This post contains advertising content, but opinions are my very own.
Hi there, how are you guys doing this week? I cannot believe Christmas is only 3 days away. With that said, we are only a few more days away from the New Year.
2018 is going to be a big year for us. Isabel is going to start pre-school. Having her away from home for a couple of hours gives me all the feels. Am I prepared for that? Is she going to be okay? Is she going to eat good?
To make sure Isabel will be eating good, I decided to look for a good quality snack/lunchbox. I soon found Planetbox. (Call me a hippie if you want,) I love taking good care of my children’s health and toxin free products are something I am always looking for. Planetbox products are amazing because they are non-toxic, non-leaching, safe from BPA, phthalates, and lead. They also come in three different styles (Shuttle, Rover, and Launch).
We got the Rover lunch box because it is the perfect size for kids, it is divided in small portions, versatile and has two little containers that I love because it means less plastic bags, paper or any type of trash that hurts my heart and conscience.
One of the things that make Planetbox my favorite is because their products are stainless and dishwasher safe. So, after a busy day, I can just put the whole metal lunch box in the dishwasher and not worry about a thing (big plus). I find it very stylish as well. I absolutely love the metal look. It is so modern.
Here is an idea of how I pack Isabel’s lunch:
*If you have a picky toddler like me, you have to be creative, in this lunch box I packed pretty much everything she loves*
Gold fish crackers
Cheddar cheese in cubes
Some fruit (Mango, grapes, orange and/or berries)
I am impressed with our Rover lunchbox and I would totally recommend it if you have preschoolers like me or have kids in general. Although Isa isn’t in school yet, it’s been great for road trips, adventures to the park, and for play date snacks. Even Gregory (my husband) wants a Planetbox of his own.
What do you pack your kid’s lunch?
Thanks for checking in.