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Copy-Kids Review and Giveaway

If your kids are like mine you have struggled to get them to eat healthy foods. They come in "Mom I want a snack." and you tell them "Well why don't you get a banana or apple?" Well of course they are never that Recently I got the chance to review a great new video that helps encourage healthy eating habit in kids. Of course my 9 year old just rolled his eyes and insisted I was wasting his My 7 year old and 4 year old however LOVED this video. They got to see kids just like them eating foods that they would have run out of the room screaming over like it was a monster. When we went to the store we picked up each of these foods :O) they sat down and tried a bit of each.......the avocado video needs a bit more watching however hehehe, but I can't say I disagree with not liking it. This video is geared towards younger children, and features children from ages 9 months to 4 years of age. It is so important to build healthy habits at a young age, something sadly I didn't do with my oldest, because as you age habits become harder and harder to make. If you have a young child this video is for you! It has one two great awards and has been approved by the USDA and added to their pre-school Education and training tools database! Copy-Kids has been gracious enough to offer a copy of this DVD to one of my readers. Please make sure and enter on the Rafflecopter form below and good luck!

**I recieved this product in order to wriet a complete and honest review. All vies expressed are that of my own and were in no way influenced**
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hippie_mom said…
Depends on the moment, but currently any fresh fruit especially kiwi.
Lately he has really been loving watermelon!
Unknown said…
My son loves apples, but couscous with veggies runs a close second.
Mayla Moore said…
My son loves strawberries!
Watermelon and grapes!
Unknown said…
My girls love all sorts of food but I think their favorite is oatmeal.
Unknown said…
Taylor's changes all the time. Today, she wanted a pickle. She hates pickles. And yesterday she didn't like turkey but today she ate a sandwich. Who knows. lol
price21100 said…
Pizza is my son's fave
Isra said…
All my kids love anything, pasta
Anonymous said…
Mac & Cheese (Lucy Hall)
Romina said…
My son loves pasta. His current favorite is cheese ravioli.
polly said…
chicken strips for my little grandson
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sweetstarshine1 said…
my kids love granola bars and grapes

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