Unwrap a smile with Kinder! #KinderSmiles
Fall is my favourite time of year. While it is short lived in these parts, originally from Ontario where the maple trees turn a fiery hue of red, apple picking and the smell of apple crisp wafting through the house lend some fabulous memories. Let's not forget about the smell of the leaves... or the crunch they make when you are walking in the woods. I love cool nights and snuggling under a warm blanket with my family, sipping on hot chocolate and market spiced tea lattes. I love that we live where we can experience this amazing and beautiful season (though if Alberta could sport a few more maple trees, that would be so pleasing). What do you love?
While I love that the kids are back in school (hello... this is my first year with BOTH kids in all day school *fist pump*), that means they are away from me for the equivalent of a 40 hour full time job. Every moment we are together now is even more precious than it was before.
This year I am a #KinderMom. A few special perks of the job are unwrapping smiles -- almost nothing is better than unwrapping a smile! Whether I pull out the Kinder Surprise as a Friday, end of the week treat -- or I save it for that moment I must take a super important phone call (a.k.a - keep them occupied), Kinder Surprise is always enjoyed!
Smiles come from spending time together. Head to the Kinder Canada Facebook page to the virtual 'Smile Booth' to create a free, shareable digital photo strip. Every photo shared on Twitter or Instagram with the #KinderSmiles hashtag will be aggregated into a photo gallery.
So, set a moment aside this weekend and go have some filmstrip fun!
Oh and while you're looking, Kinder now offers licensed toys. So far we've come across the Disney Fairies, but be sure to look out for the Transformers toys too!
DISCLAIMER DISCLOSURE: I’m a #KinderMom/Maman/Dad who is part of the KINDER® Canada influencer team; as part of my affiliation with KINDER® Canada, I am provided with special perks and products. All thoughts and opinions are my own.