Tuesday, 31 May 2016

My First With Petits Filous || My First Camping Trip


“This post is an entry for BritMums #PetitsFilousFirsts Linky Challenge,
sponsored by Petits Filous


Ru bear went on his first ever camping trip!! 

We took along a pack of delicious 'My First Petits Filous' as we knew if he didn't eat the food we cooked he would happily eat his fromage frais.

Ru is a very picky eater and only really likes a small range of foods, fromage frais being one of them!


Ru loved being out in the woods for the whole weekend, he was so active we thought it would trigger him to eat more, but nope he stuck to his two favourite things.

Pasta and plenty of Petits Filous, we took 12 pots with us and he'd gobbled them all up by the time we left on the Sunday.

He went to forest school on the Saturday and went on plenty of nature walks through the woodlands. His new favourite makaton sign is now 'trees'.

He keeps using the sign now we're back at home. He would obviously much rather be back exploring the forest than being stuck indoors.

My first Petits Filous are vanilla in flavour, which is great if you have a fussy bum like Ru. They won't over power little taste buds.

The big hit for me is that the main ingredient is milk and all ingredients are 100% naturally sourced, so I  can rest assured there are no artificial colours, flavours, sweeteners or added preservatives.

Having a child who barely eats, when he does eat I don't want to be pumping his body full of all the wrong things.
It's nice to know he's enjoying something that is good for him rather than full to the brim of hidden sugars!


"My First Petits Filous is a low sugar, vanilla-flavour weaning fromage frais, designed to introduce children to fromage frais from 6 months.
The main ingredient is milk and all ingredients are 100% naturally sourced, so parents can rest assured there are no artificial colours, flavours, sweeteners or added preservatives.
Not only is My First Petits Filous delicious, it has calcium and protein to help children develop strong bones from an early age and the low sugar content reassures parents that their child will maintain a balanced diet during weaning."




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