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Copy Kids DVD Review and Giveaway! Get your kids to eat their fruit and veggies!


Some day's I feel like I have the pickiest eater so I knew that if this worked I would be PRAISING!! :)                                                             This mama is praising and thrilled with the results so far.  :)  Before I share all the fun details let me tell you what Copy Kids is.  
Copy-Kids is a media company producing video that encourages positive habits in young children, by watching and copying other kids. Copy-Kids unique content — DVD, online and TV — helps parents get their children hooked on healthy and positive habits.
The DVD showcases the following fruits and veggies: apples, avocado, banana, bell peppers, blueberries, broccoli, carrots, cucumber, orange, raspberries, strawberries, and Tomato's.  


Our results:
I started with the broccoli section as I was excited to see if my daughter would eat the veggies.  Most of the time she usually will only eat carrots and spinach.  I am so happy to announce that she ATE and ATE and then ATE some more.  We replayed the broccoli video 7 TIMES!!!  Yes, 7 Times!!!  My daughter calls the video her "food game." 


Day 2 we used bananas and strawberries and the results were awesome for this too.  I knew both my kids love those two fruits but they had fun watching the video and eating there healthy snack!


Day 3 we tried red, green, orange, and yellow peppers.  This is a veggie that my daughter would never even try and she ate a plate full!  :) I did change it up a bit since I cut the peppers in to bite size pieces but on the video the kids were eating the peppers like apples and I thought how neat, next time I will not cut them and see how she does.  My 11 month old tried and ate all of the fruits and veggies too.  :)  YAY!  This is a must have DVD for all parents who struggle with picky eaters.  :)


The next challenge I attempted was to test our results. This week she ate peppers and broccoli so I wanted to know what would happen if I served her them in a meal.  Tonight I made stir fry and guess who ate her veggies... yep my daughter!  OH YEAH!  This mom is so thankful! :)  

I absolutely loved how easy the menu was to pick what fruit you wanted to do.  :)



BIG BITE! 


Fruits




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Disclaimer: I received this product for review purposes. No other compensation was received. The opinions expressed are 100% mine.

Comments

Bethany M said…
I like to wash my daughter's clothes on the gentle cycle instead of normal. Keeps them nicer, longer!
Anna F said…
My son does not like tomatoes - I love them!
Kat said…
I used to hate zuchini because my mum used to boil it. It's not so bad sauteed or baked.
Laura said…
We love carrots!

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