Category : Kids

Cat Headphones for Kids

There’s rarely a time in our house that there isn’t someone listening to music — we have it turned up on the weekend mornings while we make breakfast, full-blast in the car on the way to school, and it’s the choice way that my girls wind down at the end of the day. That being said, there are times when I want to have music turned up in our house… and times when I’d prefer that they keep their tunes to themselves (has anyone else reached their Taylor Swift quota for this lifetime?).

LED Cat Headphones

The Brookstone Cat Ear Headphones (currently on sale for $130) are the coolest new way for kids to choose how they listen to music at home or on the go. Easily switch from listening to them on your own, via the cushioned, background-noise cancelling earcups, or flip the switch to allow your music to the speakers that are hidden in the cat ears. Kids can turn a quiet music session into a dance party with their family or friends the second their favorite song comes on!

Every parent knows that having devices that do double or even triple duty are a lifesaver. With these headphones, there’s no need to have an additional speaker to let your kids listen to music outloud. It’s truly an all-in-one listening device, which makes it even more appealing to parents. (Don’t tell our kids!)

In addition to that fun and useful feature, they have control over the LED accent lights that light up when they’re listening to music. Plus, parents will love that the batteries can be charged via USB and kids who are gamers will love the detachable boom-mic to use when they’re playing.

Store Display - Brookstone

Get a pair for your own little kittens

The Brookstone Cat Ear Headphones are currently available in your local Brookstone store or online at

This is a sponsored blog; while the views expressed here were genuinely mine, consideration was paid to me by Brookstone to review this product.

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Mother’s Day is just around the corner and as a mom, nothing is more special than seeing the excitement on the sweet faces of my little ones as they bring me their homemade Mother’s Day gifts. Even if I were to be spoiled with a day at the spa, gifted that trendy new bag I had been eyeing, or lavished with diamonds, those adorable crafts filled with their tiny hand prints or sweet photos will always be the Mother’s Day gifts I will cherish the most. (The diamonds might come in a close second though. You know, if toddlers are giving those out these days!)

We designed this fun Mother’s Day printable set to showcase those adorable kiddos sweet faces. Help celebrate any mom in your life with either a fun printable gift tag that can be turned into a framed print or with a sweet card.


The Thank You for Helping Me Grow Mother’s Day Printable can be custom-sized to suit your needs this Mother’s Day, from a gift tag to a fun framed print.


1. Printed photo of child.
2. Scissors
3. Double-sided tape or glue
4. 8×10 frame

1. Print the downloaded file.
2. Cut photo to size of the center of the flower. The easiest way to do this is to place the photo with the face directly on top of the flower’s center, and hold up to a window to trace outer edge. Be sure to cut slightly outside the traced line.
3. Adhere the cut photo to the center of the flower.
4. Place in frame.

DIY Mother's Day Printable

Say it with a card

The matching Thank You for Helping Me Grow Card is a simple and sweet way to brighten the day of any mom. Want to make it more of a Mother’s Day gift? Add a gift card to Mom’s favorite spot!

DIY Mother's Day Gift Card

1. Printed photo of child.
2. Scissors
3. Double-sided tape or glue
4. Sheet of card stock or heavy paper

FREE Printable Mother's Day Card

1. Print the outside of the card on card stock.
2. On the same sheet of card stock, but the opposite side, print the interior of the card.
3. Fold and trim to size.
4. Cut photo to size of the center of the flower. (Note: See above for additional directions.)
5. Adhere the cut photo to the center of the flower.
6. Optional: Adhere gift cards with double-sided tape.

FREE DIY Printable Mother's Day Card

What Mother’s Day gift has been your favorite to receive?
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When traveling with my kids, the first thing I worry about is how to bring the everyday essentials with me… diapers, wipes, water and snacks for the plane, not to mention how to clean food items in a hotel room! For my upcoming tot-friendly vacation, I am trying out the OXO Tot collection to make travel with kids just a little bit easier.

The Most Convenient Wipes Container EVER

Must haves for travel with toddlers

The On-the-Go Wipes Dispenser w/ Diaper Pouch has been a lifesaver for both travel and home. In my diaper bag, diapers have a way of getting folded in half, filled with snacks or left behind! The On the Go Wipes Dispenser with Diaper Pouch helps my mommy brain from leaving one of the two behind — all moms know how hard it is to change a diaper without any wipes and having wipes without a clean diaper handy is pointless! The large button makes it easy to pop open with one hand while I keep the other hand on my very squirmy toddler. This trip, the One the Go Wipes Dispenser with Diaper Pouch has been permanently attached to my stroller with the convenient silicone tether!

