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The evolution of motherhood

A heartfelt Mother’s Day video shows how motherhood has evolved since the '90s. 

Back in the ‘90s, moms would use film cameras to capture their child’s best moments. Today, they turn to smartphones to upload photos on social media. To earn extra income, moms back then would visit their kumares to sell them goods. But these days, they can be more creative with their platforms, even using live-streaming tools to reach their market and provide for their families.

Motherhood in the '90s and today
Motherhood in the '90s and today spotlighted in Lactum 3+’s Mother’s Day campaign video.
Through the video, moms can take a trip down memory lane and remember what it’s like being a parent in the ‘90s and now. They can look at how both parents and children grew with the times as textbooks gave way to tablets, photo albums to phone galleries, and landlines to smartphones. 

Motherhood in the '90s and today

Despite all the changes, the video drives point to home that there are a few things that remain the same: mother’s unconditional love and Vitaminized Lactum 3+, a partner of mothers in providing their children proper nutrition since 1991. 

Motherhood in the '90s and today

Watch the video on Lactum 3+’s Facebook page and YouTube channel. 

Topics: The evolution of motherhood , Mother’s Day , Lactum 3+
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