Lunchbox Love

When my oldest son started school, he was four years old. I cried when he walked away from me, into the kindergarten doors. I wished there was a way I could have left him a note in his lunch box to remind him how much I loved him, or how proud I was of him,  and to remind him of how wonderful of a person he was. I often left him little pictures, and looked forward to the day he could read. Now my oldest son, heading into grade three, is a great reader, and I get excited knowing that the notes I put in his lunchbox will be read. And hopefully, these notes will bring a smile to his face.

I'm thrilled to be part of the Lunchbox Love Mom Panel, because I think these little notes are a simple way to keep a child smiling all day long—which in turn, makes me a happy mom. As we're just a couple of days away from starting the morning routine of getting the kids out the door and to school on time, I love that I have little notes to pop into my children's lunches that I know will keep them smiling throughout the day.

The mission behind Lunchbox Love serves a bigger purpose than just the note in the lunchbox, though:

 "It's the idea of communicating to our kids that we love, respect, and honour them. This is the kind of daily reminder that is the perfect way to bring positive messaging into our children's lives and those we love, especially when we cannot be there." 

The best part for me is that a portion of Say Please's profits are used to help feed children around the world. I love supporting a company who gives back in some way to children. 

I also love how on one side, the little note has some trivia and fun facts—things to get lunch time conversations going among friends over the lunch hour!

I'd love for you to try some of these awesome Lunchbox Love notes, too. I am giving away four packs for you to test out at home. I'm sure you'll love them as much as I do.

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Disclaimer: I am part of the Lunchbox Love moms panel, and I receive compensation for my work with them. 

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Stacy Monaghan said...

What a great idea! Would love to share these with my new reader.

Elaine Alguire said...

I adore Lunchbox Love cards/notes. Such a great idea, I wish I had thought of it! :)