Plum recently contacted me through the website Tots100 and asked if I would do a review for them. Plum have a new range of snacks in two different flavours, one of the flavours is banana and pumpkin and the other spinach, apple and kale. They are available to buy now from any good food store.
When I saw the flavour options I instantly turned my nose up at them... yuk! the kid's won't like these, the flavours won't go together. I decided to give them a go and gave one of each flavour to Noah, my youngest first Isla was a close second and soon caught on that Noah was munching away on something and requested "what's that Noah's eating?" I told her what they were and she too started to eat them, within seconds they had disappeared, Isla said "can I have another one?".
Little yums come in boxes of 6 packs, each pack has three biscuits, they are for babies six months plus who can chew and eat solid foods, they encourage self feeding for teething babies..
Little yums are organic wafer biscuits that dissolve slowly in the mouth made from ancient grown grain and buckwheat, no added sugar or salt, no colours or preservatives.
Plum gave me these free of charge to review for them, I would buy these in the future, and I highly recommend these as a healthy snack, overall we were really impressed and they are a perfect option to take out in your bag for baby to snack on whilst out and about, they are a no mess and no fuss option.
This morning my three year old daughter strolled downstairs with her pants and vest on and her tiny little ankle socks pulled up as high as they would go towards her knees, "Mommy, I am wearing these socks to Nursery School today?, I want white socks for School now", I still had my mouth open at this point and before responding with a blank No!, which tends to wind her up, I said "Why on earth do you want to wear socks?" without a seconds hesitation, Isla responded "Because Elsa wears socks, I want socks, I want to go shopping with Mommy and Noah and choose my own knee socks". In all honesty I couldn't believe that my little blonde curly haired girl was turning into her own person so quickly, making decisions and mimicking friends, at the age of three.. Isn't this supposed to happen when they hit their teenager years? where's my baby gone?.