Tuesday, September 30, 2014

#Enfagrow Toddler Formula and Giveaway!

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This is a sponsored post by Enfagrow. All opinions are 100% my own

I have 3 children. My middle is a boy, he's 2.5 and he's possibly the most picky eater I've ever encountered. He won't eat meat, he doesn't like any vegetables, he doesn't like mashed potatoes, etc. He likes some fruit and then some not so good food like mac n cheese, chicken nuggets, fries and cheez its. 

It's a struggle trying to get him to eat the right foods and instead of letting him starve I feed him the not so good food just to get him to eat. In turn I feel like he's not getting enough good stuff and nutrients into his diet. We started a multivitamin a few months back, but he really needed more. That's where the Enfagrow comes in. It is a next step formula for 9-18 months (Toddler Transitions) or 1-3 years (Toddler Next Step). 

We received 1 can of each to try out and use. I've been using the 1-3 year one with him for now. And then saving the 9-18m one for my youngest (7 months) or for my 2.5 year old once the 1-3yr runs out.

The Enfagrow has DHA, which is wonderful for brain development. On average toddlers are only getting 25% of DHA through their every day foods. Enfagrow is a great way to make this higher and give them more. 

85% of brain growth happens in the first 3 years! So it's important to feed the brain through the toddler years and Enfagrow is a wonderful way to do this.

Enfagrow also has important nutrients like Calcium, Vitamin D and iron! Things that many children lack.

Enfagrow is sold in a powder or ready-to-drink boxes. Perfect for on the go!

I've found that my toddler likes to drink it, if he doesn't see me make it! If I make it up and tell him it's a milk drink, he'll drink it. But if he sees me making it, he won't! So I just make it after he goes to bed and put it in the fridge for morning! This works perfectly for us! And he thinks it tastes like milk! I give it to him once a day and I can't say for sure if it's working, but I know it's not hurting him in any way!

Since he's such a picky eater, I feel confident giving him Enfagrow to help get in important nutrients and vitamins.

To learn more about the benefits of DHA in your toddler’s diet, you can visit: http://bit.ly/V8JSy3.

Enfagrow is hosting a giveaway also*!!!

Just comment below and let me know what you like best about Enfagrow!!
That's it!!! Giveaway runs from September 30th-October 11th

I also received compensation from the maker of Enfagrow for this post.


 NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. LEGAL RESIDENTS OF THE 50 UNITED STATES AND D.C. 18 YEARS AND OLDER ARE WHO ALREADY HAVE INTERNET ACCESS AND VALID E-MAIL ADDRESSES ARE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. Promotion begins 9/30/2014 at 12:00 AM PST and ends at 11:59 PM PST on 10/11/2014. Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received. Official Rules, eligibility, prize descriptions and odds disclosure are available at . Sponsor: Mead Johnson & Company, LLC, 2400 West Lloyd Expressway, Evansville, IN 47721. I received compensation and free Enfagrow for this post. Enfagrow would be happy to help you with your question. Please contact them at 1-800-BABY-123


Sharon Davis said...

I agree. It is so important to help the brain growth in the early years. I like seeing that I can get DHA for my kids and help them expand their brains as well.

Gina F. said...

I like about Enfagrow they have vitamins, minerals and brain-nourishing DHA, to help fill in the gaps in your toddler’s nutrition.

Lana Bradstream said...

I like that it is loaded with nutrients while being flavored so kids enjoy drinking it!

Mrs. Stephens said...

I would like to win because I would love to start my son on this formula instead of just jumping to regular milk. I think it's a great way to transition.

luv911fun said...

My girl is 6 months & I'm already dreading the transition. She has acid reflux so I worry about introducing new things to her little belly. Enfagrow seems like a smooth transition!

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bbrittbrat1398 said...

I love that it has nutrients to help infants grow.

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Susan Smoaks said...

i like that it's nutritious!

Melanie Comello said...

I like that it has all the nutrients and vitamins my little girl needs and that she likes the taste of it. Especially since she's lactose intolerant, and she doesn't like the taste of other options like silk and almond milk.