Friday, July 19, 2013

*NEW* Brita Kid-sized Water Bottle- Review

**I received this item for the purpose of a review. I was in no way compensated for my opinion as they are my own. Your opinion may vary from mine.**
My 2 year old daughter is obsessed with water, she has been since she was tiny. I love that she would choose water over juice but when we're somewhere where the water is questionable, I get really anxious. At home we have well water so we use a filtered water dispenser that holds 5 gallons, that way we know her water is okay to drink. The problem I have is when we are in the city visiting family. The big city we live near has some of the best water in the country but that still doesn't ease my mind. I'd rather know that my daughter is getting clean and clear water, free from chemicals. That's why when we had the opportunity to test out the new kid-sized water bottles from Brita, I was really excited. 
Brita's new kid-sized water bottles come with cool character images from Nickelodeon like Spongebob, Dora the Explorer, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. My daughter loves all three of those shows so she was very excited to see her new Spongebob and Dora water bottles. Brita's new reusable water bottles for kids are made from BPA free hard-sided heavy duty plastic and are dishwasher safe. Each bottle comes with a built in filter that can last up to two months (or after 40 gallons). Prices for the new Brita kid-sized water bottles are set at around $19.99 a piece and can be purchased online or at various retail stores. 
We ended up loving the new Brita kid-sized water bottles. They're the perfect size and heavy duty so they won't break easily when dropped. The best part, they give mommy a little piece of mind knowing my child is drinking safe water.
Did you know?
  •  Only 15% of school-aged children drink the recommended 6-8 glasses of water a day?
  • Children are more likely to reach for healthier food options if the package has cartoon characters on it? (My daughter loves to carry her new Brita water bottles around)
  • One bottle can replace 300 plastic water bottles which is a savings of $90 per filter?
Why not set your child up with better health and good healthy food choices early? It couldn't hurt, right? 

**I received this item for the purpose of a review. I was in no way compensated for my opinion as they are my own. Your opinion may vary from mine.**

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  1. Patricia WoolvertonJuly 19, 2013 at 9:40 PM

    I buy bottled water cause the kids will not drink the nasty water in Florida. Cape Cod Mass has the best water no after taste very pure and the kids now won't touch it here.

  2. JennifersWorldReviews henryJuly 19, 2013 at 9:46 PM


  3. We just received some of these and my kids are in love with them! As a former teacher it is scary how dehydrated children get.