As a mum of a fussy eater, I am a huge fan of anyone trying to help babies and toddlers eat healthily. Tasty Tunes by Rachel Stevens should help any toddler start to love fruit and vegetables. I was kindly sent a CD with all the songs and Miss A was certainly listening to all of it. I do think she is a little too young to understand what Rachel is singing about but it is certainly something that I will be playing now and again to make sure that I am doing all that I can to make Miss A love vegetables! She loves fruit, peas and sweetcorn but she will not eat other vegetables. This album will be brilliant when she is older and she does enjoy listening to it now.
Tracks include new versions of ‘Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star’, ‘Hokey-Cokey’, and ‘Old McDonald Had A Farm’.
RACHEL STEVENS TO ENCOURAGE KIDS TO EAT HEALTHILY WITH VEG INSPIRED ALBUM
To encourage parents to bring healthy food off the plate and into the playroom, baby food company Ella’s Kitchen has signed up singer and new mum, Rachel Stevens to create ‘Tasty Tunes’ – a FREE to download collection of families’ favourite nursery rhymes, with a new fruit and veg inspired twist. Tracks include new versions of ‘Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star’, ‘Hokey-Cokey’, and ‘Old McDonald Had A Farm’.
Paul Lindley, Ella’s Dad and founder of Ella’s Kitchen, comments: “Ella’s Kitchen is passionate about helping babies and toddlers eat healthier food. With the worrying figure that less than one in five kids are eating their five-a-day, we partnered with the University of Reading to conduct research into children’s eating behaviour and created the Tasty Tunes collection with Rachel Stevens. We hope this initiative will encourage more kids to eat their veg, creating healthy eating habits that last a lifetime.”
To launch Tasty Tunes, Rachel performed at an exclusive one-off gig just for toddlers at the Monkey Puzzle nursery last week in South London.
The songs are available to download for FREE via the Ella’s Kitchen website at ellaskitchen.co.uk