Once upon on a time in a land not so far away called Newcastle, a family of five lived very happily together. Their was a mummy, a daddy, a teenage daughter and two little toddlers a girl aged two and a boy aged one. The two little toddlers loved to run around all day long making a mess and having adventures, they were always full of energy and ready to explore the world around them.
After a day filled with fun, chaos and mischief the little toddlers would always start to get tired in the evenings. Mummy knew that once their little tummy's were full of yummy dinner that they would get sleepy, so they all snuggled up and watched cartoons on TV. When the toddlers daddy got home from work each evening they would get to have a splash around in the bath playing with the bubbles before getting dressed in cosy pyjamas for bed.
Mummy and daddy knew that the best way to get their little ones to sleep was to make them each a bottle of nice warm Cravendale milk to drink in bed whilst having their bedtime story. They go through a huge 42 pints of milk each week, but they don't mind as they know that Cravendale is finely filtered making it perfect and more yummy for little tummies than normal milk. It is also a great source of calcium for a grown family.
The toddlers adored their bottles of milk and would snuggle up in their beds drinking it and would nearly always fall fast asleep before they managed to finish the bottle's. They were fast asleep for the night all cosy in bed with full little tummy's of milk and sweet dreams of what they could get up to the next day in their head's.
|Fast asleep thanks to his bottle of cravendale|
The teenage daughter no longer went to bed early like her little brother and sister but she too liked a cool glass of milk before she went off to bed each night. Mummy and daddy loved the peace and quiet whilst all three children were in bed and often relaxed with a hot cup of tea, as they rarely got to drink a hot drink with the little ones around.
And they all lived happily ever after, the end.
This post is an entry for Britmums #MilkDrinkersMilk Linky challenge, sponsored by Cravendale.