Gabbie inherited my love for sweets. She and I share the same love when it comes to chocolates and how we can eat more than a single serving the moment we wake up. Since I became maidless/yayaless, I haven’t had the chance to cook in the mornings. I can’t seem to wake up on time to cook and prepare breakfast food because I sleep late (to blog and feed lil’ Mr. GJG).
Good thing we love Nestle cereals. So much so that it is a staple in our pantry. I particularly love Nestle Milo Cereals while Gabbie loves Koko Krunch which she refers to as “Kowlala”.
So when Nestle sent us this basket full of goodies, two people shrieked in delight. Heehee. So cute there’s even Koko the Koala!
Last Monday was Gabbie’s first day in school. She was super duper excited to go to school that she didn’t even want to drink her milk, which is very unusual since she consumes about two to three servings in the morning. But when I showed her the big boxes of “Kowlala” & “Stars” she immediately climbed to her chair and ate away! Who says letting your kids eat breakfast is hard, hasn’t discovered Nestle cereals! 😉
Look at my morning champ! 🙂
Here she was during her first day in school. She was full of energy and all ready and set to start the school year. I know most people don’t really eat breakfast, as I was once one of them. But there is evidently a big difference if you let yourselves and your kids eat the first meal of the day. If you’re like me who has no time nor energy to prepare a grand breakfast for your family, try giving them Nestle cereals instead. They’re made of whole grain that gives energy boost just as much as fruits and vegetables, plus they’re easy to prepare and serve to your family!
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