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Originally Posted by luvmy2boys
I use the Nordic Naturals strawberry flavored ones for my boys (age 3 and 5). They both love them. They call them "ball vitamins"...DS5 was 2 when he first started taking them and "ball" was one of his first words, so they are his "ball vitamins". LOL They've also tried the lemon flavored ones (same brand) and like those as well.
Originally Posted by julie anne
I bought children's, because my 3 1/2 yo ds has suspected ADHD, too, but wanted to see if okay for younger one, too.
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