I’ve recently developed a wonderful relationship with Noosa Yoghurt, and together we’ll be letting you in on some special new experiences. Partnership aside, though, Noosa is unquestionably my new favorite yogurt. It’s unlike any yogurt my little family has ever tasted (and yes, we like yogurt and have tasted lots). We’ve shared it with our friends, and they all agree. It’s smooth and thick and so full of flavor. My favorite flavors (so far) are the tart cherry, vanilla, and honey. Oh, and the plain is good enough to eat by the spoonful.
Noosa challenged us to try out something “noo,” so last week, Zoe and I took a trip out to Marker Miller Orchards in Winchester for her first apple picking. Auntie Abby came along as well, with our friends Norah and Jackson. We loaded up the orchard’s provided wagon (a god-send) with our bags and all the children (as well as a bag of apple cider donuts…a Marker Miller must-have), and rolled them out to the acres upon acres of apple trees. We picked a lot of apples, the kids ate a lot of apples, and then we picnicked and snacked on our new favorite yogurt. And we had a lot of fun doing this “noo” activity!
One of the most rewarding parts of being a mom is experiencing your child’s “firsts.” At the beginning, it’s things like rolling over and smiling and giggles and sitting up. Then you move on to things like eating solids and drinking out of a sippy cup and switching to a front-facing carseat. While all these things are fun milestones (and they are always documented with copious amounts of photos and instagramming and Facebook status updates), my favorite firsts have been once my kids are a bit older and cognitive and we can do things like ride a pony at the fair and eat donuts. And then we talk about it for weeks and weeks afterwards. Zoe’s not stopped talking about the wagon ride and our apples (which we’ve also turning into apple cake, stay tuned for the recipe). And she helps herself to several apples a day…but she only takes a few bites out of each, then puts it down somewhere (anywhere), forgets about it, and gets another a few hours later. Oh, how I love being a mom to a toddler. Every day brings new and exciting experiences for our entire family!
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