Parents have tendencies to be overly protective of their children. As much as possible we want to guard them in anything and everything that would possibly harm them. We want to make sure they are always healthy and safe. But when doing this we are actually hampering their freedom, and their potentials. A child's desire to explore out of arm's reach usually sparks a semblance of fear in parents, prompting them to become restrictive of their little one's day-to-day activities at times.
The reality is parents cannot be with their kids 24/7. There are times when they simply need to be away from their children to fulfill other responsibilities, like going to work and attending to household chores.
Just like last August 12, I need to go around the activity area during the Nido Advanced Protectus 3+, Love That Protects activity held at Atrium, SM Megamall to take pictures and videos of what's happening and let #PrincessY do her thing. She first went to Color Me Love booth where she expressed her creativity by coloring templated artworks. She tried the Shout for Love on her own but wasn't able to evade the dangers of the forest through the sound-controlled game. We didn't went to Catch the Love Bug where we will be hugging to catch yellow hearts because she found a new friend, Sam, and opted to play with her. Lastly, we went to the Commitment Wall where we stated our commitment through our handprints and answered the question "How I show my love that protects ?" 😊
The different activities allowed us, participants to demonstrate creativity and teamwork, and at the same time, provided us with an educational, fun-filled family bonding day with NIDO ADVANCED PROTECTUS 3+.
What's new with NIDO ADVANCED PROTECTUS 3+?
- it has Lactobacillus PROTECTUS, with the probiotic strain L. Rhamnosus, which not only helps protect children's tummies but also helps support their defense against pathogens in the upper respiratory tract.
*** Nido Advanced Protectus 3+ and 5+ are not suitable for infant feeding and are not breast milk substitutes.
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