Monday, August 19, 2013

Copy- Kids DVD Review and Giveaway



As parents, our daughter’s health comes first and that includes eating healthy. Unfortunately, Baby Z is the world’s pickiest eater. If you put veggies on her plate, she'll move them right off onto the floor even if she’s never actually tried them before! So, we were excited to get the chance to try the Copy-Kids DVD. This Award-Winning DVD has 12 easy to navigate Chapters, one for each vegetable and fruit. Each chapter features several cute and entertaining kids aged 9 months to 4 years happily eating. The idea of the video is to “encourage positive habits in young children, by watching and copying other kids.”

Our first attempt at this DVD, we tried Raspberries and Carrots. We started with the raspberries and Baby Z LOVED the kids on the video. She just smiled and watched them as they ate their raspberries. Every once in awhile she would look down at the raspberries on her plate and then look back at the TV. At the end of the video, she brought the raspberries to me, one by one, to try and feed them to me. “Those raspberries are for you!” I exclaimed. She was not buying it…



So, we decided to try carrots and we sat her down with a big plate of baby carrots. A couple minutes into the video, she picked up a carrot and slowly put it in her mouth. She nibbled on it a bit and then spit the little pieces she had in her mouth out. She did this repeatedly but even that is just so much improvement. She usually won’t even keep them on her plate. We watched both videos twice. By the end, she had pretty much had enough and ran off to play in her room. So, we decided to try again later.

A few days later, we tried again with the carrots. She was so excited to see the kids again and she tried to strike up conversations with them and waved at them with her carrots. This time, she picked up her carrots repeatedly and always had at least two in her hands but she did not eat them. I decided to play the chapter one more time and I’m SO glad I did! BABY Z ATE CARROTS! She nibbled on them a little and slowly she started to eat more and more. There are just no words to express how thoroughly impressed I am with this DVD! I will be playing it often to help my picky eater try some fruits and veggies. The next time I hit the grocery store, I'm looking forward to picking up a bunch of fruits and vegetables!

If you have a picky eater, I highly recommend this DVD! The idea is so simple yet powerful-- Kids copy other kids. Don't worry that you will always have to have the DVD running to get them to eat because they will mimic the behavior from memory once they have watched and eaten with the DVD.

Still not quite convinced? Check out the "What Is Copy-Kids?" video below!
To learn more or buy the Copy-Kids DVD visit their website here You can also find them on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Youtube!

Disclaimer: I was not compensated for this post. I received a DVD for review purposes only. All opinions are my own.


One lucky I'm No Domestic Goddess reader will win a Copy-Kids DVD below! 
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21 comments:

  1. My favorite fruit is.... man, that's a toughie! I love so many but I'd have to say strawberries! And my LEAST favorite vegetable is creamed corn. Blech!!

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  2. Favorite veggie is broccoli. Lilhottemomma@yahoo.com

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  3. My favorite veggies are carrots.

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  4. My favourite fruit is peaches and least favourite fruit is tomato!

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  5. my least favorite has to be carrots. I can't stand carrots lol. But I love baby carrots. it's just weird. because the regular non baby carrots taste bitter. some taste just nasty.

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  6. I love cucumbers and I try really hard not to hate peppers, but I do hate them.

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  7. Favorite is fruit is grapes least favorite veggie is spinach

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  8. I love tomatoes and corn!
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  9. I like eggplant and banana the most. :)

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  10. I like eggplant and banana the most! :)

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  11. I don't like lettuce at all, I think it tastes weird. I don't want my daughter following my picky choices.

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  12. Brussel Sprouts can stay off my table - I just can't get them down - LOL

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  13. I hate cauliflower, but I love broccoli, so I mix the two together with lots of cheese to make it easier to eat.

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  14. I really love blueberries and can't stand mushrooms!
    jbang0331 at yahoo dot com

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