Being the mom of a preschooler can be tough at times. But in my opinion, being prepared is the key to having mommy success when it comes to your littles! So when Sprout® Organic Baby and Toddler foods asked me to partner with them for a sponsored post showing how I keep my little guy happy where ever we are, I was excited to share my secrets!
Last week I shared with you why I love Sprout® Baby and Toddler food from Harris Teeter! I told you the secrets to keeping my picky eater happy and even gave you a few tips to ensure your littles are eating real, honest, pure ingredients. And today, I couldn’t help but come back and share how we’re taking our easy to eat Sprout® Organic Toddler Puree pouches on the go as part of a Preschooler Survival Kit that you’re sure to need if you’ve got little ones!
So how did I come up with this idea? Well, it’s actually quite simple! My youngest has been eating Sprout® Organic Baby and Toddler foods at home since, well, he was old enough for solid foods. They have just been apart of his daily routine and I keep my pantry stocked with a variety of flavors from Harris Teeter!
And while I try to always ensure that he’s full and happy when we head out the door to one of our many activities, sometimes it just doesn’t happen. I’ve quite often found myself in the car when a little voice from the backseat begins to say “I’m hungry!” or “I’m bored!” or better yet “Mama, what did you bring for me?” Knowing that this is going to happen nine times out of ten, I’ve gotten smart and created an on-the-go preschooler survival kit that keeps my little guy (and me) happy when we’re out and about.
Creating this (at times life-saving) kit is actually pretty simple! All I have to do is grab one of his old bookbags (we have about a million), some washable markers, paper, books, sanitizing wipes and of course his favorite Sprout® Organic Toddler Food and Snack varieties! Then I place them all in the bag, zip it up and throw it in the back of my car. Then, anytime we’re out and he gets hungry or bored or simply a little tired of going, I can open up our Survival Kit, pull out a snack or an activity and keep going! Within minutes he’s happy, entertained and enjoying a snack that I can feel great about giving him.
And since his Sprout® Organic snacks taste exactly like the names on their BPA free packaging and are made with no additives, fillers or flavors, I can feel great about giving him something good even on the go!
There are no more worries for me about preschooler meltdowns when we’re out and about. Or even when we’re at home for that matter. Because I’ve discovered that the secret to a happy preschooler is fun activities and having these non-GMO snack pouches on hand at all times.
Now, when my little guy gets hungy at home, in the car or even on the sideline of a sports game, he can reach for his USDA certified organic Sprout® Organic Toddler Puree pouches in amazing flavors like Plum, Apple and Blueberry Superfruit (his favorite) or Apple, Apricot and Strawberry Superfruit. It makes his tummy happy while ensuring that he’s always the happy little boy I know and love instead of a cranky, bored and hungry preschooler!
So, moms – listen well when I tell you that if you have a preschooler you don’t want to leave home without your very own survival kit! And while yours may contain electronics or even a coloring book for on the go fun, make sure it’s stocked with Sprout® Organic Toddler Food Purees and Snacks so that when your little one gets hungry, you’ve got an answer that will fill them up and leave you feeling great!
Ready to assemble your own Preschooler Survival Kit? Start by stopping by Harris Teeter, Stop & Shop, Giant, ShopRite, Wegmans, Albertsons, Jewel and H-E-B and stock up on Sprout® Organic Baby and Toddler foods today! Even better, get $1 Off 2 Sprout® Baby/Toddler food products at Harris Teeter using this coupon!
Then tell me, what would you include in your On-the-Go Preschooler Survival Kit?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Sprout® Organic Baby Foods. The opinions and text are all mine.