Sweet Stuff: PB Kids Lunchbox

Sweet Stuff: PB Kids Lunchbox

I know, I know, it’s early yet, but I can’t stop thinking about the lunches I’m going to be packing in a few short weeks and whether or not I’ve got the right gear to make it happen. Esme is about to start senior kindergarten, which means she’ll be saying goodbye to our amazing daycare, with its even more amazing cook. She’s been telling me that she wants to make her own school lunches. I don’t know, think I can trust her to keep that promise? I can hear your laughing from here. I’d love to hear how you school lunch veterans make it all happen – how many containers do I need? how many sandwich ideas? and is it all just coming right back home with her every day? I’m kind of freaking out about it.

I’m really liking the look of this Spencer Bento Container from Pottery Barn Kids ($20.97). It’s part of their cute Fairfax and Mackenzie Classic Lunch Bag systems. I love the way it looks like it would keep everything tidy and organized. It’s BPA and phthalate-free and can go into the dishwasher for easy clean up. Now if it just came with a way to cope with the fact that I’ve got a five year old who is going to school! I’d pay so much more for that lunchbox, by the way… 


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