This Lil Piglet

Celebrate Big Moments with #FirstCheerios

As with all four of my children I fed Baby Girl only the best nutrition I could provide, breast milk.  Nursing gave her the optimal vitamins and nutrients she needed to grow for the first many months of her life.  When it came time to introduce solids and teach dexterity, one of the first snack foods I felt comfortable introducing to all my children was Cheerios.

Cheerios brings back many fond memories of firsts and BIG moments.  From cheering on the first little fingers wrapped around one little cheerio to sharing a bowl of delicious cereal on a busy morning with the little ones, Cheerios has been part of our life for many years.  As a mom, each of those moments felt like a huge milestone was surpassed and I couldn’t help but celebrate with encouragement.  Now that Baby Girl is two and a half years old, those big moments have become much bigger moments but Cheerios continues to be part of our milestones.

General Mills is celebrating your little ones big moments with First Cheerios on their Life Made Delicious Facebook page and encourage you to share a photo of your happy baby’s first Cheerios moment.   If you hurry, the first 1,000 parents to share their happy baby Cheerios moment will receive a coupon for a FREE box of Cheerios, with a $1.00 off coupon for everyone else who submit their moment. That’s not all, your little one could be selected to be on a box of Cheerios.  Next spring expect to see these limited-edition family-sized boxes of Cheerios.


Remember those first big moments with Cheerios?  How could anyone forget.  Follow the hashtag #FirstCheerios on Twitter and share your little ones first Cheerios moment or join us in conversation of the Life Made Delicious Facebook page.


Note: Limit of one (1) Free Box of Cheerios coupon per household, and one (1) $1.00 Off Coupon per household per calendar year.


Disclosure – I am participating in the First Cheerios Blog Tour by Mom Central Canada on behalf of General Mills. I received compensation as a thank you for participating and for sharing my honest opinion. The opinions on this blog are my own.

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