If I had to choose 1 food to feed to all 4 kids, that I knew they’d all eat, I’d go with yogurt. Of the 4 kids, I have good eaters, not so good eaters, some with a sweet tooth and some that prefer savory snacks. I feel like many days revolve around me doing nothing but serving meals and snacks and worrying if they’ve all actually consumed anything I served, never mind something healthy.
The one thing they all agree on: yogurt. Since I worry a lot about whether or not I’m making the right choices when trying to please the appetites of 4 totally different eaters, I was pretty pleased to learn just how good yogurt is for them. I was also thrilled to find out that the brand of yogurt that our fridge was stocked with: Stonyfield YoBaby, now has added probiotic BB-12. Both my 1 year old and 2 year old love Stonyfield YoBaby and eat it every day (their big sisters like the drinkables best!).
Fun fact: Parents often seek out probiotics during cold and flu season, but they are overlooking probiotics as a foundational element of baby’s daily health, and one that can easily be delivered in a delicious spoonful of yogurt. BB-12 has been shown to have a digestive health benefit when consumed regularly as part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
Fun Fact: Yogurt is a safe healthy first food and can be given to babies starting at 6months (whether they are still breastfeeding or not)
Fun Fact: Stonyfield YoBaby® yogurt is the only organic yogurt made especially for babies. Some of the flavors you can get are Plain, Vanilla, Banana/Mango, Blueberry/Apple and Peach/Pear. You can also get Stonyfield YoBaby® yogurt in an unsweetened formulation – Stonyfield YoBaby® Plain.
Stonyfield is now the #1 pediatrician recommended yogurt for babies 6 months – 2 years. So while I worry about what I am feeding my kids, I can worry less knowing their favorite food is healthy and helping their gut health. My babies were all introduced to probiotics in breast milk and I know how important it is to continue to give them probiotics. Gut health is so important to their overall health as they grown. So instead of getting frustrated that there’s only 1 food all 4 kids agree on, I’ll celebrate that it’s a food that’s helping all 4 of their little tummies!
*As always, check with our pediatrician before feeding these foundation foods and modify as needed to accommodate any food allergies.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Stonyfield. While we were compensated for this post, all opinions are our own.