The Beauty of a Buffet
I have a love/hate relationship with all-you-can-eat buffet restaurants. I hate them because I inevitably stuff myself to the point where I am extremely uncomfortable and am then horrified when I step on the bathroom scale the next day. But I love them because they are a great place to take my grandchildren.
Preschoolers tend to be alternatively insistent and inconsistent with their preferences. A child may refuse to eat anything but macaroni and cheese for a month. Then, just when you have loaded your pantry with a ton of the stuff, he decides he doesn’t like it any more and has become similarly devoted to tuna fish. So taking a child to a standard restaurant that features one kind of cuisine is a maddening hit-or-miss proposition. But a buffet restaurant offers the little one an opportunity to try many different things and then select whatever happens to tickle his taste buds at the moment, thereby guaranteeing he gets adequate nutrition and you don’t waste your money.
That’s why Romp n’ Roll is the perfect place for preschoolers. With its wide variety of gym, music, art, and adventure classes, they can choose activities they find immensely fascinating and exciting now, and then pursue something else if and when their interests and inclinations change in the future. And parents can rest assured that whatever and whenever, their child is getting his educational nutrition and they are making a wise, effective, and productive investment.