What My Seven Year Old Says
About Love Child Organics

Eats & Treats Shop & Blog Feature
Love Child Organics Blog Review/Feature by Creative WIfe and Joyful Worker
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I love including my children into the blog, whether it is a style post or giving them the pleasure to try out some new products. Of course they always have the option to participate or not, as my son doesn’t always want his photo taken he sometimes opts out. When I brought out the new treats from Love Child Organics both my son and daughter’s eyes were beaming. I was thrilled when they agreed to have a me interview them on the new products/flavours.

Since Sophie’s words are limited and Ezra has quite the vocabulary, this interview is mostly based around the thoughts of my seven year old, Sophie gets a word or two in there every once in a while also. I love that they both have different favourites and that they really do love Love Child Organics as I know their products are so great for their growing bodies.

Love Child Organics Blog Review/Feature by Creative WIfe and Joyful Worker

The first product we tried were the Pear and Beat Teefies

Me: “What do you think?”

Sophie: “Yah!”

Ezra: “It tastes like a pear”

Me: “Do you taste any other flavours?”

Sophie: “MHHmmm!!”

Ezra: “It’s not a strong flavour”

Me: “Do you like them?”

Sophie: “YAAHHH!!!”

Ezra: “Mmmm, are they all like crackers??

Our conclusion of the teefies is that they are great for children around Sophie’s age (2) but maybe not such a huge fit for Ezra’s age (7) — he was looking for something with a bit of a stronger flavour.

Owlies by Love Child Organics // Kids favorite

Second product Sweet Potato and Ginger Owlies

Ezra: “Oh I like these ones much more! I am sticking with these ones!!”

Ezra offers Sophie some: “It’s Owlies want to try some?”

Sophie: “Yah!”

Ezra: “Do you like it?”

Sophie: “Yah!!”

Ezra: “It is my favourite”

Sophie: “My … favourite… owl, owl, owl”

Ezra: “Sophie has two favourite’s now. Sophie do you want more?”

Sophie: “Mhhummpphh”

Ezra: “Sophie just took a handful and is eating almost all of them!”

Sophie continues to walk around the room with a bag of Owlies in one hand and a handful of teefie wafers in the other.

Ezra: “Those were the best!”

Love Child Organics Blog Review/Feature by Creative WIfe and Joyful Worker

As you can tell my kids were pretty stoked about the Love Child Organics snacks. We are so thrilled to have joined on as official Brand Ambassador’s for Love Child Organics and with that comes perks for you as well. When placing an order through Amazon you can enjoy 15% OFF when you use the code LCOMOM07 (expires July30th 2016)  !

We would love to hear what your kids think about Love Child Organics products too!
Share in the comments below.

 

 

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