Must-Haves for Travel with Tots

Snack time always has me concerned on beach vacations. With my kids, it feels like snack time is all the time so I need to be prepared! The Flippy Snack Cup with Travel Cover checks all the boxes when we’re traveling. For the airport and stroller time, the opening at the bottom of the handle conveniently hooks onto the stroller straps. When not in use (in my case, when it’s empty!) I can hook in onto the Mommy Hook on my stroller handle bar, or I snap on the travel cover and throw it into my bag. The travel cover is a dream for when we are at the beach and keeps the sand from making our snacks extra grainy!

OXO Tot Collection for Travel

The Straw Cup (7 oz.) is just as clever with a twisting lid that covers the straw when not in use to keep in clean. In the scorching heat, the clearly marked measurements on the side put my mind at ease knowing how much water the kids are drinking.

At the end of the day, pulling out the Cleaning Set for Straw & Sippy Cups makes me feel at peace knowing that they are getting a good cleaning when I don’t have access to a big kitchen sink or dishwasher. Every mom has tried — and probably  failed — to wash toddler cups and containers  in a hotel and the Cleaning Set is the perfect solution.

OXO Tot Travel Line

Make sure you’re following us on Instagram on Friday, April 29th to see exactly how we’re putting our OXO Tot products to use at our  spring vacation destination… The Atlantis, Bahamas!

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We send our kids to school each day into the hands of wonderful, caring people who are their teachers. We talk about how wonderful they are, we listen to our children talk about how much they love school, but do we ever take the time to let our children’s teachers know how much we truly appreciate what they do, day in and day out?

The month of May is Teacher Appreciation Month, with many schools celebrating the first week of May, making it the perfect time show your child’s teacher how much you appreciate them! After speaking with many teachers, we came up with a few gifts of appreciation that all teachers will love.

Teacher Appreciation (1)
5 Teacher appreciation gift ideas… straight from teachers
1. A class-made book

Teachers love collaboration! As they are always emphasizing working together as a team, teachers would love the class to organize a recipe book where each child contributes their favorite recipe. Put them all together in a beautiful notebook like this one from Minted. We bet your child’s teacher can’t wait to try them all!

2. Wine glasses

At the end of a long week of  teaching, there is nothing better than sitting back and enjoying a glass of wine! Give your teacher these awesome wine glasses that say it like it is! (They make them for parents too!) We are sure this gift will be well received.

3. Personalized stationery

Personalized stationery created on beautiful paper is a chic way for your child’s teacher to send you a handwritten note from the classroom to let you know how wonderful your child has done on an activity! We love this beautiful stationery!

4. Gift cards

Gift cards are always useful and can be purchased for your local coffee shop, bookstore, movie theater or mall. Keep in mind — all teachers have different interests, so choose a gift card accordingly. Quizzing your child will probably help, as they often know their teacher’s hobbies and related interests.

5. Books

Purchasing books to add to the classroom library is every teacher’s ultimate gift as they are always adding to their already existing collection. Teachers love to read your child’s favorite storybook to the class. Offer to go into your child’s class for a special read-aloud that will allow the children (especially your own child!) to hear you read the book. Don’t forget to include a special note to the teacher inside the book to mark the occasion!

How are you celebrating your teachers this year?
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Knock, knock…

While April may be rainy and gloomy at times, it’s also National Humor Month, which means it’s the perfect time to bust out your best corny jokes, witty limericks, and brain-teasing riddles. Whether you’re a fan of the classic knock-knock joke or into funny puns (punnies?), don’t resist the chance to pass on the therapeutic value of humor to your kids. After all, laughter lifts spirits, relieves stress and improves quality of life. Plus, it’s the one contagious thing you’ll actually want your kids to pass around! No matter what age you and your kids are, humor and laughter are good for the soul.

10 Free Printable Lunch Box Jokes for Kids

Print and laugh with this free printable

Whether your kids share your quirky sense of humor or have one entirely their own, we can help in the laughter department. This free printable has 10 hilarious tried-and-true jokes for kids with punchlines that your children are sure to love and want to share with their friends. Feel free to print them out (link to the printable below) and include one in their lunch box, hide one in a book, or tape one to their alarm clock over the next few weeks or anytime your kid might need a little pick me up. Who knows, they might even give you a little credit for being funny… but I wouldn’t hold my breath.

