My boys love yoghurts, for the boys they're tasty treats and for me, it's an easy way of making sure they get plenty of calcium and vitamin D in their diet. LP has always liked milk, he has it with his cereal in a morning, has milk at school, and, like I said, he loves his yoghurts. BP is slightly more difficult to please, he won't drink milk and refuses to have it on his cereal so making sure he gets plenty of calcium and vitamin D in his diet is a little more challenging.
Frubes is the largest portable yoghurt brand, you can put them in lunchboxes or school bags as a healthy treat during the day. Available in Strawberry, Red Berry, Peach, and Banana flavours they contain vitamin D and calcium which help to build strong bones.
You see it's not just babies that need help building strong bones, according to the National Institutes of Health taking care of your child's bones whilst they are young is important as around 90% of their lifetime bone mass is set by the age of 18! Your little one's body can't make calcium, they have to get it through their diet and vitamin D is important too as it helps the body absorb calcium.
Which is why I choose Frubes to help my boys get the calcium and vitamin D they need. To celebrate Frubes' partnership with the must-see family film of the year, The Angry Birds Movie, Frubes has created a squawksome dance-off between the Angry Birds and mischievous Pigs. First of all we visited the website angrybirds.frubes.co.uk to see how the Birds and Pigs did it, then my boys picked sides; LP (7yrs old) was with The Pigs and BP (12 yrs old) was with the Angry Birds, and we busted moves, got our groove on, and basically shook the house (or garden)!
We visited the website and had some fun with the dancing Angry Birds.
BP efforts, given that he's 12 and likes to take on his tween persona a lot, were impressive. I was surprised that he wanted to take part and while he doesn't particularly enjoy the dancing, he did enjoy his Frubes!
LP was a completely different story. He got into the spirit of things by doing pirouettes, funky walks, and he loved spinning. We spent a little time outside busting our #FrubesMoves and I happened to mention there were masks to print on the website. He immediately wanted to go inside to print a mask so he could do different moves with a mask, so that's just what we did.
As part of The Angry Birds Movie partnership, Frubes is running an egg-citing on-pack promotion until 31st October, offering families the chance to flock to the Bahamas for a fun-filled island holiday to spot exotic birds and swim with pigs?
The competition includes a weekly draw to win a whole host of Angry Birds Move merchandise, with a grand prize of a family holiday for four to spend six nights in Bahamas! Doesn't that sound brilliant?
How would you bust your #FrubesMoves?
This post is an entry for BritMums' #FrubesMoves Linky Challenge, sponsored by Frubes.