Einstein Bros. Bagels sent us gift cards to try their new #TwistNDip bagels. All thoughts are my own.
Food shopping is always fun with our boys. At least we always try to make it an adventure.
Aside from the random tantrums and having to rush to the nearest bathroom with our toddler who is in the final stages of potty training, food shopping is always interesting.
What makes it even more interesting are the lunch breaks.
And today, we picked up some bagels from our local Einstein Bros. Bagels.
This trip brought me back to my hometown, which is predominantly a Jewish neighborhood.
Driving home with the bagels reminded of when my father and I would pick up bagels from a local Jewish deli. Even the setting was quite similar. Both are small with a huge counter.
Our toddler helped pick out the spread and drinks, while I checked out the place.
It was nice to see Doggie Bagels available for our four-legged son at check-out. The Doggie Bagels are made out of beef, and Rocky was so excited to try them. We grabbed two and were on our way.
What I love most about the #TwistNDip bagel is that it offers a fun way for your little ones to not only eat their bagel, but also
makes it easy for moms to monitor how much their little one has eaten.
Starting now until July 31, Einstein Bros. Bagels wants to see bagel lovers show off their best #TwistNDip moves. Fans are invited to post a photo or video that captures how they Twist N’ Dip on Facebook,Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #TwistNDip. Einstein Bros. will select winners every week to receive awesome prizes, such as Six Flags prize packs, summer swag and even free bagels for a year.
Former B2B editor and marketing manager turned Family & Lifestyle blogger. Fatima is passionate about life and being social.
When she isn't running around with her husband, three kids, and two pups, Fatima helps other bloggers and local businesses with their online marketing strategy.
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