A lot changes when you have a baby. Your sleeping patterns, the way you travel or plan for travel, and social activities you used to enjoy with friends and family change as well.
My and my husband’s circle of friends are huge foodies. Before kids, you would usually find a group of us at a popular/new restaurant in the city. It’s what we did every Friday and Saturday night. Our bellies were full and wallets were emptied by the time Sunday night rolled around.
Once we started having kids, things changed. Our weekly food centred get-togethers turned into once every quarter (at best).
First of all, baby-friendly non-chain restaurants in Toronto are few and far between – I’m talking highchairs and a menu suitable little picky eaters or toddlers with food allergies. Secondly, planning an adults only night out was more often than not, a difficult and time consuming task. Everyone – parents and children – was on a different sleep/nap schedule. Date night with my husband involved planning weeks in advance and booking a sitter for the night. I don’t think we had a real date night until our daughter turned 2!
PC Babylicious – A Toronto Foodie Experience for Parents and Children
There’s hope for foodies big and small now thanks to the PC Organics Baby Food team. In just a few days, parents and babies can enjoy a dining event at some of Toronto’s top restaurants.
Running from May 5 to 15, 2016, Babylicious allows parents and their little foodies to enjoy a meal together. No babysitters needed, no planning months in advance either.
Parents get to sample some of Toronto’s best dishes through a delicious three-course prix fixe menu while baby enjoys a complimentary, 100% certified organic meal courtesy of PC Organics Baby Food. A win-win for parents with infants, toddlers and preschoolers!
Looking for more information on Babylicious? Head on over to pc.ca/babylicious to check out the list of participating restaurants and menus.