Boost Kid Essentials for your Picky Eater {Giveaway}

 

 

 

Hayden hasn’t always been a picky eater, but it seems like in the past year he has gotten a lot worse. When we had his 4 year old check-up in February, I knew that his pediatrician was going to ask me about his diet. His diet consists mostly of fruit and yogurt (which is good!) and maybe some Mac and Cheese and English Muffin Pizzas. It’s definitely hard to get him to eat veggies or meat, I’m always having to hide them into his meals.

Hayden’s always been in the 50% for weight and he still was for his checkup, which means he is about 36 pounds. He’s the youngest one in his class which means he is also one of the littlest. Since he’s been such a picky eater, my main concern is he’s not getting all of the nutrition that he needs. There’s too many times that he doesn’t complete a meal and it worries me!

That’s where Boost Kid Essentials comes in!

Boost Kid Essentials is a delicious drink that can completely replace a meal if needed. Available in vanilla and chocolate, each drink provides 240 calories, 24 essential vitamins and minerals and 7 grams of protein! I love knowing that if he doesn’t finish a meal, he’ll enjoy this treat and I know that he’s getting everything he needs for his body.

Over on the Boost Kid Essentials Facebook page they have a great new campaign where they will be featuring three different families sharing their stories throughout the next month and how the drinks have helped their picky eaters get the nutrition that they need.

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I was excited to see the first video from The Brunelle Family. I really related to them since they also had a son who was 4 years old and a picky eater. Make sure to head over, check out their video and tell me what you think! You can even share your story with them on what you do for your picky eater!

Live Chat!

On this Wednesday, May 23rd at 10am CST, I’ll be participating in a live chat on the Boost Kid Essentials Facebook Page talking about my struggles with a picky eater and I would love for you to join me!

If you have a picky eater also, I’m excited to announce that I’ll be giving FIVE readers FIVE coupons so you can try Boost Kid Essentials!

Just enter the Rafflecopter form below!

The Giveaway

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Disclosure: I received compensation as part of a campaign for Boost Kid Essentials. The above giveaway is being sponsored by me and not Nestle or Kid Essentials. Prizing will be fulfilled by PR firm. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. Kelly Elswick says

    I identify with picky kids! I have a 3 yr old that I worry is getting good nutrition. He is so picky, and refuses to even try most foods.

  2. angela says

    Fortunately, I didn’t have picky eaters but think this would be a great supplement to any child’s diet.

  3. says

    I have a picky eater and am going to have to check this out. I know my nephew drinks it but hadn’t thought about trying it with my little guy!

  4. sarah says

    I have a niece who is a picky eater, and my daughter won’t really eat meat. I have always wanted to try them on this.

  5. Audrey Griffis says

    pickey eaters my 2.5 year old son will eat great some day s but others we are lucky he likes yougurt and milk

  6. Denise C says

    We’ve had feeding issues with my son, so I completely understand being concerned about being underweight. It’s a really tough thing to deal with when your child isn’t growing like he should.

  7. Jennifer Marie says

    I can identify with my son being a picky eater and my son has always been in a low growth percentile too!

  8. Laura Liz Bee says

    My son is a picky eater too. I worry he is too skinny for his age just like she does for her son.

  9. tam childers says

    yep im concerned my son might be underweight he is very picky some days he just doesnt want to eat

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