I saw these cute lunch boxes really cheap on Pick Your Plum a while back and tucked them away for this school year. The one on the left is Luke's, the one on the right is Hannah's.
I tend to pack boring lunches. I lamented on Facebook recently that the trend of lunchbox art makes me feel inadequate as a parent, and slightly annoyed all at the same time.
My kids tease me about labeling everything, but the way they scatter everything about like pixie dust, I'd never see it again if it didn't have name stickers on it.
Here's Lukey's lunch. He takes a boxed toddler meal or a leftover, depending on what's available. The princess bag (I know, I know, I ordered him some boy bags) has crackers in it. The school likes us to send something he can pick up as part of his meal so they can help him practice. His drink is a generic similar to Pediasure. And his cute turtle bib by Bumkins, I got at zulily.com (affiliate link).
Hannah's Tupperware sandwich keeper came from an adoption fundraiser. I love these, because the lid is attached, so the kids can't lose it. She usually takes either a sandwich, a bagel, or noodles in her sandwich keeper. I'm liking the reusable snack bags. We use them for crackers or pretzels.
I could use some suggestions on variety in the lunch box. I'd love to hear what you pack for your kids.
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