Friday, August 29, 2008

Maven Says: Yummy Yoplait Yogurt (and win free stuff!)

My girls don't drink much, if any milk. As a Mom of young girls in a family with an awful history of osteoporosis that worries me. Thankfully they are big fans of cheese and even bigger fans of yogurt. Yoplait Kids yogurt makes it easy for them to like, you can eat it or drink it. Options are always good when you are four and your mother is trying to get you to eat something other than crackers. The kids yogurt has less sugar than the other yogurt which makes me feel better about what they are eating as well. Pulling out a cup of yogurt from the Dora pack makes it a little easier to get Boobah to down something good for her and admit she likes it too! Its smooth and no chunks of anything for her to ponder. My bigger kids stay in the Yoplait "family" and slurp up Go-Gurt like there is no tomorrow. Some for the fridge, some for the freezer and everyone is happy.

I am always trying to find ways to make sure my kids get everything they need to do their best. Yoplait Kids yogurt also comes with DHA to boost the growth of their brains. Kids brains grow exponentially up to age 5 and Yoplait Kids yogurt has DHA, found in breast milk, and shown to enhance brain growth. You can find more information on the magic of DHA by clicking here.

Need a cool place to keep your Yoplait Kids yogurt in the car or at the park? Thanks to the folks at Yoplait and Parent Bloggers Network I have a little giveaway. Leave me a comment and mention the yogurt and I'll pick a commenter at random for an insulated Yoplait kids lunch bag perfect for long car trips or a day at the park.

Have enough bags and want to help out that brain some more? Leave a comment with the word brain in it and I'll randomly select on poster to receive a Brain Quest game for 2-3 year olds to help their emerging language skills.

1 comment:

Esmerelda said...

Dominic LOVES yogurt. He goes on kicks where he'll eat some every single day.

Having it handy is a nice before dinner snack that holds him over and doesn't spoil, either.

My kids still think yogert is like candy! HA!