Munchkin LATCH Baby Bottle Giveaway

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LATCH has an accordion-style nipple which moves, pumps and stretches like the breast. The three key features that aid in the transition from breast to bottle and back are:

o   Stretches for a Better Latch: Accordion-style nipple designed to stretch like the breast all the way to a baby’s soft palette, affording babies an easier latch
o   Pumps Like the breast: Pressure applied on the nipple emulates flow rate like that of mother’s breast and increased pressure impacts milk flow
o   Anti-colic: A one-way anti-colic valve is located at the bottom of the bottle allowing for milk to flow out and air to displace the milk

You can find LATCH on www.munchkin.com

and here:

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JBF is hosting a giveaway of one 4 oz bottle, one 8 oz bottle, a LATCH bottle brush, and the Stage 2 and Stage 3 nipples (2 nipples/pack). This giveaway has a retail price of $40.

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To make sure that your children are getting the right amounts of fruits and veggies in their diet, here’s a fun, interactive and rewarding way to satisfy their health needs without all of the extra fuss! With this healthy eating chart, purchasable from Etsy.com, you will be able to keep track of the amount of foods your child has eaten throughout the day and prompt them to eat healthier!

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On Confessions of a Homeschooler, Erica made delicious, easy-to-make fruit pops for her kids. This is an easy way to increase your children’s fruit intake! Also, this is a sweet alternative to candy, such as Starburst or Skittles.

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Simple Chart

So instead of constantly worrying about if your children are getting enough of their nutritional needs, you can easily keep up with their food intake with these healthy food charts. These snacks above will also be an easy, tasty way for children to get the vitamins they need without the hassle. With these tools, you’ll be sure of what your kiddos are eating, and they will be on the right track to growing healthy and strong!

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