I participated in this campaign on behalf of Wendy’s Bloggers. I received Noshi Food Paint to facilitate my review, but my opinions and creative content are my own.
Y’all, parenting is hard work. We are responsible for these little humans. For at least 18 years. That is some hardcore stuff right there and omg is it exhausting. Especially when you have a picky eater.
I have been blessed with six amazing kids, four of whom are the pickiest eaters on the planet and of course, they can’t all just like the same thing. Noooooooo, one likes cheese, while the other 3 turn their nose up, 3 like chicken while the other one has decided that she is a vegetarian because meat tastes funny.
Breakfast is the worst! If I don’t have cereal in the house they just roll on the floor whining about how toast is gross and apples creep them out (I’m not even about to ask why). This is why Noshi Food Paint is the condiment of my dreams. This little miracle is organic, gluten-free and healthy. It has low sugar content and is the perfect way to get my kids excited about eating something other than crummy cereal.
I love giving my kids a reason to want to come to the table, to look forward to mealtime, and to smile. Bringing out their inner Picasso is so much for all of us. Because Noshi Food Paint encourages kids to FOCUS on their food, they take mealtime MORE seriously (except on the day I took these pics, obviously, lol!)
My kids love it when I pull out the Noshi. My daughter says it’s “even more fun than playing Halloween with my dolls” (she’s a little odd, god love her) and my other one literally woke me up yesterday begging “Mommy can we pleeeeeeeeeeease play with Noshi today?????” I love that they are on a first name basis with a condiment. Thanks to our new friend Noshi toast is no longer gross, although apples still weird them out, but whatever, you can’t win them all. Shrug.
If you struggle with picky eaters or if you just want to introduce some fun into your mealtimes, I highly suggest hopping over to Amazon and ordering some for your family.