Sponsored Video: Answering Kids Questions Can Be Tricky

Answering Kids Questions Can Be Tricky

Answering Kids Questions Can Be Tricky

This post is sponsored by Kellogg’s. When we become parents, we think we know our job description. We are to keep our babies safe, teach them right from wrong and raise them to be the best adults possible. There are so many joys along the road like that first word and step, the first day of school, and before you know it, high school graduation. There are also those bumps we are not exactly prepared for as well. I was not prepared for the first trip to the ER, the first heartbreak or the millions of questions kids can ask. Some of those questions are easy like, “Why is the sky blue” (Google helped with that), or “Why do mommies and daddies get married?” (I got that on my own). The harder questions are those along the line of “Why did Cocoa the doggie go to heaven”  or “Why do the kids at school make fun of other kids”.  Yes, answering kids questions can be tricky sometimes.

Answering Kids Questions

Back in 1898, W.K. Kellogg, and his brother, Dr. John Harvey Kellogg tried to make granola. IN their failed attempt to do this, they took the wheat berry and accidently flaked it. But W.K. kept experimenting until he flaked corn, and he created the delicious recipe we now know and love for Kellogg’s Corn Flakes. In the 1930’s, W.K. Kellogg decided he was going to invest in people and he found a way to create jobs for those without jobs due to the Depression. Today, the company still helps children realize their potential through the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Now, the company stands behind several brands that include cereals, toaster pastries, breakfast bars and drinks and many more.

Some things, like how the baby ended up in your belly, are hard for kids to digest. But Rice Krispies® cereal is easy to digest. That’s because it’s made of rice, which moms know is gentle on little tummies. It is hard to believe we have been eating Rice Krispies cereal since its inception in 1927. The friendly guys appropriately named Snap, Crackle and Pop have been watching over us at the breakfast table since 1933. Not only is Rice Krispies cereal good for babies bellies, it is good for adults as well. A friend who recently received a diagnosis of a gallbladder attack was advised to eat Rice Krispies cereal to keep her tummy settled. You can find Rice Krispies cereal at a fine grocery store near you. Be sure to follow Kellogg’s on Facebook and Twitter and you can also Follow Rise Krispies on Facebook and Twitter as well.

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