Aug 14 2010

lunchbox ‘love notes’

We all need reminders that we’re loved. Or that we’re special. Or that someone’s thinking of us. Since children are no exception, parents should be happy to learn about a fun and easy way to give their children midday reminders that they’re oh-so-loved. Meet Lunch Box Notes!

When you drop one of these sweet cards into your child’s lunch box, you’ll send him off to school knowing that when he sits down to lunch, he’ll find a subtle reminder that he’s loved and pretty fantastic.

Each volume of Lunch Box Notes comes with a collection of small cards carrying short and simple, yet meaningful, messages. They’re perfectly-sized for lunch boxes, of course. And . . . on the days that you skip packed lunches, Lunch Box Notes will still be perfect. In fact, I can’t wait to slip one into the binding of my daughter’s composite book. Or my son’s homework folder. Where will you hide yours?

View all the Lunch Box Notes available through Say Please.



Leigh is an attorney and former law professor, but nowadays, she works as a freelance writer and blogs at nice shoes, a great bag, and no drama. Leigh is a staunch advocate for real beauty and personal style, and she lives in Leesburg, VA, with her husband and two children.

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