Outgrowing the Kiddie Car Seats with Mott’s Medleys Fruit-Flavored Snacks -Giveaway!

Here we are, our twin girls finally at 5 years of age.  We’re still using the toddler carseats, but we’re itching to convert them to kiddie booster seats.  We’ve reached the requirements for age and height, but we still have a few pounds to go.

The twins, particularly Halle, are a bit on the finicky side when it comes to eating.  It also doesn’t help much that we’ve been feeding them mostly healthy foods, which aren’t that big on calories.

Because so many children are obese these days, it’s skewed the national average, and technically – according to the charts at our previous pediatrician’s office – it would seem as if our girls are underweight.

Ok, yes, they could both do with a few pounds more, but they’re hardly scrawny!

Nevertheless, I’ve tried getting them to be less picky about eating what’s put in front of them, because frankly, it’s for their own good.

Putting myself thru culinary contortions to make healthy food palatable to their pickly little palates has been difficult.

So I said “Screw it!” and went for bribes!

We award points if they’ve eaten all or most of their food each day, but sometimes that doesn’t always get the job done.

So, I’ve started going for relatively acceptable snacks.  Cookies and cake are still very rare in our home, candy is mostly only for holidays and celebrations, but things like fruit snacks – y’know, those gummy-like fruit-flavored things? – have been added to our “sometimes ok” list, as well as homemade or juice ice-pops, and sometimes ice-cream, in addition to the usual fruit, graham crackers and other healthy snacks.

Recently, I was sent a gift pack from Mott’s (yep, the juice people), consisting of their new Mott’s Medleys Fruit-Flavored Snacks.  We received 3 boxes of Assorted Fruit flavor, and 3 boxes of Berry flavor.

The girls loved both of them (and yes, I admit to helping myself to the trove, as well).

While I’m sure some green-lifestyle purists reading this are experiencing shock and horror, sometimes a mother’s gotta do what a mother’s gotta do.

And really, there could be worse things I give my kids to eat – soda springs to mind on that score.

The fruit snacks taste pretty good, and I like that they have vegetable juice in them, and one of the shapes is a carrot, which the girls really liked.  After eating them, the girls were actually more willing to eat real carrots, so that’s a win!

I like the little pouches the snacks come in – not too large, not too small.  I also put these into the goodie bags we handed out to our guests after the twins’ 5th birthday party we had recently.


Mott’s® Medleys Fruit Snacks

Kids will love the delicious taste of these fruit blends but won’t taste the hidden veggies. Mott’s Medleys are the fruit and veggie snack that will leave both moms and kids smiling. Even better, they’re:

  • All Natural
  • Made with Real Fruit & Vegetable Juice
  • Good Source of Vitamin C
  • Gluten Free & Fat Free
  • Do not contain artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners or preservatives

If you’d like to buy these in the store, here’s a link to print out a coupon for 60 cents off while supplies last!

And…thanks to the generosity of the folks at Mott’s and MyBlogSpark, 4 of my lucky readers can each win a Mott’s Medleys Fruit-Flavored snacks Gift Pack, just like the one that I got!

Each gift pack includes 6 boxes of Mott’s Medleys Fruit-Flavored Snacks!
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  *The product, gift pack, information, and additional sample have all been provided by Mott’s through MyBlogSpark. I received 6 boxes of this product for review purposes.  The opinions above are my own and not influenced in any way by the sponsors.  I was also offered an additional 4 gift packs to giveaway to my readers.

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