Babysitter in a Box – Restaurant
Walk into any kosher restaurant the week before Pesach and find them brimming with tables of families trying to keep it simple by eating out in an attempt to avoid the last-minute kitchen transformation. While it may save our pre-holiday sanity, taking kids out to dine is not always the easiest of family pursuits – especially when the chosen joint is bustling with heaps of rowdy other children. Keeping the kids happy, settled, fed, and in their seats is likely quite the challenge. Here’s a few things to up the fun factor on a public family outing when the menu reads BYOE.
Table tic-tac-toe gets an upgrade from pen and napkin.
2. Hint Mints
After dinner mints that slip into everything – from the slimmest of evening clutches to the most overstuffed of diaper bags.
The little rubber rugrats fit over all sorts of chopsticks to tame stubby digits and keep them going for more Lo Mein.
Reach into your jean pocket and unfold a wreath of Asian artistry – just waiting for shades of teenybopper color!
When BYOB crosses BYOE.
With stickers to customize and icons to recognize, these placemats just might teach them a thing or two about dining etiquette… for robots!
Let them get a little beverage-crazy with these DIY crazy straws.
A tiny little trinket tin filled with directions for unlimited game-playing on the go.
Give peas and spaghetti some serious personality – food never got this much face-time!