Printable Lunch Box Jokes for Kids (FREE!)

{Printable PDF Lunchbox Jokes for Kids}

What your favorite kid-friendly joke?
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I am certain I’m not the only one eagerly awaiting warm and sunny days. Here in New England, April showers have been quite persistent. While my kids do their fair share of playing in the rain, it’s still pretty chilly, which means that outside playtime only lasts so long. On these long rainy days of early spring, I need to be equipped for indoor fun!

10 Rainy Day Activities for Toddlers

10 Rainy day activities for toddlers
1. Make your own sensory bins

My son’s occupational therapist gave us this idea and the boys love it! Go to any big box store and buy plastic storage bins. I buy medium-sized bins that fit on the table and I also ensure they have secure lids… for obvious reasons. What you fill your bins with is up to you — we mostly do dry rice, pasta, or beans. I like to hide items inside that the boys have to dig around to find — lots of fun and great for their fine motor skills.

2. Build a fort

This is one of my boys’ favorite activities. It’s so simple and yet it gives you hours of entertainment. I pull out old sheets and blankets and help the boys hang them from the furniture safely. They’ll read books and hang out in their new hideout for hours.

3. Baking

My boys love to help in the kitchen. Baking is a great activity for us to do together, the boys feel accomplished, the house smells awesome, and well, every gloomy rainy day calls for a tasty treat!

4. Bathtub painting

What kid doesn’t like to make a mess? I say let them do it in the bathtub on a rainy day! Not only will it keep the mess contained, but you don’t have to worry about the cleanup. Looking for a fun bathtub paint recipe? Check out mine on Mainely Mama.

5. Make a home movie theater

Some days are just made to be movie days. A rainy and gloomy day in New England — or wherever you live — is a perfect excuse. My boys line up their chairs, I make popcorn, and they make “tickets” to get in to the show.

6. Make your own Playdough

After years of avoiding it, I finally started making our own Playdough. It’s actually super easy and smells a heck of a lot better than the store-bought version! Made with simple ingredients found in my pantry, it’s a great rainy day project. I also highly recommend experimenting with different scents using spices or essential oils, like this Pumpkin Spice Playdough recipe.

7. Play dress up and do a photo shoot

This can be really fun… if your kids are like mine and like to be silly and have their picture taken. Hang a white sheet on a wall in your house (preferably one that gets good natural light), get out your dress up clothes and props, and have a blast in your own photo booth. Take lots of pictures of your little ones having a fun, and if you have a timer on your camera, be sure to get in some of the pictures (years from now you’ll be glad you did).

8. Build an obstacle course

We are lucky enough to have a great basement for this, but use whatever space you have for this fun way to get some extra rainy day energy out of your toddlers. You can use everything from couch cushions to laundry baskets to exercise balls to mini trampolines. I love the ideas in this obstacle course post from

9. Create a time capsule

The saying goes, “The days are long, but the years are short,” and it’s so true. These crazy rainy days can send my head spinning, but soon enough they’ll be a fleeting memory. Create a time capsule on your next rainy day at home — include a list of everyone’s current favorites (foods, words, toys, etc) and have each kiddo put in something special.

10. Do a scavenger hunt around the house

This doesn’t need to be fancy or complicated, but while the kiddos are napping (if you’re lucky enough to have nappers) or while they’re eating lunch, put together a scavenger hunt. Perhaps it’s a list of things they need to find — something blue, something furry, something old, something that makes noise — or if they’re a little older, write clues leading them to around the house and eventually to a small prize, snack, or new activity.

What’s your go-to rainy day activity?


This post was contributed by Rebecca Spear as part of Savvy Sassy Moms Product Scouts. You can find more from Rebecca on her blog, Mainely Mama.

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Car seat shopping can send your head spinning these days. There are so many great options out there and the innovation and technology is constantly improving. There is no one perfect seat, as every family’s needs are different, but here are some things to keep in mind when looking for a new seat: age of kids, number of kids, vehicles you own, travel plans, how many seats you have (i.e. are you transferring between cars often), and, of course, your budget.

