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What Do You Want for Your Child In 2016? Moms Of The World Respond

Some say how you spend New Year’s Eve suggests how you’ll spend the rest of the year. But we all know that sipping Champagne under streams of confetti is a far cry from what’s actually to come.

What we do know is that every new year is full of promise: It’s a chance to make a fresh start, outline your goals or ignite some much-needed changes. Inspiring mothers everywhere to start the new year off on the right foot -- and to think big about their children's futures -- we partnered with Johnson & Johnson to ask mothers around the world what they hope for their children in 2016.

susan koh
-Susan Koh, blogger at A Juggling Mom

emily collie
-Emily Collie, founder of Melbourne Girl

patricia cuyugan
-Patricia Cuyugan, blogger at mrspcuyugan.com

bettina elias siegel
-Bettina Elias Siegel, founder of TheLunchTray.com

glaiza garciatominio
-Glaiza Garcia-Tominio, blogger at Moomy Musings

monique solomon
-Monique Solomon, blogger at Irie Diva

heidi kristoffer
-Heidi Kristoffer, yoga instructor and blogger at HeidiYoga.com

emily herring dunn
-Emily Herring Dunn, blogger at The Newfangled Housewife

klc
-Kristin Quinn, blogger at Misadventures in Mommyhood | Photo by KLC

lisa stone
-Lisa Stone, co-founder of BlogHer

flowers
-Autumn Krisfalusi, blogger at Our Blended Home

chelsea lee smith
-Chelsea Lee Smith, blogger at Moments A Day

shuyin tan
-Shu-Yin Tan, blogger at Shu-Yin’s Sanctuary

As we ring in another year, Johnson & Johnson remains dedicated to its commitment to improving lives for women, children and families around the world. By working with partners in healthcare, Johnson & Johnson continues to advance the health and well-being of over a billion people throughout the world, every day.