Now that Mia is eating on her own we’ve had quite a few messes. Meals at our house are quite messy and on quite a few occasions I left Mia with her baby food only to turn around with it everywhere! Usually around dinner time everyone is tired and hungry and my older kiddos are slowly melting into their chairs acting as if they didn’t have a snack just over an hour ago. Those moments are where I dance around the kitchen trying to keep everyone happy as I dance around the table serving their food. Somehow by dancing and having fun we start our meal on a happy note.
One of our favorite brands that keeps our baby happy is Happy Family. Right now they are sharing “Stories From The Bright Side” a video series that is very funny that features stories from 5 other bloggers. Those stories are then acted out by acted out by improv troupe the Upright Citizen’s Brigade. I found the stories to be really funny and the added funny is how it’s all acted out.
It’s really funny so check out this video:
Happy Family has been keeping my kiddos happy and healthy. I know that when before meal meltdowns happen I can count on Happy Family to keep my baby happy. For a mom who wants only the best for my kids organic is the choice our family makes and I really do respect Happy Family’s commitment to healthy and happy babies! From hearty meals on the go to snacks I can feel good about we are already using Happy Family in our home. You can get a $.50 off Happy Family organic snacks and meals here and easily find a store near you with the Happy Family products you love!
You can continue to check out all of the “Stories from the Bright Side” and to go to the Happy Family Facebook page and upload your own funny feeding story for others to see and laugh about. Happy Family will pick a funny feeding story to award $20K towards their child’s college education. So what are you waiting for? Share your feeding story and you could win!
What is meal time like at your house? What’s your feeding story?
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“This blog post is part of a paid SocialMoms and Happy Family blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own.”