campaign… 

There’s a special maternal care we feel for our children once we become a parent. As Debbie in the video above says, watching her son grow up happy and healthy is a most rewarding gift.

Our mothers felt the same when she had us, and so did her mother. And so did her mother’s mother. It’s a multigenerational instinct. 

But even though we have now have the same title of “MOM” now, our parenting styles can differ from our mother’s own. 

Notice how Debbie is the more adventurous parent while her mother is more cautious. She doesn’t mind letting her son get a little dirty when he plays outdoors. 

Conversely, when it comes to bedtimes, Anzalna prefers her son to have a routine while her mother is more easygoing about sleep timings. 

You can imagine how both pairs of grandmas and young moms have different parenting styles across the generation …

However, one thing is clear in both these videos… 

While both young mothers have different parenting styles from their own mothers, all these women had the same goals: To see the child in front of them grow up happy, healthy and smart.

Hence, Anzalna & Debbie also took this opportunity during this Mother’s Day to appreciate their mums who have always been supporting them during their motherhood journey and in giving the best to their children too. 

In this case, it was both celebrities’ mum and their mum agree to choose the right nutrition for their grandchildren with Enfagrow A+

Enfagrow A+ Mindpro Step 3

If you’re wondering why Anzalna and Debbie are firm supporters of Enfagrow A+ Mindpro Step 3, it’s because this milk powder is fortified with MFGM and a highest# DHA … and more!

Anzalna and Debbie trust that with Enfagrow A+ Mindpro Step 3, Eidrees and Danton are showing better learning ability and fall sick less.

This is because Enfagrow A+ MindPro is the only brand that contains MFGM and highest# level of DHA that meets global expert recommended daily DHA intakes^ which help supports a child’s immunity1 system and brain growth2-3.

A Mother’s Care + Right Nutrition = A Happy Childhood

With motherly care and the right nutritional formula, a child is bound to grow into their healthiest selves. 

The best childhood a child can have is one where they can play and discover the world around them. That means, giving them space to grow mentally and physically. And the right nutrition to support their interactions with the world. 

Both Debbie and Anzalna would surely agree with this from the way their children are enjoying their childhoods as they play and learn, no matter rain or shine. 

And of course, with lesser sick days 🙂 

Enfagrow A+ Mother’s Day New IG filter and Contest

Enfagrow A+ has specially curated a Mother’s Day  Instagram filter for you to share your appreciation for your mum as well! Who is that important Queen (or Empress) in your life? We’d like to know who she is and why she’s so significant.

Join the Enfagrow A+ Grandmother’s Day celebration and tell us about your appreciation for your mother or mother-in-law. Or any mother figure in your life). You could just win* up to RM12,500 worth of prizes for yourself and your special Queen!

Find out more about the contest: https://www.facebook.com/enfagrowmalaysia/videos/477634816988604/ 

# Compared to key growing up milk brands in the market as of August 2020. Enfagrow A+ provides 120mg DHA in 3 servings per day. Applicable to S3 & S4 only.
^FAO/WHO recommends daily dietary DHA intake of 10-12mg/kg body weight for children 12-24 months or 100-150mg DHA+EPA for children 2-4 years old. Reference: FAO 2010. Fats and fatty acids in human nutrition. Report of an expert consultation. FAO Food and Nutrition Paper no.91. FAO: Rome
¹Veeraman et al. (2012). Nutrition 28(7-8), 749-752. Coupled with hygiene practices.
²Hussain. G et al. Lipids Health Dis 18, 26 (2019)
³Kuratko, CN. Et al.2013. Nutrients, 5(7), 277-2810

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