June 26, 2014
4 Picnic Helpers
Al fresco brunches used to be your summertime fave. But with a toddler in tow, every meal is a frantic race against the meltdown clock.
Better you take the party to the park, where you can have your feast without the side of bad vibes from your fellow diners.
Here are four ways to make the most of your picnic:
Add some style to the festivities: The Picnic Playmat is striped like a tablecloth and has two faux carrots, a slice of cake and a bunch of radishes to get the little ones excited.
Split the workload: The Large Kids Picnic Basket has a tea set as well as four plates, cups and spoons, so your child can carry the tableware while you lug the treats.
Let them play with their food: Handcrafted Ceramic Fruit and Vegetables are so cute and fun, the just may inspire them to eat the real deal.
Get your game on: Emily Button Picnic Game includes both a memory and a matching game for a nice, relaxed and, most importantly, seated good time.