As a parent I’ve had to learn to let go and focus on nourishing possibility.
I could spend my entire day taking over every little thing. Like having a total freak out moment as my son attempts to make his own Nestle Nesquik chocolate milk. The old me would take over the situation to avoid the mess. But, in the grand scheme of things I know I am nourishing possibility and letting him be little.
I won’t have these moments forever, one day there will be no messes to wipe up and no little boy making them. My first son taught me so much about life passing us by in an instant. I sit back and wonder how we all survived. A twenty-year-old mom raising a boy, no handbook on how to handle everyday life.
I cherish those lessons he unknowingly taught me. I can more easily let go and let my child continue living fearlessly and independent.
My goal in nourishing possibility is to lead my son to be the best version of himself. I want him to have the tools to be adventurous and passionate about the world around him. Our breakfast is not only important it’s fun. With Nesquik we can still have a balanced meal packed with nutrition.
I combine Nestle Nesquik Chocolate Powder with 8oz of low fat milk that’s nutritious and deliciousness. Nesquik has 45% less sugar than the leading syrup brand and with no artificial colors or flavors.
Nestle Nesquik Chocolate Powder is packed with, Iron to help with growth and development, Vitamin C to help support a healthy immune system, 3 essential B Vitamins to help the body make and use energy, Copper – an essential mineral which is important for iron absorption and the formation of red blood cells and Manganese to support healthy bones.