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My oldest starts Kindergarten in 2 weeks and I have to say, I am a little scared, but also excited for him!  I can’t imagine what it’s going to be like not having my son by my side, he is such a momma’s boy and I am hoping that everything goes well since he will be at school all day, every day!


My son loved preschool and he learned so much when he was there, he had a speech delay up until around he was 3 and he has progressed so much since then, I am more worried about not having my sidekick by me every day, call it mommy anxiety but that’s how I feel!

One thing I have sorted is everything my son needs to go back to school including supplies, a new backpack and everything to get through the day.  I want my son to have a healthy start at school, we have been eating healthier and making better choices.

There are lots of ways to create healthy habits, some things we do throughout the day make a big difference.  We take our vitamins, we go for walks, we try and stay organized and we drink lots of water.  I even have a notepad in my kitchen that reminds us to do these things and it works for us!


On a recent trip to target whilst looking for discounted school supplies, we also picked up some Nature Made® KIDS FIRST® Gummies, they were easy to find in the Vitamins section.  My son absolutely loves them, he asks for a couple every day, what I love about Nature Made® KIDS FIRST® Gummies is that they have 12 essential nutrients that kids needs and they are also yeast, gluten, dye and preservative free.



Another reason i love Nature Made® KIDS FIRST® Gummies is because they taste good and I think that’s why my son loves them!

How are you and your family making a healthy start for back to school season?

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