This is sponsored post from Sara Lee®. All opinions are 100% my own.
Hey mamas! Back to school season is right around the corner (if it hasn’t already started in your area) and that means time to start packing lunches.
This is Dean’s first year in school and he is soo excited. I am not so excited about losing my baby for a whole 7 hours sniff sniff :(
However, I am super excited to pack his lunch. He has a super cute little lunch box and I bought the adorable little containers that fit perfectly together and while I am sure the novelty of making lunch will wear off right now I am pumped to do it!
One thing I am most excited to do is leave little notes in his lunch box. That’s the normal mom thing to do right? I figured I better get all my notes in now before he is “too old” and I would just embarrass him lol.
For right now while he is still young enough I will be putting notes in with his pb&j. I believe it will be a great little surprise in his lunch every day and helps him have a great day and remind him how much I love him.
At his age I keep the notes pretty simple but soon I can’t wait to leave him knock knock jokes (his favorite!)
Sara Lee® makes it easy for you to print out customizable notes for you to pop in your kiddos lunch box with their “Lovable Lunch Notes” campaign. Not only do they have 30 fun and creative notes to choose from but they are customizable, so you are sure to create one to make your little one feel extra loved!
You just head over to the site HERE and pick out your note, customize it, print it out and bam you got a super awesome surprise note to bring a smile to lunch time!
While at the site don’t forget you can print out a coupon for their delicious bread, a must have for any back to school!
I love the soft and smooth white bread, it makes the best peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. That is Dean’s sandwich of choice everyday. We might switch it up sometimes and have some strawberry jelly instead of grape but always pb&j. Since he eats it along side fruit and a cheese wheel I can’t complain lol.
Plus I feel good giving him Sara Lee® Bread because it’s great tasting and wholesome, that perfect balance between good taste and good for you. I love that Sara Lee® bakes up soft and delicious bread made with quality ingredients that have no high fructose corn syrup, artificial colors or flavors, which is so important! Plus with 18 different varieties there’s a perfect bread for everyone!
Another lunchbox tradition I remember from when I was younger and will do with Dean is including a little sweet treat to end the meal. Maybe some fruit snacks or a little piece of leftover Halloween candy, just a little something to look forward to at the end of the meal.
So start some lunchbox traditions and print out your Lovable Lunch Notes today!
Do you have any lunchbox traditions of your own?
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sara Lee® Bread.