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Did you know its Vitamin D Day on 31st March 2013?

Did you know its Vitamin D Day on 31st March 2013?

FIRST UK VITAMIN D DAY LAUNCHED TO EDUCATE PARENTS Vitamin D Day to shine spotlight on vitamin D At the dawn of British summertime 2013, growingupmilkinfo.com launches the UK's first Vitamin D Day (31 March) to raise awareness about the importance of the vitamin for toddler development.VIEW the POST

The 12 days of “Constant” Christmas – Day 8

The 12 days of “Constant” Christmas – Day 8

**CLOSED** Weaning, whilst being an exciting time for you and your baby, can be slightly confusing and extremely messy. That’s why the experts at Cow & Gate have created a free 5 Step Weaning Plan designed by a team of nutritionists and baby feeding specialists, to help you take your baby from those first spoonfuls to three puréed meals a day, in just five easy to follow steps. The Cow & Gate 5 Step Weaning Plan provides a simple framework that can be followed to establish a range of new tastes and a feeding routine for your baby, ensuring they have a balanced diet and all the essential nutrients they need. You can register for your free 5 Step Weaning Plan at www.cowandgate.co.uk/order_weaning_plan , where you can also download interactive meal planners, find more recipes or chat to other mums to swap tips on the weaning forums. After all, a little help ...

Cow & Gate Growing Up Milk

When your little ones get to a year old you can give them cow’s milk, you can give them formula milk or they may still be having breast milk. Our choice with Noah was to carry on giving him formula milk but we started to give him the Cow & Gate Growing Up Milk. Its a great formula, full of great vitamins and iron, and whats more you can actually smell the dairy from the formula. Call me crazy but it just has that smell!! Now up until Isla was born, being prepared for bedtime was a doddle, I was able to boil the kettle and prepare Noah’s bedtime milk in time, so that after his bath Noah could take his milk to bed and go straight to sleep. Now we have another edition to the family, the chance of being any kind of prepared is another matter. I often find …

There’s a lot on your toddlers’ plate

There’s a lot on your toddlers’ plate

From 12 months old, our toddlers will change rapidly as they learn to walk, talk and master many of the skills needed for life. Growingupmilkinfo.com is a website to help parents find out more about toddler nutrition, giving mums and dads the information they need to support their toddler during this amazing period of growth and development. To recognise this important period, Growing Up Milk Info has even re-named toddlers as ‘Little One-ders’. It’s not surprising that our Little One-ders need the right nutrition to support them during this extraordinary period of growth and development. By drinking two 150ml beakers of Growing Up Milk, a fortified milk drink for toddlers, you can help provide them with the extra nutrients they need, as part of a healthy balanced diet. However, Growing Up Milk Info research reveals that 78 per cent of parents think their toddler’s dietary needs are being met ...

The POTTY list….

The POTTY list….

THE POTTY LIST... Or 36 Things To Do Before You’re Three So, you've heard of the Bucket List, well this is the Potty list: a guide of 36 things to do with your tot before they turn 3. It forms part of the Little One-ders’ Toddler Census, commissioned by Growingupmilkinfo.com, and has been designed to celebrate the extraordinary growth and development Little One-ders go through from 1 to 3 years. The 36 must-do activities that make up ‘The Potty List’ are: Made a mud pie Baked a cake Finger painted Sung loudly in public Climbed a big hill Picked fruit Danced with no inhibitions Made sandcastles on the beach Been chased by a monster Jumped in a puddle so hard the water went in mummy’s shoe too Belly-flopped Fed the ducks Blown bubbles Had a teddy bear’s picnic Chosen a favourite book Ridden on the top of double-decker bus Visited a museum Been on a train ride Fed an animal Grown cress in the shape of your name Worn pants on your head Ridden the tea-cups ...