What to Pack for LSU Tailgating with Kids

Yay for football season, especially LSU Tigers’ football! It is pretty difficult to live in Louisiana without having some love for football, especially for them Tigers. Tailgating is one of those traditions majority of us love to participate in, even with kids. Here are a few tips to make things run a little smoother when tailgating with kids.

Let’s get to packing!

Traveling with Food / SnacksWhat to Pack for LSU Tailgating with Kids
Stashers are a reusable, BPA free alternative to disposable plastic baggies.
Re-Play products are 100% made from recycled milk jugs! These are BPA free, dishwasher and microwaveable safe, and made in the USA.
Travel Tray makes tailgating a breeze with the ability to hold both a cup and snacks all while fitting in any standard cup holder.

Food ideas with
GoGo Squeeze is the perfect on-the-go healthy snack. A new product just hit the shelves and it’s for teens! It’s a bigger pouch: BlastZ.
Jambalaya Girl is an easy way to get the perfect tailgating meal! Jambalaya Girl is owned by a local mom whose mission is to share an authentic taste of New Orleans with the world with easy prepare dishes!
RxBar Kids are great for your kids with no added preservatives, and you know exactly what your kids will be eating.

Help keep hands clean while at the tailgate with KleenHanz. These are disposable sanitizing towelettes that clean, sanitize AND remove germs, they are antimicrobial and hypoallergenic, and they consist of a non-alcoholic solution safe for all hands.

What to Pack for LSU Tailgating with Kids

Games / Entertainment: It’s great to have something to keep those kids entertained while tailgating. Ogo Sports: Love what Ogo Sports brings to outdoor play! Easy to use toys that will keep kids entertained.
Can also bring: Footballs, pom poms, anything you don’t mind getting a little dirty while out at the tailgate.

Lastly, fighting off any bugs with Bug Soother! All natural bug spray that smells great, but bugs hate! It is Deet free and repels gnats, mosquitos and many other insects.

Here’s to a great football season with kids! G-E-A-U-X Tigers!

Clair is a former science teacher turned stay at home mommy to 3 kids, Ryleigh (6), Brady (5) and Chloe (1). She is originally from Mississippi and moved to Louisiana after meeting her husband at Mississippi College. She can’t imagine living anywhere else now. The culture here in Louisiana is the best: from the great food to cheering on the LSU Tigers. Her background in science has her loving to incorporate all things science while at home with her kids. This has led her to the world of blogging! Her blog, The Sprouting Minds, includes all things ‘mommy’ as well as those engaging kid activities. She hopes she can spread the love of science to other families as well as encourage mothers along the way.

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