Has half-term left you feeling in need of another holiday? Did you take your children out for a meal or coffee, only to be met by stares from people on the table next to you because your children were noisy? Or did you end up losing your patience because they wouldn’t sit still? Eating out with kids can be a stressful experience, most Mum’s have been there, got the t-shirt, and now have a few tricks up their sleeves to keep their kids happy when eating out. So to help you out I’ve put together a short e-book, with suggestions from me and other Mums, to keep your children entertained whilst you enjoy a well-deserved coffee or bite to eat.
From sugar trains to colouring and word-games, there should be something in ‘Cafe Culture Kids’ that will capture the mind of any child and keep them quiet at the table whilst you wait for your food – because, let’s face it, that’s the worst part of any restaurant experience. Once the food’s arrived they’re usually quiet for at least five minutes! We love taking our children out for meals, and with a little preparation and imagination it can be a really happy time.
To get your copy of ‘Cafe Culture Kids’ all you need to do is sign up for ‘Making Memories’, Patch’s monthly email full of ideas for days out, crafting, books, websites and seasonal offers – everything you need to create and preserve those precious childhood memories. Simply enter your name and email address in the form to the right and you’ll automatically be able to download ‘Cafe Culture Kids’.
I’d love to hear what you think of the ideas, so please leave me a comment.
Bye for now,