Bedtimes at home are pretty routine. We all thrive on routine and bedtimes are no exception. After dinner, we have some time to relax and then between 7pm and half past, we take Olly upstairs to bed and we start our bedtime routine of bath, book, bottle of milk and then into bed. Cravendale has always played a part in this routine and it’s one we are likely to continue into the near future.
Olly has been drinking whole milk since just before his first birthday and now, just three months off his third birthday, he drinks a bottle of warm milk before bed and again a bottle of warm milk first thing. He’s very fond of his milk and will always ask for it when he wakes up in the morning before he eats his breakfast. It’s his first drink of the day and we’re happy to give him something that is a source of essential vitamins and minerals which are so essential to his diet as he grows up.
Cravendale is the purest milk on the market and we’ve got their filtering system to thank for that. The milk is filtered to ensure it’s in the best condition for milk drinkers and in our house, not only does Olly drink it, but hubby loves a cold glass of the white stuff too!
As much as Hubby loves a good mug of tea, he will always take a glass of ice cold semi-skimmed Cravendale milk up to bed with him along with a couple of dark chocolate digestive biscuits. He doesn’t always get time to drink much tea during the working school day (I know, I thought Teachers were always making a mug of tea every break time) so when he’s not had chance throughout the day, he loves to take a glass up with him to enjoy whilst he relaxes watching a daft television programme before he goes to sleep.
I love that my boys both love their Cravendale milk. The milk is always good quality, it tastes just like milk should and Cravendale milk always tends to stay fresher for longer than any other brand. That’s why it’s a brand we trust in our house and will continue to enjoy it!
Disclaimer: This post is an entry for BritMums #MilkDrinkersMilk Linky Challenge, sponsored by Cravendale and I received some vouchers to buy a couple of bottles of the white stuff. All words and images are my own.