Recently we received an exciting package in our mailbox, whose contents were especially for Eleanor and her brother. These Stuck On You Lunch Packs were received with so much delight and had to be taken with us on every single adventure. You know how it goes. Meanwhile we parents are conscientiously tracking the items every.single.move, lest this favourite belonging should ever become misplaced. And kind of living in fear of that frightful possibility, just a little bit ;-).
So, with that diligence known only to a toddler and her parent, these beloved items have been toted along to all of our extra-curricular activities, and you know, we are very busy folk indeed.
Don't drop Eleanor's drink bottle Son! Not if you value your life!
I am sure that by now you are feeling incredibly envious of our intrepid and action packed lifestyle, but, in at least one aspect you may emulate us. I am hereby offering to one awesome reader, the opportunity to win a most bodacious Stuck On You Lunch Pack, for your very own. The pack includes one personalised drink bottle and a personalised kids lunch box. Yippee! We love ours. As you can see. Almost part of the family now, really...
First off, creating this series of photos was beyond fun. Eleanor was hysterical, and so willing to ham it up for the camera. It made me feel even more glad that she had received these items in the mail, the perfect reward for being my silly comedian. And speaking of rewards, Stuck On You also sent me a Reward Chart to use with Eleanor, and it is so great! I'm just a tiny bit obsessed with it, and have a whole separate post planned to explain our little reward scheme, and... oh, you'll see!
The review bit: In a practical sense, these items are great! Very sturdy, well-made, and usable for the little folk. The kids Lunch box is nice and easy to wipe clean, and is made from durable poly-canvas (school bag material). The drink bottle is stainless steel and BPA free, perfect for keeping in the car for journeys away from home.
In a frivolous sense, there is always something a bit magic about having your own name on something, and that magic exists not only for the small humans. I got a kick out of seeing our carefully chosen kid's names emblazoned on their Lunch Packs, and felt a little smug about how hard they will now be to lose. Win!
NB: This post is part of a Creative Review challenge. I had SO MUCH FUN putting it together, and I am creating a whole bunch of tutorials for those of you who would like to create similar images of your kiddos. Pre.tty. excited!