Starting a New School Routine With Bassetts Vitamins

Summer has come to an end, and weve started a new school term. Not only have my girls moved up to a new year, but my little boy, who turned 2 in July has started pre-school for 2 hours each morning. Its scary how time flies by sometimes, isnt it? We are now prepared for the school mornings and we even had a few practise mornings to see if were able to get ourselves in a routine of getting ready and out of the house by 8am. Its a tricky one up to now, getting three kids ready for school along with two lunch bags isnt that fun.

I do plan to pack lunch boxes the night before the school morning, but its always a struggle with my middle, Ellie. She turned 6 years old in March this year, and shes always been the fussy eater in the house. Very rarely will she finish up her lunch box and always ends up coming back home with most of her food still in her box. It does worry me sometimes that shes not getting enough of the right vitamins into her body.

This is where Bassetts Vitamins are going to come in handy for us. Bassetts Vitamins have launched Omega-3 + Multivitamins Orange Flavoured pastilles for 3-6 years. They are a chewy and a delicious juicy orange flavour, and theyre made with natural flavours and colours, with no added sugar. The chewy orange pastilles also contain Vitamin B6 to support normal psychological function.
Elliw is getting herself into the routine of taking one pastille a day each morning, which also includes Vitamin B5 which contributes to mental performance to support a smart way to start the day. It makes me feel happier knowing she is getting necessary nutrient and vitamins that she needs, that she isnt getting properly from not eating her lunch, and a fussy eater with her tea too.* These juicy orange pastilles contain all the benefits of Bassetts Vitamins much-loved multivitamins, but with added omega-3.

The first time Elliw tried one of Bassetts Vitamins I asked her to draw a photo of what she thought it tasted like, heres her super photo!

She said that it looked and tasted like orange and jelly. It was also the same colour as a carrot and tomatoes. The large photo is a photo of it going down the tummy and the photo under the writing is a photo of a little timeline of Elliw taking the pastille each morning as part of her routine. I adore kids imaginations. 


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**Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a healthy and balanced diet

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