I remember as a young child opening up my lunch each day completely oblivious as to what to expect inside. Sandwich, crackers and cheese, apples or oranges? It didn’t matter much, sure I was always surprised, but what felt the best about lunches? Those days when I’d open my lunch box to find a very special note from my Mommy! She didn’t do it everyday, but on special occasions my eyes would gleam to see and read that message from the one person in my life that loves me more than anyone else on earth.
Fast forward 25 years, with both parents working outside of the home, it leaves very little time to prepare a lunch, let alone take the time to include a personalized note. This is where Lunch Hugs makes our job, of making our kids feel special, a little bit easier. Lunch Hugs is an assortment of special cards, notes and jokes that you can sign and stick into your child’s lunch box as something a little extra to look forward to other than their sandwich. Each set of Lunch Hugs comes with 25 cards, envelopes and stickers.
DD isn’t in school yet, however I am excited to use these for her in the future. I know how important it is to make kids (and adults for that matter) feel special. The concept of putting something in a lunch box, when kids may be feeling down, bullied, scared, nervous, or any other emotion throughout the day when they are away from their security blanket (parents) is genius. This small gesture can be that little reminder and pick me up they need to get them through the rest day.
Although personalized notes are very nice too, I’m sure “I Love you honey” 5 days a week for 40 weeks can get a bit repetitive. Lunch Hugs gives a variety of notes and there is still the opportunity to write something personal as well. The price is right too, only 3.99 for a package of 25!
- 1 lucky reader is going to receive all 7 packs of Lunch Hugs and a decorate yourself lunch box
Open to Canada and US