Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Mashups Fruit and Veggie Smoothies Giveaway!

AND THE WINNER IS: LESLIE!! Leslie, please be on the lookout for a message from me, so that we can get your info and send you your prize. 


Yes, my first giveaway folks. What are you waiting for - enter!

Fruit. No problem. Veggies. Sometimes a struggle. That sums up my life with a two year old. In come the great people at Revolution Foods who just introduced their new Mashups Fruit and Veggie Smoothies. I was lucky enough to get a few samples before they came on the market, and my son loved the flavors - carroty chop, blueberry blitz, and beetbox berry. Even I liked them. Naturally I had to test try as well.

The best part was that all the ingredients were organic, and the product came in a nifty squeeze pouch, making the whole snack very portable. Perfect for the beach and the park. Also, if you put them in the freezer for a bit, you get a nice slushy treat. Would imagine that this method would be a nice trick for a lunch pale - frozen in the morning and thawed just right by lunch.

Wanna try Mashups yourself? Revolution Foods is giving one of my readers a variety pack of flavors. To enter, just reply below and tell us how you make sure your kids get healthy doses of veggies and fruit into their daily diet. Contest ends Tuesday, June 28, 2011.

Note: Revolution Foods supplied me with sample of Mashups Fruit and Veggie Smoothies to test out, but expected nothing from me in return. My opinions are my own!

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

The Fiedlers Meet Plex, Foofa and Muno!

I know. I know. this is like the fiftieth time I've blogged about Yo Gabba Gabba. But they continue to amaze me. The family and I just got back from an art show, "Here Is My Art," put on by the cast, crew and talent behind YGG. The show featured some really neat, origional art work and props from the set. Needless to say we had a great time and even got to meet some of the characters. My son could not believe it. As far as he is concerned, these guys are REAL.

If you live in the Los Angeles area, I highly recommend checking it out at Meltdown Comics on Sunset. The show runs through the 17th, and is definately worth the trip if you are a fan of the show.  Props to the talented and amazing Julia Vickerman for curating the show. Great job! We love ya!