At first, the thought of bottled water for a toddler… or even an infant… may seem a bit much. However, once you hear what’s behind this product you will be sold. I had the opportunity to try out the toddler version of Nourish and I was more than happy. It was one of those moments where we had just gotten home from running errands, there were no clean cups ready, and I had a cranky, thirsty little boy on my hands. There was Nourish to the rescue.
Nourish offers purified spring water in easy to use, reusable bottles and sippy cups. I popped the top off to unseal the water and handed the Nourish Toddler off to my little guy. Now I have to also admit that since then, I have had several instances where I wished I would have had a Nourish ready and waiting in my bag. The seal keeps it from leaking, you don’t have to wash cups out in public bathrooms (especially airplanes!), and thinking back, I REALLY would have liked to have the Nourish Baby bottles for when my little guy was still on formula. Those bottles are set up for you to just add your formula, shake it up, and serve.
Nourish was created by a mom who had a problem… and boy did she find a way to solve it! I love finding handy products, but I love it even more when it supports a fellow mommy. You can even find the background story on their site! Nourish can be a little tough to find, but it IS available for purchase and can even be found in some airports! That is definitely something that can come in handy! Check this link to find out how to get your own bottle (Well, not a bottle “for YOU”…. But you know what I mean!).You can even order it by the case! Where To Find Nourish? They’re also on Facebook and Twitter if you’re interested.
Disclosure – A product was provided to me free of charge by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the writing of this review; however, opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation.
Ashley has a background in teaching Kindergarten and working with children K through 8th grade. She is now a SAHM and a very active member of our local MOMS Club chapter. So active she just became President of our chapter. She writes her own blog at Momicles.