Picnic Tips with Kids
Heading to a picnic with the kids this summer? Popular Atlanta Blogger Happily Hughes is sharing her best picnic tips with kids here!

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Heading to a picnic with the kids this summer? Popular Atlanta Blogger Happily Hughes is sharing her best picnic tips with kids here!

Summer time can be a lot of fun with the kids, or it can be super stressful.  I try and stay more on the positive side by making sure we have plenty planned.  One thing I know the kids love to do is go for a hike and have a picnic afterwards!  So we do that once a week.

Heading to a picnic with the kids this summer? Popular Atlanta Blogger Happily Hughes is sharing her best picnic tips with kids here!

Yes, I know it’s hot out.  Thank goodness (or not) my kids wake up super early.  So we pack a brunch type meal and head out to the hiking trails by our house.  It’s about a 3 mile loop, then we plop down and have our delicious meal.

Here’s everything you need for a successful picnic with your kids:

●     Muffins

●     Yogurts

●     Cheeses

●     Fruit

●     Juice boxes

●     Brawny Tear-A-Square

●     Cooler

●     Blanket

Heading to a picnic with the kids this summer? Popular Atlanta Blogger Happily Hughes is sharing her best picnic tips with kids here!

Pretty simple right?  I always bring my Brawny Tear-A-Square with me because you know these kids are going to make a mess!  Not only does it come in handy during our hike, but it’s also a lifesaver to have at least one roll in the car at all times!  Between spills, mud, and whatever crafts they made at camp that day there is always a need for paper towels. These new Tear-A-Squares ensure I’m not wasting any of the paper towels by giving me three sizing options: quarter sheet, double sheet, or quartet sheet! 

You can pick these up at your local Kroger!  

8 thoughts on “Picnic Tips with Kids

  1. Erin Knight

    Go for a picnic with the kids is one of the best thing to do in the summer. I have also learned that bring paper towels is so important. Thanks fot the tips.

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  2. Annemarie LeBlanc

    These tear a square paper towels can really come in handy when you have little ones in tow. I will recommend this to my daughter. Her little boy can make a mess during meal time!

    Reply

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