You love the ‘Hurrah for Gin’ Facebook page, laugh at the ‘Hurrah for Gin’ Instagram account and are tickled by the ‘Hurrah for Gin’ Twitter account, so the question is… should you buy the book?
Katie Kirby is best known for her hilarious and highly relatable cartoons and the book contains many of them.
Yesterday was my 3 year old’s first session at Little Kickers!
We built up the excitement by going to choose a new pair of bright blue and orange trainers at Kildare Village on Saturday and we also read one of his favourite books ‘Noisy Football Fun’ at bedtime.
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Trouble is, in our heads we’re raring to go but our bodies take a little longer to get on board.
I chose the wrong career! We’ve been playing with these 4D+ (occupation series) flashcards and it turns out that I was meant to be a jockey all along 😉
Up until now we’d only let E use the iPad occasionally for entertainment or for when we were travelling so when I heard that these cards have great educational value I was keen to give them a go.
Not all bacteria is baaaaaad! Lenny the Lamb has been educating me about gut health and explaining why having the optimum balance of good and bad bacteria is especially important for toddlers and young children.
Good bacteria plays an important role in supporting and maintaining strong digestive and immune systems and helps prevent low immunity and allergies such as eczema, asthma and food intolerances.
Like any other parent my child’s health is my top priority and I would do anything to keep him well. Walk over hot coals, climb Everest or take up skydiving – all of these would scare me to death but there’s nothing worse than seeing your child sick.
Though E doesn’t go to creche he still adores playing with other children in play centres and playgrounds however I’m always worrying that he’s going to catch something. As much as I’d love to wrap him up in cotton wool that’s definitely not an option. So what’s the solution?
Vivioptal Junior is a scientifically developed advanced food supplement and is suitable for all children from the age of 1. With 12 essential vitamins and 7 trace minerals it gives them a boost and offers parents peace of mind. It has an RRP of €9.95 and is available in leading pharmacies across Ireland.
Fortunately my toddler loves his fruit and vegetables but I’ve no doubt that he will go through a fussy stage. At least if he’s taking a supplement I know that the basics are covered and I can be more patient about waiting for him to grow out of it.
While I’m talking about being fussy, I can confirm that E had no problem with the orange taste which is essential when he needs to be taking it every day. As well as that, by explaining that I was giving it to him to keep him well he was excited to take it.
So, I for one am going to sleep more easily knowing that by giving him this supplement I’m giving him the best possible chance of staying healthy all year round.
P.S Vivioptal Junior syrup has no artificial colours, lactose, salt, alcohol, fat, yeast, egg or peanut oil – phew! It also has not been tested on animals and does not need to be refrigerated.