You know how when you’re shopping with kids, what’s the nourishment like?
Does that organic food snack it with Disney princesses? You need it! You need it! I’m also liable for this because I purchased BB-8 and Chewbacca yogurts a day or two earlier, only to find the birthday cake yogurt isn’t a success, and I would have recently bought regular, boring strawberries.
This blogger’s rearing hack boy, Jane Stine, looks superbly at this issue! Instead of buying all the labeled items that could actually be good, just take your own stickers to the supermarket and thud them on the stuff you will purchase.
She said, “You know how kids constantly like Paw Patrol cereal or Disney waffles or whatever? Take their own stickers to the store and start waiting. Today we have Winnie the Pooh brand spaghetti squash. It’s perfect with Toy Story broccoli.” A busy assortment of dollar store stickers of Elmo carrots, Elsa and Anna peas, Peppa Pig cheddar sticks, Baby Yoda zucchini, etc.
The conceivable effects are inestimable, and maybe one little character is the difference between “Yuck” and “I like it!” Because it’s never terrible when the kids add a few more vegetables to their set.