Bring snacks that everyone loves that won’t cause a sugar crash. My kids love Stonyfield® Organic YoKids® yogurt and I love that Stonyfield recently announced it is reducing sugar across its yogurt brand, and they started with YoKids! How awesome is that! They are now featuring between 25% – 40% less sugar than the leading kids’ yogurt. This is such a great improvement, that I was thrilled when they asked to partner with me, to spread the word.
It can be hard finding on-the-go snack options that I am happy about feeding my kids and that they also like, but with Stonyfield® Organic YoKids®, the #1 organic kid’s yogurt brand, I can’t go wrong!
Because Stonyfield YoKids yogurts are certified organic and Non- GMO Project verified, that means it is always made without the use of toxic persistent pesticides, artificial hormones, antibiotics and GMOs.
YoKids® yogurt is available in all varieties such as cups, pouches, tubes, and smoothies. My kids love the tubes and pouches, plus they are so convenient for family adventures, I can just toss them in my bag and go!
Plan for the unexpected, keep change of clothes in car and sweatshirts. We live in Florida and I still keep sweatshirts in the car, you never know when the weather might change. I also keep a change of clothes in case we stumble across a splash pad I didn’t know about. My motto during family adventures is “just let the kids…” whenever possible. So if they get covered in ice cream or soaking wet going through a fountain, I’m prepared.
Leave extra time in your schedule to really be adventurous. Try not to plan out every moment or squeeze in too much for one day. Having some “whatever” time built into the day allows you to spend extra time in an area you love or exploring something you didn’t think of before. The more you loosen up the time restraints the less stressful a family adventure will be.
Buy tickets and passes ahead of time. Not only do most attractions offer discounts when you buy tickets online, they also let you skip the ticket booth and go straight to the admission gate, which means less time waiting in line with excited kids.
Put down the camera/phone. It’s hard I know; my job is to take pictures of most of our adventures but it’s easy to end up having a thousand images at the end of the day with no real memories. Decide on a couple important photos you know you’ll cherish and put the camera away for the rest of the time and enjoy the moments.
What are your favorite family adventure tips?
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Stonyfield® Organic YoKids®.