As the mother of a two-year old who does not like to sit still, when we’re in a restaurant, every 5 minutes counts. So here’s what’s in my restaurant survival bag, for my “Restaurant Impossible” Mission! I’m Connie and I’m passionate about discovering new products that make my life easier. I keep this bag in the car with me all the time so its always in my car. I never forget it, and the toys are always fresh. Table topper placemats, you may or may not have seen these You get a clean surface wherever you go by putting these out. For a fun twist, Elle introduced me to these activity table toppers that gives them an extra thing to do These are also great for containing the mess Remember, the more mess, the more tip you have to leave That’s another dollar Nathan! Magnet Boards. These are great They’re called Create-A-Scene, and your kid can use their imagination to create whatever scene they want. If you like magnets, here’s a book I got. I personally like magnets better than stickers because they have less potential for destroying things. Vehicles! Nathan loves cars and these also double as legos! Little knick knacks. You can get these at a
dollar store, party discount store They’re cheap but they’re new In fact, Presley just got Nathan a bag of these… … all for under five bucks! Elle: That’s awesome!
Connie: SO cute! Mini-Board Books I love these because they’re portable and very durable And a little bead maze. Nathan is starting to really get into the big version of these, so I bought a little one and he really loves it! And if all else fails… … I break out my iPhone… But my one tip is to make sure to have videos downloaded to your phone because you don’t want to trust cell phone reception in moments of distress. And there you have it! That’s what’s in my restaurant survival bag What’s in your bag? Let me know in the comments below and see you soon! Now this is how you choose a restaurant
when you’re dining with a two-year-old.