So it is a week after Halloween and we haven't made a dent in all the candy that we got. To combat all the consumption of candy corn, chocolate, caramel apples and gummy snacks this Halloween season, I have been strongly encouraging drinking water. You know how I feel about drinking water when I wrote about it here.
Bobble gave me the opportunity to try their mini Bobbles to help encourage these healthy habits. My kids are having a great time with them - they are called the "watter bobbles" at our home. I like the size - easy to throw in my purse and easy to grab. If the bottles get too big, my kids don't like to carry them! I also really like that these filter as you drink! No more standing by the refrigerator waiting for the water to come out! Bobble filters should be replaced after 40 gallons, or 150 liters, of water passes through them. This typically equates to two or three months’ use per filter. Users fill bobble with municipal tap water; schoolchildren can easily refill it from hallway water fountains or from their home’s kitchen sink. Bobble’s filter makes that water taste better by removing chlorine and organic contaminants from it. Chlorine is common to tap water and tends to impart a slightly sour aftertaste. Bobble eliminates that aftertaste. Bobble water instantly tastes cleaner and more refreshing.
Its smaller size, design by Karim Rashid and multicolored scheme were created to make water consumption more attractive – to encourage kids to prefer water to sugary sodas and other unhealthy drinks – which is imperative during this unhealthy holiday! Bobble is a vehicle to better health habits for children of all ages. My kids love them. I didn't think it would be a big deal because they drink so much water anyways, but they really do love them - and that is all ages of my kids that like them!
This post was sponsored by bobble which gave me an opportunity to try their products.