15 Places Where Kids Can Eat For Free

You never realize how true the phrase “every little bit helps” is until you have children – and spending $4 for a plate of food your child is probably going to turn their nose up at before tossing it on the floor, well. It’s not the best part of being a parent.

We do still enjoy not having to cook once in a while, and going out to eat also means we don’t have to clean. If you’re having a day (or week) when those two things sound really good, here are 15 restaurants where kids eat free.

15. Chili’s

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If you’re a rewards member, you’ll get a free kid’s meal as long as you spend at least $5 every 60 days.

14. Hooters

Kid’s meals are always free, but make sure to check with your location to verify.

That is… if this is somewhere you don’t mind taking your kids.

13. Marie Calendar’s Restaurant and Bakery

On Saturdays, kids under 12 eat free with the purchase of an adult entree.

12. Qdoba

If you order an adult entree on Wednesday or Sunday, you’ll get a free kid’s meal.

11. Red Robin

You’ll want to check with your nearest location, but many offer “kids eat free” deals on different nights of the week, and often discounted meals at other times.

10. Applebee’s

The day of the week and hours could change based on where you live, so check ahead, but their menu is full of kid-approved classics that will hit the mark.

9. Denny’s

Kids eat free when adults order an entree, but it is limited to two free meals per adult.

8. IKEA

The Swedish home store offers free baby food with every entree purchased, and certain locations offer free bigger kid’s meals on special days of the week.

7. Margarita’s Mexican Restaurant

This New England-based chain offers free kid’s meals on Saturdays and Sundays.

6. Ruby Tuesday

Every Tuesday after 5, kids eat free with the purchase of an adult entree.

5. Bob Evans

Head here on Tuesdays after 4 p.m., when your kid under 12 eats for free as long as you order an adult entree.

4. Dickey’s BBQ Pit

On Sundays, kids under 12 eat free with any party that spends at least $10.

3. Johnny Rockets

This old fashioned diner offers free kids meals on Tuesdays from 4-8pm with the purchase of an adult meal and a drink.

2. Moe’s

Kids eat free on Tuesdays at participating locations, and they include a drink and a cookie!

1. Uno’s

Tuesdays are free kid’s meals day here, too, so hopefully your kid is more adventurous than mine (even when it comes to pizza).

I’m definitely keeping this list in my back pocket! My kids are fairly good at eating out, but having an iPhone to hand them after they’ve finished eating (in 5 minutes) and you haven’t is a lifesaver.

What’s your go-to plan for eating out with kids? Tell us about it in the comments!

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A Collection of the Best 1990s Memes

Growing up in the 1990s didn’t make us special. I’m not mad at these “damn kids today” because they don’t know what dial-up is. I’m thrilled for them. It was horrible. Nobody deserves that.

Nevertheless, it hits some sweet, sweet spot in the brain to let memes transport us back to a time in our history that seems to have been curated entirely by that orange Nickelodeon blob guy.

I wonder what he’s up to. I hope he’s found work. Let’s reminisce with some 90’s memes in his honor.

15. I didn’t even have cable, so even this felt like luxury

14. Nobody ever bought these, they just sort of appeared

13. Seeing this meme is how I learned there’s a Rugrats reboot coming

12. The higher the hair the closer to God

11. This was broken 10 minutes in

10. Back when things were “on” at a “certain time”

9. Give your little brother the bad controller

8. I had two sisters and these were scattered everywhere

7. My heart literally just skipped a beat

6. Then DVDs came along and you’d end up returning them because “they had the black bars”

5. I mean, the world was slightly less on fire

4. It’s impossible to explain now why we thought these would be valuable

3. I STILL DON’T KNOW

2. Bottom right still gives me anxiety

1. Who could forget “tent pants”

Well, realizing how long ago all of this happened makes me think I should probably go join AARP.

While I’m gone, tell me in the comments what your favorite distinctly 90’s thing was.

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A Mom’s Video About her Bullied Son Went Viral. The Internet Shows Their Support and Will Send Him To Disneyland.

Social media gets a bad rap sometimes, but sometimes it can help create some truly life-changing moments.

Take the story of young Quaden Bayles, for example. The 9-year-old boy was born with a form of Dwarfism called Achondroplasia and his mother, Yarraka Bayles, recently shared a distressing video of her unconsolable son reacting to being bullied at his school in Australia.  In it, the young boy talks about killing himself because he is so upset.