We welcomed our third son 3-months ago and with the almost six year age gap between our oldest and youngest, we needed to update our car seats. We recently had the opportunity to try the new Grow and Go Air 3-in-1 Car Seat from Safety 1st and have had a great experience with it.  Each of my boys have had turns riding in it — they range in age from 3-months-old to 6-years-old — and each of them has been quite comfortable in the seat. Here’s some of the reasons we’re loving it and will be holding on to it for a while:

 Meet the New Safety 1st Grow and Go Air 3-in-1 Car Seat
Versatility and longevity

We are a family of five with three different vehicles, so a seat that can accommodate each of our kiddos and that can be easily moved back-and-forth between vehicles is a big win in my book. The Grow and Go Air 3-in-1 is designed to grow with your child from 5-100 pounds to 100 lbs — 5-40 pounds for rear-facing and 22-65 pounds for forward-facing,  with use as a belt-positioning booster for kids 40-100 pounds.

Car seats that will fit your kids from birth through kindergarten

As parents, we all want to feel confident in the safety features of our car seats. The Grow and Go Air exceeds federal safety standards, offering superior safety with Air Protect®, an advanced cushion system that provides extra protection, a QuickFit™ harness that allows you to easily get a good fit for your kiddo, and a three-position recline makes it easy to get a fit in your car. Always remember that proper installation is a key factor in the safety of any seat.  I strongly recommend having a certified CPST check your installation.

Rear-facing capability

I’m a big stickler when it comes to car seat safety and keeping my little ones rear-facing until at least 2-years-old is important to me. The Grow and Go Air makes that easy. The seat can be used in the rear-facing position from 5-40 pounds, with three recline positions, and three comfortable grow-with-Baby pillows to keep the kids comfortable as they grow.

Rear Facing in the New Safety 1st Grow and Go Air
Ease of use

We’ve really been putting this seat to the test over the past few weeks. I’ve been moving it frequently between vehicles and adjusting it for each of my boys, so when I say this seat is a breeze to install and adjust, I mean it. Some features that make it especially user-friendly include the QuickFit™ Harness, which makes it super easy to adjust both the harness and headrest in one simple step (love that), the seat is lightweight and easy to maneuver (even for me), and cleaning this seat is so simple (not matter how many times I say my kids will never eat in the car, that rule is quickly thrown out the window), so having machine washable seat pads is key. The pillows for Baby are also reversible, which is genius and and so helpful to keep going when dealing with messes and blowouts on the road.


Honestly, this seat looks so comfortable — it’s nicely padded and the fabric is extremely soft. My older boys have actually been arguing over who gets to ride in it… their favorite features are the texture of the fabric and the two cup-holders. It’s amazing to me that each of my boys are happy riding in this seat. My 3-month-old was nice and cozy, and supported by the Grow-with-Baby pillows.

Car Seats to Fit Older Kids

While the look of a seat isn’t critical, a nice looking seat is definitely a plus considering it will be in your car day in and day out. The Grow and Go Air 3=in-1 has a sleek appearance and comes in a number of different attractive color combos. Our seat is the Evening Tide design, and the aqua and gray is really sharp.

The Safety 1st Grow and Go Air 3-in-1 Car Seat retails for $199 and can be found online and at many major retailers.

What do you look for when shopping for a car seat?


This post was contributed by Rebecca Spear as part of Savvy Sassy Moms Product Scouts. You can find more from Rebecca on her blog, Mainely Mama.

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20 Must Take Spring Photos

As soon as the sun begins to shine and the weather turns warm, I am bursting at the seams to get outside and take some photos of my kids. Spring is packed with fun holidays, special events, and gorgeous colors, making it the perfect time to get the kids outside and play around with your camera. Whether you’re taking a trip to your local park or dressed up in your Easter finest, there are so many great occasions in spring that you’re going to want documented in digital format. Let’s get clicking!

20 Must Take Spring Photos of Kids

Spring holidays and sporting events

Springtime is plum-full of amazing holidays, sporting events and special occasions that make for some really great photos of your kids and family. Easter is the dominating holiday of the season and is packed with more photo opps than you can imagine. From photos with the mall Easter Bunny to egg decorating and hunting, this holiday is filled with photos you’re not going to want to miss. Make sure to take a photo of the family in your Sunday best, as well as a picture of all the goodies in the kids’ baskets, the kids wearing bunny ears, and them finding eggs.

St. Patrick’s Day is another holiday that deserves to be documented — get a photo of your kids in green, making leprechaun traps, or eating (or not eating!) green eggs and ham. Don’t forget Cinco de Mayo, Earth Day, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Spring Break and Mardi Gras. And if you’re a sports enthusiast, make sure to get photos of your March Madness brackets, your kids in their favorite MLB team on Opening Day, sporting an NHL playoff jersey, wearing fancy hats for the Kentucky Derby, or practicing their putting for the Masters.

