Saturday, October 12, 2013

Celebrate your Little One's Firsts with the #FirstCheerios Mosaic

Being a Mom has to be my favourite "job" in the world. Everyday I get to spend time with my children, to mold and teach, and to try and raise them to be the best human beings they can be. It's not always all fun, smiles and sunshine, but remembering all my kids firsts, makes all the tough times, a little easier. I never knew it was possible for me to love another being so much, until I had kids, and I never imagined the pride I would feel, with every first my children experience.

 Like a first smile, for the camera. That sweet amazing smile that totally melts your heart. It lets you know right then and there how much you are loved, despite all your flaws, all your mistakes and all your insecurites. That first smile is something you hold in your heart for ever.

 Or the first day of school, which holds mixed feelings. On one hand, you are proud that your little one is so anxious and ready to face the world. While on the other, you struggle to keep it together, because you feel like time is moving too fast.

How about the first mess?? Sure kids are messy, but the best messes are those surprise messes. You know the ones I'm talking about..... they happen when you are busy and the kids happen to be a little TOO quiet. At least this one is a funny mess, full of Cheerio goodness, LOL.

Cheerios couldn’t be happier to bring back the First Cheerios Campaign in celebration of these wondrous first moments, by creating the 2014 First Cheerios mosaic. I'm sure you've seen this year's 2013 mosaic boxes on store shelves now. Could you envision a photo of your little one's first, on next year's boxes? If so, you can visit http://www.facebook.com/LifeMadeDelicious to take part in the mosaic. Everyone who uploads a picture will receive a $1 off coupon (one $1.00 off coupon per household, per calendar year, while supplies last). What first would you choose to share with the world?

“Disclosure – I am participating in the First Cheerios blogger campaign by Mom Central Canada on behalf of General Mills. I received compensation as a thank you for participating and for sharing my honest opinion. The opinions on this blog are my own.”

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