This is the impacts of bullying! I seriously don’t know what else to do! 😭

Posted by Yarraka Bayles on Tuesday, February 18, 2020

The video went viral in a massive way and has touched people around the globe.

Quaden said about his story,

“The parents should make them be nicer to kids with disabilities.

If you get bullied stand up for yourself and don’t listen to what they say.”

His mother wrote in a statement,

“Quaden Bayles’ family would like to take this time firstly to thank everyone for the overwhelming show of love and support from so many people from all around the world.”

A comedian with Dwarfism named Brad Williams was so touched by the video that he set up a GoFundMe page to raise $10,000 to send Quaden to Disneyland.

As of today, he’s raised almost $275,000!

The money that isn’t spent on flying Quaden and his mother to the U.S. will be donated to anti-bullying and anti-abuse charities.

A bunch of other celebrities have stepped up to support Quaden as well on social media, including one of Australia’s most famous sons, Mr. Hugh Jackman.

Actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan of ‘The Walking Dead’ also showed his support.

Boston Celtics player Enes Kanter tweeted his love too!

And the National Rugby League Indigenous All Stars asked Quaden to lead them out onto the field for their match this weekend.

 

Don’t you love it when social media is used for good?

Keep your head up Quaden, and don’t ever let anyone out there make you feel like you don’t deserve the absolute best in life!

And kudos to all the celebrities (especially Brad Williams) who brought attention to this important story. Good work all around, humans!

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A Mom’s Video About her Bullied Son Went Viral. The Internet Shows Their Support and Will Send Him To Disneyland.

Social media gets a bad rap sometimes, but sometimes it can help create some truly life-changing moments.

Take the story of young Quaden Bayles, for example. The 9-year-old boy was born with a form of Dwarfism called Achondroplasia and his mother, Yarraka Bayles, recently shared a distressing video of her unconsolable son reacting to being bullied at his school in Australia.  In it, the young boy talks about killing himself because he is so upset.

This is the impacts of bullying! I seriously don’t know what else to do! 😭

Posted by Yarraka Bayles on Tuesday, February 18, 2020

The video went viral in a massive way and has touched people around the globe.

Quaden said about his story,

“The parents should make them be nicer to kids with disabilities.

If you get bullied stand up for yourself and don’t listen to what they say.”

His mother wrote in a statement,

“Quaden Bayles’ family would like to take this time firstly to thank everyone for the overwhelming show of love and support from so many people from all around the world.”

A comedian with Dwarfism named Brad Williams was so touched by the video that he set up a GoFundMe page to raise $10,000 to send Quaden to Disneyland.

As of today, he’s raised almost $275,000!

The money that isn’t spent on flying Quaden and his mother to the U.S. will be donated to anti-bullying and anti-abuse charities.

A bunch of other celebrities have stepped up to support Quaden as well on social media, including one of Australia’s most famous sons, Mr. Hugh Jackman.

Actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan of ‘The Walking Dead’ also showed his support.

Boston Celtics player Enes Kanter tweeted his love too!

And the National Rugby League Indigenous All Stars asked Quaden to lead them out onto the field for their match this weekend.

 

Don’t you love it when social media is used for good?

Keep your head up Quaden, and don’t ever let anyone out there make you feel like you don’t deserve the absolute best in life!

And kudos to all the celebrities (especially Brad Williams) who brought attention to this important story. Good work all around, humans!

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Parents Share Hilarious Do-It-Yourself Disasters Done by Their Kids

“Do It Yourself” is a good motto to live by for a lot of things, and it’s also good to encourage kids to make their own way in the world.

In these hilarious Twitter responses, parents shared the times their adorable children tried to do things their way…and the results were a little less than spectacular.

But still, good job, kids!

Oh, bless their hearts…

1. The tweet that got the ball rolling.

2. Making great progress!

3. Willing to relocate…

4. Let’s partner up.

5. The top of her game.

6. Nailed it!

7. What a deal!

8. On her way!

9. Half girl/Half tiger.

10. This is the big time.

11. Picture perfect.

12. Very pleased.

13. Might have a millionaire on your hands.


Wow…these kids definitely deserve an A For Effort, but some of those are a little rough…

Have your kids ever tried to start up their own little gig? How did it go?

Tell us about it in the comments!

