30 Jan 2014

The Winter Potty List

I recently became a GUMI Mum, a blogger ambassador for GrowingUpMilkinfo.com, a toddler nutrition website that is on a mission to talk more about toddler development and nutrition, especially the importance of vitamin D.

The website has a collection of interesting and educational news stories, polls and videos, as well as recipes from toddler chef Fiona Faulkner.

The people at GrowingUpMilkinfo.com have created a Winter Potty List, a rather fun list of 21 must-do winter games, activities and experiences for parents to enjoy with our little ones before spring has sprung. These include a few vitamin D inspired games to give all of us that much needed vitamin D boost through the cold months. 

Lots of time outdoors no matter what the weather along with a healthy and balanced diet are important ways for little ones to boost their vitamin D reserves.

So how many of the Winter Potty List have you ticked off already? Take a look, you won't ever be stuck for something to do on a cold winter's day.



Disclaimer: This post has been written in collaboration with GrowingUpMilkInfo.com as part of their GUMI Mum (Growing Up Milk Info Mums) blogger ambassador programme. 

Growingupmilkinfo.com is a resource created by Cow & Gate and Aptamil, part of DANONE Baby Nutrition.



29 comments:

  1. What a sweet idea! My little one has only just started crawling (backwards!) so it'll be a little while before we hit these but I've saved the image!

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    1. Thanks Belle. Hope you enjoy doing some of these things as your little one grows up.

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  2. Going through the list and I've ticked nearly all of them off :)

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  3. What a fab list, especially with half term coming up!

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    1. If the weather carries on like this, we are all going to need some inspiration to get through half-term!

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  4. That's a really good list for some ideas.

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    1. Good mix of indoor and outdoor play, I think.

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  5. Love the list. Dancing in the rain's always been a favourite of mine!

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  6. These are great. My boys managed to tick off most of these when they we younger

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    1. We still have a few to get through.

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  7. What a lovely idea - I have never made a snow angel I have to admit it's something even now I quite fancy doing :) x

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    1. I would rather make a sun-catcher, tbh :-D

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  8. Thanks for the list.. perfect for when my Grandson comes to visit. I never know what to do to keep him entertained.

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    1. It is hard work trying to think of things to keep the little ones occupied.

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  9. Vitamin D deficiency is on the rise. My youngest son was borderline Ricketts level without us having any idea!

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    1. I think it is one of those silent illnesses that only come to light when you are checked for something else. Hope he is better now x

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  10. Mine is a teenager now :D But a lovely list! Let's hope the snow falls so snow angels can be made!

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    1. Please, no snow! Had enough last year to last us a life-time :-D

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  11. Useful list, I'm busy working out how many we have done already.

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  12. I love this list - mine are older now but we have a list like this of things we're going to do this year x

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    1. I like lists. Just help keep everything in focus.

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  13. This is great. Our first baby is going to be born on Thursday so it's all new to me x

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    1. Exciting times! All the very best, Cat. Hope it all goes well xxx

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  14. What a great list, we have done a dew but it has given me some inspiration

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  15. We are planning on the walk in the woodlands today... have to use the lovely sunny weather as it will not last for long

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  16. What a lovely list. Pleased to say we've done quite a few of these already :D

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