Nido Fortified Drumbeater

Nido Fortified Drumbeater

Nido Fortified drumbeater

Our little Nido Fortified drumbeater.

Yesterday, we were at the supermarket looking for another brand of milk for Dindin, as she had been taking hers for more than a year already. We thought it would nice to switch brands.

Then I got Nido Fortified. I have to admit that the main reason why I got them was because of the free plastic canister that came with the 900g pack. We bought two of the yellow canisters with the read cap (also available in blue).

I tasted Nido last night after I made a glass for Dindin and realized that it was not sweet. That’s good because then she would not be hyper and her teeth will not be prone to tooth decay. Then she will just get all the protein and Calcium that she needs without much sugar.

And today, you know what Dindin used the canisters for? Bongo drums! She was able to watch some of the performances of the famous La Carlota drumbeaters on TV and she is applying their moves. Now below is the performance of the little dainty drumbeater wearing a pink Sabrina dress.

20 thoughts on “Nido Fortified Drumbeater

  1. pynky

    NIce MOve Dindin!!..jam enjoyed the show..sure gonna grab some Nido milk for the freebies.. 😀

  2. Josie

    Wow so cute nmn Dindin, bka magkaron ka ng rockstar nyan haha.. Nido too was my kids’ milk when they reached 1 year old until they decided not to drink milk anymore (nagsawa na, Milo na lng dw..lol) it was recommended by their pedia..

    1. Loving Mama Post author

      LOL nice naman… Dindin has Nido din when she was two, then we shifted again and now we’re back on it. LOL

  3. joy

    Nido is one of my trusted milk brands eversince, i just noticed that it was not as tasty as before, but the nutritional value are still intact, maybe it depends on the age bracket of the milk? meaning there is Nido for 1 year old up to 5 yrs.old, then another for 6 yrs. and older so the taste varies?

    1. Loving Mama Post author

      di ko na try ang taste ng iba. but this one is not. pang kids and adults ito. but I will buy the 3+ next time hehe

  4. Bambie

    so cute! very smart kid and youngest drum beater, i suppose? and yeah, Nido isn’t too sweet (used to drink it when I was younger, which means eons ago!). it’s just too bad my nephew developed an allergic reaction to milk. every time he drinks milk, he develops rashes on his arms and legs. 🙁

  5. raygee

    way to go dindin! =) very smart kid…
    we might switch to Nido once we reach 30 months. our milk according to our pedia is actually sweet.

    1. Loving Mama Post author

      really? I was actually surprised when I tried Nido that it was bland. Dindin was just fine with it. 😀

  6. Dhadha G.

    Wooow! Good job Budindin! Sagad2x ba! 🙂

    Nag switch na kmo gale milk? Mau kay nauyunan man niya ang Nido? Si Kimy gnpatilaw ko na kag daw d nya type ang sabor. Maybe naanad sya sa nakasanayan nya na milk. But congrats ha, medyo bara-barato na ang milk nyo sbng compared before sa PediaSure na super duper mahal. Super savings! Haha! :))

  7. The Camera Bug

    hehehe..cute! good job didin! i remember showing the embedded video here to her on facetime and she just giggled. cute! did i say cute? 😀

  8. eds

    go dindin! loving mama, ma hambal man si dindin “you’re my #1” … tsakto nido na noh? :):):)

  9. Flora Joy

    Dindin is really so creative…she knows what to do with seemingly simple things…signs of a smart kid!…;-)

  10. Ellen

    aww.. Dindin is so cute and so smart… How many times has she watched the performances of the drumbeaters? She’s really a fast learner. It’s nice that she is always curious and willing to try and experiment on things. 🙂 (As for Nido, I personally love its taste but my girls don’t 🙁 )

    1. Loving Mama Post author

      Thanks Ellen. hihi actually she watched one episode where there was a competition and so about five groups joined. It stuck hehe

  11. Pepay

    pati ang nido cans la gin palampas ba..hehe… Next time big real drums na nang..hehehe..

    1. Loving Mama Post author

      hehe amo.. actually these are plastic canisters… pero drums gyapon a. when she saw that they were two, she immediately put them together and called them, “bongos.” hehe

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