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Quick! Need snack ideas for 4 y.o and 2 y.o
BabyLovesPrada posted:
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!
stephs_3_kidz responded:
Ants on a log..

Bananas cut in half, longways, slathered on the top with peanut butter (well, you really don't have to use much), and raisins (the ants) on top of the peanut butter. My kids love that.

Any kinds of berries, and some Cool Whip (I prefer French Vanilla).

Gogurt (yogurt in tubes)

Fruit cups
BabyLovesPrada replied to stephs_3_kidz's response:
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?
stephs_3_kidz replied to BabyLovesPrada's response:
2yos are talented like that. lol

Oh, yeah, my almost-2yo LOVES string cheese. Loves it.

As an aside, that same almost-2yo refuses to sit in his high chair when we eat..he sits in a regular chair and my 6yo takes over the high chair. LOL
mrslee97658 responded:
string cheese is good and my boys love graham crackers, they can be plain or chocolate but they love them.
BabyLovesPrada replied to mrslee97658's response:
Thanks Ladies! DH got string cheese, grapes, and goldfish
stephs_3_kidz replied to BabyLovesPrada's response:
The mom in me wants to tell you to cut the grapes in thirds so they don't choke on them.

BabyLovesPrada replied to stephs_3_kidz's response:
Yes Ma'am, I planning on it, but good looking out tho! ; )

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