Our Extraordinary Moment With Cow And Gate

 

*This is an advertorial post in collaboration with Cow & Gate Growing Up Milk.*

 

Working from home makes me feel very fortunate that I get to spend so much time with my boys. I am there sharing special moments with them daily. As I home school as well, I also get to share their learning journeys one to one. I help them to build on their skills and spark their imaginations.

Joben is 2 years old now and it’s at this age where he is striving to try new things and learns so much from his older brother too. At the moment he just loves his music. He loves nothing more than to boogie on down when there is music on. He is quick to get out his drum and bang out a tune that only Lars from Metallica would be proud of! It’s just those little moments that turn into Extraordinary moments.

Here’s one of our extraordinary moments inspired by the Cow & Gate Growing Up Milk website, that we often have in our living room. Normally beginning with Joben playing his keyboard whilst I play his guitar or sing along. X-factor look out! Because this little man nails it!

As we are kind of A-list now, we have been busy making our very own Cow and Gate Growing Up Milk personalised story book. Here is how you can make one too.

We chose to do the First Sell Out Gig Storybook.

Other options are – The Magic Castle, Mission To The Moon, The Secret Den and The Seven Seas.

 

After you have chosen your theme, all you need to do is take a landscape photo of your little one having fun with their activity and upload it to the site.

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Fill in little ones name and Cow and Gate Growing Up Milk will work their magic to create a magical story book. Once ready it will be emailed to the address you provided.

Here is Joben’s claim to fame

It’s Busy Work Being A Toddler.

11 Comments

  1. HelenMarch 10, 2017 / 11:46 am

    Aww what a lovely idea – children always love it when things are more personalised 🙂

    Helen x

  2. Rhian WestburyMarch 10, 2017 / 12:13 pm

    Personalised bits are always great, what a lovely idea x

  3. chickenrubyMarch 11, 2017 / 2:51 am

    that is cute, i had my eldest baby book out the other day, i had one for each of the kids to record all their firsts, i found locks of hair, baby teeth and all other sorts of mementoes and memories. My babies are now 18, 22 and 25 this year

  4. HayleyMarch 11, 2017 / 8:46 pm

    Oh this is so fun!! What a brilliant idea. I’ll have to try this out with my little ones! xx
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  5. Nicola CassidyMarch 14, 2017 / 11:23 pm

    Very clever! Kids this age do love their music don’t they?

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