20 Must Take Spring Photos of Kids

Exploring outdoors

After being cooped up all winter, there’s nothing my kids and I love more than getting outside and enjoying nature in the spring. Everything is new, green and lush, which makes for some really amazing photos. Get some pictures of the kids smelling the tulips and daffodils blooming in your yard, as well as photos of the blossoming trees and flowers.

April showers mean great opportunities to get outside and let your kids have some fun! Get some photos of them in their rain boots splashing in puddles, twirling their umbrellas, and catching raindrops on their tongue. After the rain stops, take them rainbow chasing or let them dig for worms in the flower garden. Spring is also the perfect time to take kids hiking… before trails get too hot, buggy and overgrown. Later in the spring is a great time to go fishing, catch butterflies, and go strawberry picking.

20 Must Take Spring Photos of Kids

Everyday details

Even though there are a ton of special events, occasions, and holidays in the spring, don’t forget to take some photos of the everyday moments in your life that you don’t ever want to forget. Make sure to get a photo of your kids riding their bikes in front of your house, wearing adorable sunglasses, and eating their favorite snacks on the front porch. Snap a pic of your son throwing the ball for the dog, helping mow the lawn, and peeing in the backyard. Take photos of your daughter chasing bubbles, catching a grasshopper, and picking a bouquet of wildflowers for you. Get that picture of the two of them having suckers in the wagon together, playing baseball, and running down the street hand-in-hand. Because while special occasions are, well, special, it will probably be the ordinary everyday mundane details of your life that you’ll miss the most when they’re no longer this little.

20 Must Take Spring Photos of Kids

Spring photography checklist

If you’re in need of some inspiration and ideas of what to take photos of this spring (and every spring over the next decade), here are 20 must-take spring photos. Start a tradition of taking all of these photos this year and comparing them to how much things change and how much older the kids look in next year’s photos!

Spring Photography Checklist Printable

Whether you’re working with only your iPhone or with the fanciest DSLR on the market, just get out your camera and start shooting! Every photo you take of your kids captures a moment that’s gone forever. Don’t miss out on a minute — capture your story today.

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Nothing makes me happier than a new stroller. I’d go for a new ride over a snazzy pair of shoes any day and if it has a cup holder? Someone fetch the smelling salts because I’m fainting from joy over here.

When it came time to move from one kid to two I was in a slight panic over what I would need. Requirements included (but not limited to): a large canopy, seating for two that wouldn’t make me the obnoxious woman in the mall, the ability to fit in my trunk when folded and, of course, a cup holder.

Please meet the new Joovy Caboose Ultralight Graphite.

Meet the New Joovy Ultralight Graphite Stroller
Old Joovy vs. new Joovy

First off, let me tell you what’s new and improved. For starters it’s 10% lighter than the previous models and 21% lighter than the standard Caboose Graphite model — that’s always welcome when you’re having to lug it around everyday. Also, the canopy extension for the rear rider has been improved. While not huge, it does offer some shade for your older child and it very easily zips on and off when needed (for instance it gets in the way when your child is standing, but is great for when seated). Other improvements include the pretty new graphite colored aluminum frame and a leaner profile.

What You Need to Know About the New Joovy
For your baby

The Joovy Caboose Ultralight Graphite could seriously be the one and only stroller you need, from birth on. Easily snap on the universal car seat attachment and you are off and running with more than enough room for your older child.

At 3-months-old, your baby is able to ride on the front seat with its five-point safety harness, three recline positions and utterly huge canopy. The Caboose also has a weight limit of 90 pounds — 45 pounds per seat — which mean your front and rear rider will be comfy for years and years to come.

If you have two littles at the same time, consider the Caboose Rear Seat, which turns the rear platform into a full-size forward-facing second seat with all the features of the first, including full recline. In my opinion this was surprisingly easy to snap on and off, and completely functional. Keep in mind that your rear rider isn’t getting the same canopy, but I found that there was still plenty of shade with the canopy extension. In addition, you will also lose some of your undercarriage storage space as that area is now for little feet to dangle. (Caboose Rear Seat suitable for kids up for 2-1/2-years-old and sold separately.)

