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Multi Vitamins for My Growing Boys

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This is a sponsored post for which I’ve received free product and/or compensation, but the opinions are 100% my own.

Boys’ appetites are legendary. I’ve found out the legend is true! Even at their young ages, my boys are constantly eating and constantly on the go. Number One and Number Two have definite culinary preferences (read somewhat picky), but at least Number Three will eat anything. Our kitchen is a busy place.

Multi Vitamins for Growing Boys

Even though I am mindful of including plenty of veggies and fruits in our menu, I’m certain my guys don’t meet the U.S. Department of Health guidelines every day. They recommend moderately active kids eat 1.5 cups of fruit and 2-3 cups of vegetables a day.ⱡ  And I assure you my guys are more than moderately active so I’m not quite certain how much they would need to eat—or if I could afford it!

Lil Critters Gummy Vitamins for Kids

We give our guys L’il Critters™ Gummy Vitamins and they love them. The littles actually beg to take them. So different from the vitamins I had to take when I was little. They never tasted good.

Vitamins for Healthy Kids

L’il Critters™ have all of the essential nutrients without hard-to-swallow pills or yucky aftertastes. They’re gluten-free, made with natural fruit flavors and colors from fruits, vegetables and plants. I like that there’s no high fructose corn syrup and no synthetic dyes, either. My boys just chew them up, with no need for water.

The L’il Critters™ product line includes multivitamins and specialty vitamins: Immune C™, Fiber, Omega 3, Calcium and D-3. In addition to the gummy bear shapes, you can also choose Super Mario™ Power Ups, Despicable Me™ and Barbie™. What kid wouldn’t want to take those vitamins?

Lil Critters Gummy Vitamins for Kids

You can find L’il Critters™ at stores nationwide, including Costco, Walmart, Target and Walgreens. Check out for more information.

ⱡSOURCE: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Department of Agriculture. Fruits and Veggies More Matters® April 2016. Available here

Layne Henderson

Layne is a boy mom in love. Surrounded by three adventurous little men, she's in pursuit of an empty laundry basket, the perfect cup of coffee, and sleep. She blogs, parents, and manages social media while wearing her tiara.