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These Tweets Might Make You Never Want to Have Kids

If you’re thinking about having children…these tweets might just change your mind…

Sure, they are tons of fun and everyone says you don’t know what you’re missing until you have children, but still…they’re not for everyone…

Let’s see what these folks had to say…you might just be discouraged.

1. It was an accident.

2. You have a monster on your hands…

3. Now apologize to ME.

4. Stuff like this…

5. Who’s in charge here?

6. Got a bruiser on your hands.

7. I see why.

8. I’m gonna be sick.

9. Not an easy task.

10. How cute!

11. Without warning.

12. You ungrateful little…

13. All fixed now…

14. This clinched it for her.

15. That’s a bummer.

Well, I’m convinced! You don’t need to tell me anything else!

What about you? Do you have kids? Are you totally against having kids? Still on the fence?

Tell us all about it in the comments!

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These Memes Will Speak to You If You Have Kids

Being a parent can be exhausting. The hard work never ends, the kids don’t appreciate it (until they’re older… maybe), and you sometimes look to the heavens and cry to relieve some of the stress.

But, hey, it’s all worth it, right? RIGHT!

Here are some funny parenting memes for all the moms and dads out there.

1. My time is now.

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2. Do whatever you want.

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3. About to have a meltdown.

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4. You made the right choice.

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5. I’m here for you!

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6. Do not judge.

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7. Even for two minutes…

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8. Need a breather.

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9. Like a little goblin.

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10. You’re still a mess.

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11. An ancient ritual.

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12. That would be a NO.

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13. I need four more hours.

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I do not have children, but even I thought those memes were pretty hilarious.

What about you, moms and dads? Do these memes ring true?

Share your thoughts with us in the comments, please!

Oh, and keep up the good work!

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Hilarious Memes About the Ups and Downs of Having Kids

Highs and lows.

This describes a lot of things in life and parenting is definitely one of them. But look at it this way: you’re raising the future leaders of the world! Actually, maybe don’t look at it like that because panic may set in…

You know what? Just sit back, relax, and laugh at these funny memes about having kids.

1. What a life!

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2. Not gonna happen.

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3. Completely deflated.

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4. Please leave now!

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5. He’s right, you know…

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6. It’s starting…

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7. I’ve seen this before.

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8. The demon child.

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9. Not as much fun as it looks.

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10. Must not have had kids.

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11. Okay, that’s enough.

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12. Don’t do it!

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On-point parenting memes, in my humble opinion.

Parents, how are you holding up?

In the comments, tell us some funny and crazy stories about things that those little devils have done recently. Please and thank you!

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Funny Tweets About Self-Care From Parents

When you’re single and you don’t have kids, you may think your life is busy and you have no time for taking care of yourself

But when you have kids? You’re in for a whole new world, my friends. A walk from the living room to the bathroom might be the only exercise you get during a week filled with family obligations.

Parents are still trying to practice self-care in their own unique ways, though.

And here are some funny tweets about it.

1. That’s what it’s called.

2. I totally get it.

3. Sleep is all you need.

4. Whatever works.

5. It’s a fun game!

6. All of the above.

7. Looks like she’s killin’ it.

8. That’s all you get from now on.

9. The ultimate checklist.

10. DON’T DO IT!

11. Whole lot of screaming going on.

12. You might be on to something.

13. Some truth right here.

14. The master plan.

15. That will also work.

Hey, self-care is important, right? No matter how small the doses are…

Parents, we want to hear from you!

Tell us how you break away if even for a second to have a little time to yourself. Let’s hear from you in the comments!

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People Share the Things Their Parents Get Wrong That Really Annoy Them

I was obsessed with watching Saved by the Bell after school every day when I was younger, and my mom would always, without fail, call it Who Rings the Bell? 

And, when I used to watch Headbanger’s Ball on MTV, she would call that show Harvey Wallbangers.

Dammit, Mom! Get it straight.

We all have trivial little things that our parents do that drive us nuts. And people are sharing their hilarious stories on Twitter. Let’s take a look.

1. Getting angrier…

2. Pesky Blinders.

3. I kind of like that better.

4. Peperami pizza.

5. I like this a lot.

6. Why? Whyyyyyy???

7. Lots of love.

8. The Bart Simpson Program.

9. This is amazing.

10. Still thinking about it

11. That is disgusting.

12. The one and only website.

13. A bit of a difference.


Boy, do those bring back some memories…

Did your parents ever do this? And did it drive you up the wall?

Tell us about it in the comments!

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