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Dare Bear Paws Crunchy Crackers


When it comes to easy access snacks, crackers are an automatic healthy snack choice in our house. Our only concern when buying products like crackers, cookies etc that may eventually end up on a lunch is to make sure they are nut free. Our daughters school is nut-free and we, like any other parent abide by the no-nut rule for safeties sake.

We had the opportunity to try out the new Dare Bear Paws Crunchy Crackers in cheddar cheese!

Fun meets crunch in these baked crackers, shaped like the original Bear Paws cookies, that are made with real cheddar! Perfect in lunch-boxes or as a snack at home, the whole family is sure to love every bite!

We occasionally buy Bear Paws cookies which our kids love, so we knew they would enjoy the new Dare Bear Paws Crunchy crackers too!

We are happy that there are companies like Dare who care about the health and well being of our families by putting pride into quality food products.

For more information about & where to buy Dare products visit www.darefoods.com

*This is not a sponsored post. We had the opportunity to try Dare Bear Paws Crunchy crackers on behalf of the MomCentral Canada testing panel. All opinions are honest and my own*

– Posted by @AMotherhoodBlog

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Happy Birthday Juice Box!

It’s back to school time and what better way to get back into it than post about one of lunches favourite things, the Juice Box!

Juice boxes and kids go hand in hand. From a quick drink on a long trip to packing them in school lunches, juice boxes are simple, preservative free and can be stored in the pantry, refrigerate at  your own taste! Juice boxes have been a convenient way to quench your childs thirst!

From A Motherhood Experience: HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO JUICE BOXES!

This year the juice box turns 30, and Tetra Pak, the world’s leading food processing and packaging solutions company and manufacturer of juice boxes, has set out to give this pantry staple the party it deserves. How can you join the party?

1.    Check out the website, juiceboxbirthday.ca, where you will find plenty of ways to celebrate the drink that keeps your family on the move such as themed games and a place to share juice box memories.

2.    Next, crank up the volume on “Celebrate the Juice Box!” by the Juice Box Heroes, a popular kids music group and their original single commemorating the birthday beverage available free download.

3.    If you can’t help tapping your feet, consider making your own music video debut. You can enter Tetra Pak’s contest (http://juiceboxbirthday.com/contest.php) to create the best video version of “Celebrate the Juice Box!” The contest will last through October 31, when 9 finalists and 1 grand-prize winner will receive cash and other cool prizes. So, cue up the video camera and have the whole family join in the creative process!

*Information in this post was provided by MomCentral Canada, I did not receive any compensation for this post, this post was written for informational purposes. For more information about Mom Central Canada and their product testing panel visit www.momcentralcanada.com*

 
 

Beautiful Day.

Today is one of those days where the weather is wonderful and you should really be out and about enjoying it before the cold fall and winter seasons come back to haunt us. Unfortunately for me, other than going for an errand earlier and picking up DD later on, I’m pretty much house bound for today.

Doing laundry before it piles up as school begins next week for DD. Ds is resting at the moment so I’m able to slip away and get a little writing done.

This morning DH encountered the daycare director. She wanted to know if we planned to keep DD in daycare after her class in Kindergarten or have her bus home by 11am.

DH and I have been running it through our brains all week, we decided it would be enough with three hours of learning. It isn’t the exact same environment and there are elements such as homework involved which right now she has none of only being in the preschool program, preparing her for what comes next week in elementary school.

Tomorrow we are running errands to finish preparing for Dd’s birthday party which is in 3 days, the grown up party in 3 days as well as school on Monday. I think my brain is doing more thinking than anything though. I know it will all be fine just before school jitters.

Well off to finish my laundry.

Keep dreaming…

 
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Posted by on August 26, 2009 in back to school

 
 
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