While planning our activities for the kids long weekend this week, I pulled up the Norm of the North preview and it was an instant hit with the kids.
Lilly was jumping around trying to “Shake her Bear Thing” while Aidan immediately saw Norm the polar bear dancing on his head and thought it was the coolest thing ever. So of course he had to try!
Norm of the North tells the story of Norm, a talkative, lovable polar bear who doesn’t quite fit in at home in the Arctic. However when his home is endanger of being overtaken by developers, he ventures out to NYC with a few helpful friends by his side, to take on the big apple and save the day.
This film tells a great story about facing fears, taking chances, and the amazing rewards that can come from stepping outside our comfort zone.
I-C is hosting a contest and you can enter to win one of 5 $100 Fandango gift cards to purchase tickets to see Norm of the North in theaters!
I was intrigued when I was invited to try Cheeky Monkey Peanut Butter Puffs last month at Big City Moms “Biggest Baby Shower” in Boston. I had never heard of these delicious peanut butter puffs and was excited to taste them and to learn more about the interesting health and nut allergy information that goes along with them.
My first thought when tasting Cheeky Monkey was, these taste great! The texture reminded me of a cheese curl and the taste was similar to peanut butter toast, which happens to be a favorite in my home. So Cheeky Monkey definitely passed my taste test, and the individual packages make them an easy snack on the go, solving my busy mommy problem.
Best of all Cheeky Monkey is a healthy and nutritious snack!
100% Organic and Non GMO
No added sugar
Contains plant based protein and healthy fats
Knowing all this along with the taste my kids love, has made Cheeky Monkey a go-to snack in my home.
However the taste and convenience are not what makes Cheeky Monkey so unique. Cheeky Monkey was created to be the prefect “first peanut food” for babies.
I remember years ago, being advised to stay away from peanuts when my children were infants. However doctors are learning more and more about nut allergies and now studies are showing that 6 grams a week of peanut protein can reduce the risk of developing a peanut allergy.
Now that we are learning that early introduction to peanuts can reduce the risk of developing a peanut allergy, we need to find the safest food option for introducing peanuts into or babies diets. Cheeky Monkey has done this by creating an snack that is easy to hold for self feeding and also melts in the mouth for safe eating.
Giveaway Ends: January 25th, 2016
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