Check out the new Joovy Ultralight Stroller
For your rider

When we first tried the stroller, my (standard sized) 6-year-old insisted on taking it for a spin. Even at six, she was easily able to hop on-and-off, sit comfortably, and stand without getting in my way, all with tons of room. For smaller riders, the rear bench offers a five-point safety harness.

New 2016 Strollers You Must See
For you

If you are picky about undercarriage storage, like I am, you will be happy to know this stroller has plenty. However, it is a bit tricky to access —  the rear bench needs to slide forward in order to get to it, meaning you will need to kick out your rear rider first. And, if you have the Caboose Rear Seat installed, the undercarriage storage is virtually inaccessible. A bummer, but definitely not a deal breaker.

On the upside, hello cup holders and snack tray! The parent organizer is made of a neoprene material so it’s stretchy, holds two cups, and it has an open pocket on one side and a zippered pocket on the other.

When it comes to its folded size I was completely impressed with the new Joovy. I have a smaller-sized crossover SUV and was nervous about even attempting to get this into my car since my usual full sized travel system took up the entire trunk. All I needed to do with the Joovy Ultralight Graphite was pop off the snack tray and it fit perfectly, albeit at an angle, but any other double would be a no-go.

Lastly, I found the actual ride and steering to be smooth and comparable to a single stroller. I can’t even believe I’m saying that about a double stroller!

All About the New Joovy Ultralight Graphite

I have never been a double stroller person, but I found the Joovy Caboose Ultralight Graphite to be easy to use, easy to fold, easy to store, good-looking, fully functional and fun for my kids. Since strollers are now becoming an investment purchase for your family, you really want something that will last longer than a certain period in your child’s life. Your stroller now needs to tick off more boxes than ever before. If you’re in the market for a double stroller, I would definitely give this one a good long look, you will be glad you did.

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We’ve all heard it a million times — real fruit, whole foods, all natural — but if that’s the case, what are ingredients like maltodextrin and corn syrup doing in the ingredient list? And why is there an ingredient called “natural flavor” in many so-called natural products?

The difficulty lies in the ever-clever branding. This makes it so challenging to identify products that actually are what they say they are when we’re strolling the aisles of the grocery store with our kids. Not only is it tricky for our children to decipher what’s actually healthy, but it’s challenge for parents, too! And while branding can be designed to be legally accurate, by any reasonable standards of interpretation, companies are crafting misleading messages.

Froozer Frozen Snacks for Kids are 100 Percent Natural

Finding truly healthy food choices for kids

It can really be a stuggle to get kids to eat the kinds of healthy foods they enjoy, but that we know will also nurture their bodies and minds. And with so many health foods that are less than such, it is so easy to be duped.

Enter Froozer.

Finally, a food brand that is exactly what they claim to be — freshly harvested fruits and vegetables, picked at their peak of ripeness, flash frozen whole, and blended to create a frozen yogurt-like snack. It couldn’t be any more simple or delicious or good for our kids!

All about Froozer

Richard Naha, CEO and founder of Froozer explains that for many products on the market today, the first step in the puree process for fruits and veggies is blanching them in hot water or steam, which degrades and exposes the fruit to oxygen, causing water-soluble nutrients like fiber, Vitamins C and B to break down.

However, Froozer is just two steps from nature — once it’s picked, the fruit is frozen and shipped. Froozer skips the complex journey fruit traditionally takes in order to maintain the integrity of the produce. Froozer does not add sugar or water and is not made from juices or concentrates. The only thing added is 0.8% guar, which is a naturally sourced fiber. In addition, Froozer is non-GMO, 100% natural, dairy-free, gluten-free and kosher.

Froozer Fruits for Kids

But, how does it taste?

Besides what it’s made of, the next best thing about Froozer snacks is the sorbet-esque texture and taste! Most of us think of those common grab-to-go snacks as being unhealthy and, truth be told, most of them are. Not with Froozer.. Naha shares in one instance in Colorado the kids loved Froozer so much that a 10-year-old student threatened to go on a learning strike until the school served Froozer in the cafeteria!

“Not only are we proud to provide an authentic all-natural product that tastes good, but we’re driven on a mission of transparency. We are a food children enjoy and parents can trust again,” says Naha.  

If Froozer has passed our kids’ taste test and is fit for the patrons of such high-end establishments as Children’s Hospitals and Whole Foods, they’re definitely on to something. Froozer is one company doing their part to bring truth and taste back to snacks and we’re completely on board!

Find more from Froozer on their website, as well as on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Froozer is available to purchase online.


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