Monday, June 19, 2017

How to Adventure in Lake Tahoe with a Toddler

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Happy Monday!

Life's about to get crazy again... Yup, I've been a tad MIA because work and life. But I couldn't pass up the chance to chat about Father's day, fishing and on-the-go snacks. You know this girl and her toddler like to eat.

As you know we live in gorgeous Lake Tahoe where views and adventures are endless.  Well, we're training Emerson to love all things Tahoe. She's going to be one fun loving mountain kid. The key is to start early. While she might only been two and a half I think we're introducing her to the right amount of adventure. So far she LOVES playing in snow/sledding, walking the dog in the forest, biking, beach days and fishing! I can't wait to get her on skis next winter.

How to Adventure in Lake Tahoe with a Toddler

Step One 
Pick a location with killer views. Just think about how gorgeous the backdrop will be whether your kid is smiling or crying.


Step Two 
Pack plenty of snacks. I don't know about you but I eat as often as my toddler...not kidding. When I'm looking for grab and go snacks/food I'll usually grab a quick sandwich, Odwalla smoothie or protein shake (hello I'm trying to hit 100g of protein a day!), and fresh cut fruit package from our local Safeway store.

While I love making smoothies at home I don't alway have time and Odwalla products are a great on-the-go solution when you're trying to make smart choices. Plus, their smoothies are 100% juice, Non GMO verified with no added sugar.


DEAL ALERT: Save $1 on your next purchase of in-store fresh cut fruit when you buy any TWO (2) Odwalla 15.2 fl. oz. (You'll receive a print out coupon at the register.). Offer ends 6/27/17.

Safeway's fresh cut fruit cups are ideal for toddlers! As you can see Nick (in the background) is setting up the fishing poles and Emerson is checking out the views while enjoying berries. The cup is perfect for little toddler hands, especially if they're always on the move like Emerson.


Step Three
This one is a twofer. Adventure with friends who have kids around the same age and pick something that will hold their attention -- like fishing! These two were having a blast playing with their mini fishing poles...even if they weren't really fishing.  


Dad + daughters celebrating Father's Day. Because that's an adventure in itself.


Well there you have it. Father's Day and how we adventure with a Toddler! Now I should note step four is the ability to read your toddler's cues and know when it's time to head home :) Side note,  I love the Odwalla Chai Vanilla Protein Shake post workout. It's just easy!

Just in case you shop at Safeway ;)


What's your  favorite on-the-go snack?

2 comments:

  1. So envious you live in Lake Tahoe. We'd move there in a snap if we had the right jobs!

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  2. Looks like a wonderful Father's Day! Fishing is always a fun adventure with the kids even if they're not actually fishing. ;) {client}

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