Boost Kid Essentials: Win a $50 Gift Card and Case of Boost




So many kids I know are such picky eaters (mine included!) and I’m sure a huge fan of Boost Kids Essentials – it helps ease your mind on if your child is getting all of the nutrition that you need. It’s a delicious drink (available in chocolate or vanilla!) that can completely replace a meal if needed. 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 are featuring three different families who are 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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This week’s family is The McCoy Family, whose daughter is a cancer survivor and like any other three year old, a picky eater! Boost Kid Essentials helps her and the other McCoy kids get all of the nutrition that they need. Make sure to click over and check out their video.

I have really enjoyed the three families that they have showcased. Each family has a different reason for using Boost Kid Essentials – but all three are getting their children the nutrition they need with it! I think that I related the most to the Brunelle Family, who also has a picky 4 year old like me! Make sure to check out my post with tips that are working for my picky eater!

Make sure to share your own personal story of dealing with picky eaters with Boost on their Facebook page! You can also check out the yummy recipes they have created to try with your Boost Kid Essentials products.

The Giveaway

I have loved sharing with you more about Boost Kid Essentials and now I have an exciting giveaway for you! One lucky reader is going to win a case of Boost Kid Essentials and a $50 Gift Card!


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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.



  1. Rebecca Wilson says

  2. Alicia S. says

    I don’t really relate to the McCoy’s, but that little girl is so darn adorable and has been through a lot!!! So I like the McCoy testimonials.

  3. Jenniffer says

    The Brunelle family. My son is also 4 years old wearing a size 2T. He drinks two boost shakes a day to keep his nutrition up. He is a very smart and loving child.

  4. Laura Miller says

    I can relate to the Brunelle family the most. We were just told that our daughter, Ivy, is a little underweight as well.

  5. Jennifer Marie says

    We can relate to the Brunelle family the most. Both of my sons are small for their ages. They are both tall, but their weights are under the average.

  6. Leslie Galloway says

    The Brunelle’s because my daughter started out at the top of the height and weight chart, but the older she gets the farther she falls down the percentiles. She’s 6 now and wears a 4.

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  7. ANN*H says

    None of them but I guess I will say the Brunelle family. I worry about my grandson getting the proper nutrition because he wont eat fruits or vegetables

  8. Audrey Griffis says

    teh mcroys- i was a preschool teacher before i had kids and had 2 kids with cnacer in my class and i saw teh toll it took on there little bodies

  9. says

    I relate to the McCoy Family.

    I am the mother of a child who had cancer. I remember it like it was yesterday – encouraging Olivia to drink what they’d given her during one of her hospitalizations. She’d made such progress in getting better in every other way that the only thing holding her back was drinking. Even at such a young age, she was wise and mature for her age. She tried so hard to drink it up that day….she always tried so hard.


  10. Cynthia K says

    I can’t say that I can relate to any of these families. The closest would be the Brunelle family.

  11. Barbara Montag says

    The Brunelle family shares their concerns about son Van being underweight for his age.
    One of my daughters was also underweight.
    Thank you.

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