Last week the boys and I got to attend a really fun party sponsored by Gerber all about their awesome new line of Gerber 3rd Foods® Lil Bits™ Recipes made for babies who are learning to chew. The party was University themed and even had little graduation caps for the babies and school themed snacks and decorations. It was fun getting to spend time with other Mom’s whose babies are similar ages and chat about babyhood while learning more about everything Gerber does to keep babies happy. Rhett’s favorite part was eating (of course) and playing with the cute pom-poms and pennants they had with the other babies. He’s starting to love playing with other kids his age so he was so happy to run around and baby talk at them.
How cute are their little Chew U shirts?
I love that Gerber’s new line of baby food has bigger bits of baby food and larger textures for babies who are in that in-between pureed baby food and table food age. Rhett tried some of the Lil Bits™ and loved the bits of fruits and veggies it has. The convenient plastic containers even stood up to the test when Sawyer accidentally dropped one off of our second story down to the landing. The seal didn’t even bust and I didn’t have to worry about a shattering glass jar. Win win. I’ve always loved Gerber because I felt like they had babies best interest in mind. Their baby food has to pass over 100 quality checks and the Gerber 3rd Foods® Lil Bits™ Recipes was put through over 30,000 spoonful’s of testing. I love that I can count on them to get it right and know that my baby is getting the best.
I always thought Rhett would make the perfect Gerber Baby, and now he’s got the shirt and Gerber Chew U i.d. to prove it. You can sign your little baby up for Gerber Chew U where you can learn more about their baby food, win prizes, and get a ChewU I.d. with your babies face on it. Don’t forget to return to their site every day for a chance to win. 100 winners per day will receive Class of 2015 Chew U prizes. Hurry because it ends September 4, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Gerber.