The first two years are an exciting time for both parents and our children. I remember just being in awe of how quickly mine grew and how she explored her new world. When they are first born, they are so tiny and I had so many fears. I still worry, but for the most part I am learning to be a mom just like my children are learning about themselves.
One way that parents like myself make sure that our babies are on track developmentally is by keeping track of milestones.
One of my most memorable milestones of my daughter is when she sat up by herself for the first time. She had been trying for weeks and each time she was unable to do it, she would get so frustrated. When she finally achieved this milestone, it was a great celebration for both her and me!
Another great moment was when she had her first serving of infant cereal. She has always been a huge eater, which was so unlike her siblings. The first time I put that spoon in her mouth, she just had this look of excitement in her eyes! She just loved having something to eat and while she made a mess, it was a joyous and funny moment.
When my daughter celebrated her first birthday, it was time to get her off of formula and for her to starting drinking milk. It can be difficult for a baby to suddenly change their diet. This is where Baboo from Natrel comes in.
What is Natrel Baboo?
This dairy product helps your 12 to 24-month-old child transition from breast milk or formula to regular milk. For sensitive tummies, you can be reassured that Natrel Baboo is easy to digest. It also has 4% milk fat content, DHA omega-3 fatty acids as well as vitamins A, C, D, E and B6. These are all vital for your child’s nutritional needs.
What is really great about Natrel Baboo is that is does not have to be refrigerated, making it perfect for days at the park. This is so convenient for parents like me, who are always on the go. With summer coming up soon, we are going to be spending a lot of time outdoors and this product makes it so I have one less thing to worry about.
Have you given your child Natrel Baboo yet?
“Disclosure: I am part of the Natrel Baboo Blogger Campaign with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.”