Living For the Little Moments

When shopping for my family, I’ve been focusing on cutting out highly processed junk food in favor of  healthier, more natural foods.  Mountain High Yoghurt is one of those products that fit the bill.  Mountain High contains no artificial sweeteners, flavors, colors, starches, or preservatives.  When I started looking at the labels, I was surprised at some of the additives I saw in many of the “kid-friendly” yogurts on the market.   I’m excited to be serving as a Mountain High Yoghurt Ambassador for the next couple of months and sharing some ideas on ways to incorporate more yoghurt into your diet, tasty recipes and more.

In keeping with their philosophy of simplicity, Mountain High Yoghurt encourages us to take a little time each day to do something that makes you happy.  Sometimes it’s those little moments that make all the difference.

We’re on Spring Break this week and decided to take a little local vacation.  Where else would we go but Disneyland?  I told you I was going to make those passes pay for themselves!  Happy moments aren’t hard to come by at the Happiest Place on Earth, but there was one that stood out in my mind.  My boys don’t always get along, sibling rivalry is alive and well here.  We had promised a treat at the end of the day if they had managed to keep the peace.

By the time we headed for the gates after dark, my daughter was passed out asleep in the stroller.  Her treat would have to wait.  The boys had their eye on the churro cart.  We decided to have them share one, too much sugar close to bedtime has never ended well in our experience.  To our amazement, they traded bite for bite until they reached the end.  I steeled myself for a fight over the last bite, but it never came.  My oldest said “Here buddy, the last bite is for you.”  I think I heard angels singing.

What was your last Mountain High Moment?

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Mountain High Yoghurt. I received a gift card to purchase yogurt, a product kit, and a promotional item to thank me for participating.

One Response to Living For the Little Moments
  1. Jesslie
    March 20, 2012 | 2:03 am

    Disneyland is really a nice place to have a vacation together with the whole family…They will surely enjoy it…

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