The Milk Truck Brings #Positivismo to the Streets of Los Angeles

You know how much I enjoy reading books with my kids, specially at bedtime while drinking a warm glass of milk.

Aside that we have lots of fun, specially since we started reading  from www.otroscuentos.com  while drinking milk, my boys are the ones who at 7:30pm tell “Mami, ya es hora de ir a la cama” , they can’t wait to for me to read them stories like; “El Mal Humor de Benito” or “Las Olas de La Luna”,  I really encourage you to visit  www.otroscuentos.com, and download the collection of bedtime stories, your kids like mine, are going to love bedtime!

Did you know, this type of “bedtime ritual” can help parents make sure that their children sleep better while creating special, loving moments between parent and child? And since they are well rested they will wake up alert and it’s easier to remain positive throughout the day.

I’m a big believer of the benefits of reading and drinking milk, that’s why I loved the idea of the milk truck visiting a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California  playing the song, “Ya es hora de ir a la cama” (It’s time to go to bed) while hanging out milk to children who were getting ready to go to bed.

The idea of the milk truck was developed around the popular tradition of drinking a glass of milk before bedtime.

The children were so excited about the milk truck that for a moment I thought it was an ice cream truck, the truth is, that if you as a parent explain to your children the benefits of milk such as; stronger teeth and bones, they will love it! Mine do!

Wouldn’t you like the milk truck to visit your neighborhood? I do!

To learn more about the benefits of drinking milk , the importance of reading a bedtime story to our children  and for your daily dose of #positivismo visit, “Maestro del Vaso Medio Lleno” Facebook Page

Disclosure: This is part of a sponsored campaign with the California Milk Processor Board and Latina Mom Bloggers. However, all opinions expressed are my own.


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