"Kids can change minds....they can even change the world around them..." wow, kids sound really, really important. We should take care of them.
So how does starting their day with a glass of chocolate milk and calling it "breakfast" equate to taking care of them, exactly? Are we TRYING to make sure that they're hungry before they get to school? Because there's a reason why this stuff is called "Essentials:" it's because it's got vitamins and minerals and absolutely nothing else (like fiber) which might keep them awake through third period or less than absolutely ravenous well before lunchtime.
And get that stupid, self-satisfied look off your face, MommyWife. Investing all of fifteen seconds stirring up two glasses of this crap just screams "half-assed effort," not "I love my children and they are the future of the planet etc. etc. etc." If you believed that, you'd at least whip up some toast and pour some milk into a bowl of cereal. Carnation Instant Breakfast? The only message that sends is "I've got better things to do."