Yogurt is a great baby food and toddler food as it's filled with nutrients they need including protein, calcium, and probiotics. It's also easy to eat and easy to customize, so it's a perfect food for almost any meal of the day. A lot of kids love yogurt very much especially the ones meant for kids.
As a present surely you make sure that every month when buying some groceries, you also include a 6 pack of yogurt to the list because of not, there would be so much drama in the house from the kids. Once they get hold of these tiny yogurts, they start eating them like there is no tomorrow, I'm pretty sure you have experienced this in your household.
A mother recently shared before and after pictures of her son eating 6 Danone yogurt and this left many people in stitches as something like this is very rare to come across. What do you think of this type of behavior? Would you allow it? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don't forget to hit the share button.
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