$50 Pottery Barn Gift Card Giveaway


I have some great news. Copy-Kids is at it AGAIN! They sure are busy these days. They have teamed up with Super Frugal Stephanie to bring you yet another generous giveaway. How sweet of them! We also have some great bloggers joining us! This time we are giving away a $50 Pottery Barn Gift Card AND a Copy-Kids DVD! I adore Pottery Barn they have so many amazing products!

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What a way to get your kids to eat healthy! Ready for a chance to win?

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  1. Becky Wishart says

    I get my children to eat their fruits and veggies by serving fresh items that look appealing, and taste appealing in recipes that they enjoy.

  2. Dana Pugsley says

    I used to get my kids to eat veggies by serving them as finger food with Ranch Salad dressing as a dip or if they were cooked, always with lots of cheese. Fruits were never a problem 🙂

  3. Doreen C Spitzer-Lemire says

    My daughter loves her fruit, her veggies I have to get creative either make faces or animals out of and sometimes a little ranch

  4. Angela Qcrazy says

    I have minced them and put them in spaghetti sauce before.. but usually just telling them that if they want to have dessert they have to eat their vedgies usually works!!

  5. Sue Wilson says

    I was lucky, my kids liked fruit especial dipped in a yogurt fruit dip. Veggies they liked raw, and adding sauces to cooked veggies was also success.

  6. jules mcnubbin says

    i have no trouble getting her to eat fruit but veggies are difficult. I sometimes make juices and sneak veggies in

  7. Danai says

    Fruit is easy, the veggies we struggle with a bit. We try cooking them different ways, sauces and cheese – whatever she says it needs to eat it.

  8. Gaye M says

    My children have always loved fruit. Vegetables often required cheese on top or for them to be incorporated into the main dish, like a pot pie or stew.

  9. Vikki Billings says

    I have never had any trouble getting my kids to eat fruit but with veggies, I always added them to what we were eating, like chicken and dumplings with corn and green beans. They loved every bite!

  10. Joyce says

    Chopping veggies into small pieces that can be hidden helps. Also making silly things out of veggies makes eating them more fun!

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