Are you looking for somewhere different to take your little people on the weekend or during the week? Something where we can get dirty, ride rides, pet animals and you can have an adult beverage all at the same time?
The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo is going on until February 6, so head out there with the family for some real fun! Kids under 5 are free, and adults are just $10 each to get in.
One tip- everything is "cash only," so unless you plan on throwing away $5 at their ATM, make sure to bring plenty of cash with you.
Besides the rodeo show, you can't miss out on the pony rides and petting zoo. You can pet and feed the llamas, bulls, chickens, baby goats and much more! How cool is that?
The rides and games were all very kid and family friendly (pretty much the same rides as last year!) I even went down the big slide all by myself this year (3 times in a row!). Oh- and don't forget to eat a corn dog while you're here- they are SO good and I devoured one all on my own.
Last but not least, I would say to stop by the Rodeo Shopping area. From Cavender's to hot tubs, clothing and tractor supplies, this area has something for everyone in the family. And if not, it's just entertaining to walk around and check out everything they have to offer.
Get your tickets or find out more information about dates/times here!
What Ryder Wore: Beanie- Ryder Styles Clothing // Vest- H&M // Jean shirt- Kids Headquarters // Pants- Gymboree // Boots- Cavender's
We all know how difficult it can be to eat out and eat healthy at the same time. 9 times out of 10, my mom cooks at home because eating out can be so unhealthy.
If we do get a chance to go out to eat, I usually end up ordering chicken fingers and french fries, but not this time! Last night I had dinner at El Fenix and the menu options are unreal!
El Fenix now has the Kids Fit Menu and every item comes with a healthy (and delicious) side of fruit or vegetables.
I decided to get the Rollie Pollie Quesadilla, which came with shredded chicken, diced yellow squash and cheese, with a side of "sweet nachos" (apple splices sprinkled with cinnamon, raisons and topped with whipped cream. mhmmmm!) All Kids Fit Menu items come with an apple juice too! SO GOOD!
For the past five years, "kids teaching kids" has been engaging kids and families in better nutrition at home. Now, they have expanded their reach to include healthy options when dining out. Their Medical City Children’s Hospital registered dietitian is helping restaurants turn snack recipes from the kids teaching kids℠ website into Kids Fit meals, featuring fruits and vegetables.
Thank you El Fenix for jumping on board in making my life healthier and happier!
El Fenix has lots of locations around the DFW area. Find the closest one to you by visiting: ElFenix.com
What Ryder Wore: Camo Sweater- RyderStylesClothing.com // Pants- H&M //
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