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Last Updated on October 28, 2016 by karissa ancell
I am so thrilled to be partnering up with Yoplait Go Big their new product designed with tweens in mind. They know how busy our tweens are and that they are always on the go so they created these pouches to take with them that contain real fruit and are a good source of calcium.
Yoplait knows that tweens are amazing and are giving me the chance to share what makes mine so special through writing her a letter so that she can read just how awesome I think she is. Then they want you to head over to their Page and share about your Tween. I think too often we only share what are older kids do wrong or how they challenge us. So in my letter to Isabella, I want to share with her a few of the things I find so amazing about her.
Pick up Go Big at your local grocery store
Each box contains 4 pouches of two flavors. We wanted to try all four flavors so we got both boxes
As you can see the pouches are quite large. This keeps you and your older child full and fueled up longer
I gave Isabella the note above and had her read it to me after school today. Here is what the letter said.
First I want to tell you that being your mom is the very best thing I have ever done. There is nothing I am prouder of than the young woman you are becoming. You are growing up so fast and I think you are a very special and awesome girl.
I want to share with you the three things I am most proud of about you.
1). You are willing to try new things. From being willing to eat anything and even get me to try new foods I’ve never tried. You also want to participate and join everything. If you had enough time you would be in 10 different things and still want to try more. You already have school, dance and cheerleading and now you want to go for student council. It’s amazing.
2). You are so friendly and like everyone. The world needs more kind people like you in it. You just want to make friends with everyone you meet from people in the neighborhood, kids at school, joining a church, even strangers. You amaze your dad and I, that we ended up having such an outgoing child.
3). I also love that you want to be friends with everyone and it doesn’t matter to you if someone has a physical or learning disability. You see them as just a person and a friend. Not everyone does and it is such a wonderful part of you that you are so accepting.
I know that there will be challenges along the way as you continue to grow up. I only hope that you can see that you are so special and that you keep being such an amazing girl.
She enjoyed reading my letter. She smiled and said it made her happy. Then she had some critiques in my grammar in places. I tell her these things all the time so I know she knew I thought she was pretty amazing but I think she really enjoyed reading a letter about it. I will have to do it again in the future.
Do you know any amazing Tweens? Head over to Yoplait Go Big Facebook Page and share what makes them special.