Singer Kelly Rowland recently sat down with TheKnockturnal to talk about her partnership with baby laundry detergent Dreft, motherhood, and more. Check out highlights from the interview now!
On how her partnership with Dreft happened:
It was super easy; they heard I love the product. I’m not the type of person to attach myself to stuff unless I really use it, unless it’s really a part of my home. Before I even signed on to be a part of the team, I was already washing [one-year old son] Titan’s clothes. His sheets, everything in his room I wanted it to smell like baby. I wanted it to be babyfied. So that’s exactly what I did, so when he came home, it was just perfect. Even before he got there I was opening the drawers, waiting and counting down the days for him to come home and smelling everything.
So they heard and they were like, ‘we definitely want her to be part of the campaign.’ And it’s been really easy. Every product, like Dreft Active Baby, I really use, even when they don’t send it to me, I’m buying it. And it works! And it’s hypoallergenic. And my son has eczema, I have eczema. We all wash our clothes in Dreft, to be honest.
On her favorite thing to do with Titan:
Right now: read. I’ve been reading to him since he was in my belly, and now he literally goes to his bookshelf, picks up a book and asks me to read it. Of course, non-verbally. I think I’m really proud of that because I wanted him to be a reader; to just enjoy that for himself.
On Titan’s favorite books:
Right now he loves “Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?” and “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” This one book called “I Can Do It,” but I go I can do ehhht. *Laughs And “One Love,” and at the end of it I sing the song to him. He loves music.
One Love by Bob Marley?
Yes. They had Bob put some of the lyrics inside of the book with a little illustration to go along with it.
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