5.20.2016

Growing up with Olly vitamin boosts

Fully acknowledging I sound like an old lady here, but I can't help myself... my kids are growing up way too fast. Physically, they're growing like weeds. I can't buy pants long enough for these children. Emotionally, well, there's a lot of emotions happening in our home at the moment. Maybe it started with Vivian in school full-time this year, but between the two of them, my babies are long gone. Waaaah...

I've started giving them vitamins to aid in their growing bodies, and that's part of the reason I'm so excited to partner with Olly Kids this month. They've recently released 4 new supplements that my girls are loving: Super Brainy, Happy Tummy, Growing Bones & Mighty Immunity. Not only do they taste yummy, but they can also double as dessert, moms! That's a win win in my book.

























I love discovering a solid product that is healthy for my kids (Olly products are packed with vitamins and made from natural colors and flavors) and these new flavors really cater to kids' growing needs. With a long winter finally behind us, we really took advantage of Mighty Immunity, and the girls' current favorites are Super Brainy and Growing Bones -- because who doesn't want to grow up smart and strong? They love getting to pick out their favorites after dinner each night, so vitamin-chewing has easily become part of our daily routine.

























As they continue to grow, I hope we're instilling in them many valuable lessons (like climbing trees!), but chief among them is taking care of their health. Olly is a first step in the process, and I'm so thankful for that.



Lastly, exciting news! Olly is participating in an AWESOME "Up, Up and Away" giveaway with Tea Collection, Target, Starbucks and Method Home -- like, amazing. Enter HERE to win:

- A year supply of your choice of two OLLY Kids Wellness Boosts
- $250 gift card to Tea Collection
- $500 gift card to Target
- $100 gift card to Starbucks
- A year supply of method cleaning products

Good luck, and here's to growing bodies (sniffle) and starting healthy habits early!


Disclosure: This post features sponsored content. All opinions herein are my own.

2 comments:

Hatton said...

I am so glad you posted this. We need to get started with vitamins and now I don't have to do the research.

GayNYCDad said...

Those vitamins are delicious looking, I want them! Plus, they can fill you up for a bit. And thanks for the contest info!
Mitch

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