Husband and I took the kids to RHS Wisley a few weeks ago. It was unusually not raining so I thought it would be a perfect day for exploring and wandering around aimlessly. Moozles is 5 1/2 and she loves a little adventure. Dubz is 21-months old and he turns everything into an adventure. I brought a picnic blanket. Despite the fact that it is winter, I thought it would be fun for us to have our elevenses picnic-style. I packed two boxes of Barny snacks, apple and strawberry. Each box contains five snacks, so I thought we could try a few then have some left over for another day and another adventure. Ah, best laid plans.
We made it about five minutes into our visit to Wisley before the kids cried hunger. It was only 10am, they had already had breakfast at home and a banana each during the 30-minute car ride. So I brought out the Barny snacks. At first, Dubz did not want to eat Barny. He loved that it was shaped like a bear and he just wanted to hold it. But his curiosity (and greed) got the better of him. And one by one the snacks were eaten. In fact, the kids were eating the snacks in every photo I took. And by the time we reached our picnic spot, there were no Barny snacks left. I didn't even get to take photos of the Barny snack boxes on our lovely plaid blanket as the boxes were empty and crumpled. Moozles especially liked the strawberry snacks so I will soon be buying those as well as giving the chocolate ones a try. Barny snacks would be a fab addition to our weekend adventures, as well as provide Moozles with a fun lunchbox treat!
This post is an entry for the Britmums 'Winter Little Adventures Challenge' sponsored by Barny, individually wrapped bear-shaped sponges with a hidden filling. Find out more about Barny here. I was sent two packs of Barny snacks for review purposes. The opinions expressed are completely my own.