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5 Lucky MoM Members have the chance to WIN a months worth of Little Bellies plus super cute Daily Schedule Cards from Mighty Bellies!

At Little Bellies they believe that nurturing comes naturally! Little Bellies provide wholesome foods that parents trust to support their child’s natural development, and the brand reflects this belief in natural progression by echoing little people’s growth from their Baby Bellies range through to their Little Bellies range and finishing with their Mighty Bellies range.

The Little Bellies philosophy is simple:

  • They do what’s natural … make wholesome baby, toddler and kids snacks without unnecessary sugar, salt or additives.
  • So parents can do what’s natural … nurture, support and raise independent and unique little humans.
  • So kids  can do what’s natural! … Grow and develop happily and healthily through every major milestone.

One thing that children do very naturally is play. Where food is concerned, Little Bellies believe it’s no different. In fact, play is effective and serious research for them, and children can learn so much from pressure-free playful interactions with food! By playing with their food, children are learning about textures, temperatures, colours, sounds, smells and tastes and developing a more relaxed and positive association with a variety of foods.

The Baby and Little Bellies range is designed to encourage children to play. With a range of shapes, textures and flavours made with organic baby-friendly ingredients. The range helps them learn about new foods and is designed to help develop their motor skills at every feeding stage. The Mighty Bellies range is for older children from 3+. Kids love to snack, but we believe that shouldn’t mean compromising on healthy food choices. The Mighty Bellies range of no nonsense snacks for no worries kids goes back to basics by combining wholegrain, fruit or vegetables with everyone’s favourite flavours.

We all know that kids thrive on routine and the Mighty Bellies Daily Schedule Cards (that are part of this prize pack) are here to help with that! The idea with these cards is to lay the cards out or use a magnet board to show task order.  The children can pop their completed cards into a finishing box when they move to the next task.

For this competition, we’d love to see how you and your little one play with food! Share a photo of your baby or toddler learning and discovering from food play – and embracing it! We want to see all the messy faces and all your creativity. 

If you’re stuck for ideas, here are some examples of other mums and kids playing with food, or search the hashtag #letsplaywithfood on Instagram for more ideas.

Image of Play With Food Example Little Bellies

Image of Play With Food Example Little Bellies

 

How to ENTER

To be in the chance to WIN 1 months worth of Little Bellies plus Daily Schedule Cards from Mighty Bellies, all you need to do is upload a photo of food play with your little one and tell us in 25 words or less how you’ve made snack time a learning experience for your child. 

We can’t wait to see all your gorgeous entries. Good luck!

Please note this competition is open from 29th June 2020 until 27th July 2020 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 25 words or less and submit a photo. Entry must include photo and 25 words or less response. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. J. Dichoso - VIC
  2. T. Manwar - NSW
  3. J. WAUGH - QLD
  4. K. German - VIC
  5. A. Borg - QLD
  • While snackin’ on fruity loops, my kid sorted colors, practised threading, and learn the concept of counting! With limited items, she could learn a bunch!


  • My little guy loves exploring & playing with jelly! We add in animals to dig out and find. My littlest is enjoying exploring foods at meal times.


  • My 9 month old loves to eat with his brothers & eats whatever they do!!


  • I’m in hospital with tightening and possibly having a baby today. This would be a good thing for my 11 year old son and newborn to enjoy together


  • My bubba can pick up the tiniest of pieces or the longest noodle. But she still hasn’t liked the soy baby chino!


  • Always the best for my kiddos, healthy, natural goodness


  • I made snack time a complete sensory learning time for my boys making rainbow spaghetti and tapioca water beads. They thought it was fantastically messy fun.


  • I’ve had my friends daughter for almost 2 months. Her mum doesn’t bother about her, if I apply for payment for her, her mum will come get her simply for the money. This will help me feed babygirl without stressing about money.


  • I let my daughter feed herself at meal and snack times. I offer her cups and bowls because she loves sorting her food into different containers. She is also learning to love her food through messy play.


  • Peek-a-boo snacking! I offer fun-textured snacks for sensory development, different-shaped snacks to provide an opportunity for language development and weaning items to develop motor skills.


  • We have platters of different types of textured food for lunch every day for Edible sensory play! My son loves playing with his food!


  • Food time is the best learning for my little man. I love to be creative to watch his face change with all the different flavours, textures, shapes & sizes. He learns how to pick them up then suck and eat them!


  • We’re about to start solids in August and look forward to experimenting with colours, textures and tastes!


  • Counting is fun, even better when it is with food! Our little miss 2 loves counting to 20 as best she can with anything that duplicates itself. Belly babies is a special little treat she counts to eat and would absolutely be over the moon to enjoy more frequently


  • A great help for fussy kids.


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