DH is running to the store for me now in between jobs so I don;t have to go later after work (he is too good to me) I want relatvely healthy (having cake and ice cream that same day) and not super messy snack ideas for a 4.yo and 2 y.o thanks!
Thank you, but I do not have a high chair sooooo the kiddos will be eating these in the living room and the 2 year old can cover his entire face and arms with a teaspoon of frosting, Yup I actually saw him do it!!!! LOL, So no PB, What about string cheese?
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Report This| Share this:Quick! Need snack ideas for 4 y.o and 2 y.oThank you, but I do not have a high chair sooooo the kiddos will be eating these in the living room and the 2 year old can cover his entire face and arms with a teaspoon of frosting, Yup I actually saw him do it!!!! LOL, So no PB, What about string cheese?
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