I’m always on the lookout for fun stuff to do with my girls. But the thing is, my girls aren’t always the easiest to bring places.
And when it comes to anything kid-related – toys, rooms, clothes, etc. – Annie and Gracie can be pretty picky.
We’re not the types who can spontaneously pack a picnic, drive into Boston, go see the Swan Boats, wander around the Freedom Trail, get ice cream, and drive back home while the kids sleep peacefully in the back seat.
I can’t just go out and buy some bedding for my preschooler and know she’ll be happy with whatever. The girl has OPINIONS.
And I know there more of you out there like me.
So as I go on adventures and try new products with my not-all-that-easygoing kids, I’ll blog about it and give you the REAL lowdown. The HONEST lowdown.
Doesn’t matter if I was given free tickets or complimentary toys. If I’m going to write about it, I’m going to be honest about it.
Was the place *really* kid-friendly? Did it have food my kids would actually eat? Was the experience worth the hassle that it inevitably took to get there?
Was the toy or product easy to use? Did my picky-pants girls love it? Or were they “meh” about it?
These are the kinds of things I think parents like me want to know: Was the experience or product really worth it?
I’ll let you know. Honestly.