Brekkie for Little A in our house consists of Weetabix, Alpen, Dippy Eggs, Dragon porridge (Readybrek), Toast, Warbie’s Raisin Bread and his personal favourite Cheerios. Due to Little A resembling a Duracell bunny most mornings I definitely want to keep the sugar on the down-low and when I absentmindedly picked up a stray Cheerio the other day (must stop that) I was pretty shocked by how sugary they tasted. On my next foray into Waitrose I spied these new Alphabites and as Little A polished off 2 bowlfuls this morning I think they are a hit. Although no quite au fait with his letters yet (I got him to identify the ‘O’s) he also loved identifying all the illustrated bears on the back of the box. I love the Bear brand as their products are always with what they call ‘no added nonsense’. In this case Alphabites have no added sugar, no salt and no artificial colours or flavours. Sounds good to me.
Amateur blogger and London mum to 'Little A' and 'Little B', I'll be sharing all the handy hints, tips and products discussed by all the mums at the playground. Giving you the lowdown on all the latest for the mini me in your life.
About ‘Little A’
Now in 'Reception' at his 'big school' Little A days are filled up learning how to read and write, wrestling with his pals and showing his little sister the ways of the world. A big fan of gardening, cooking and the Great Outdoors, Little A is certainly an adventurer and an explorer who is definitely still keeping his mummy on her toes.
About 'Little B'
Now an independent 2 and a half year old, Little B is flexing her vocab muscles and has us in fits of giggles with her newly found grasp of language. She is particularly adept at dodging the hairbrush and she still thinks Little A is the funniest person she knows. A lover of bunnies, cake and hide-and-seek.
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