Have you been counting the days, hours, minutes and nanoseconds until school starts again, too? I’ll still have one at home, so it’s not that huge a freedom for me, but still. Half the freedom. Not that I don’t love spending every precious moment with my darlings, it’s just that… I don’t always love spending every precious moment with my darlings. Plus, she’ll have to learn stuff if she wants to get a job one day. Her dream job is horse-riding princess mermaid. I’m pretty sure they will cover that in 2nd grade.
But there is, truly, a part of me that is sad when it’s schooltime and sad on that first day back. No more lazy mornings and avoiding alarm clocks. I even feel a bit of sympathy for the kid. That time when summer ends and school starts? Ugh. I remember the sorrow. I’ll put some notes in my daughter’s lunch box so she knows I’m thinking about her.
Now this one is just mean:
So if you want to be that clever mom that puts clever notes in their kid’s cleverly packaged lunch, I made it easy for you. To make lunch box stickers, just print out the printable (link below) with a color printer on full-sheet labels. Then either cut out along the lines I provide on the printable or use a 1 3/4 to 2-inch circle punch to cut out the stickers. Find links to supplies below, too. That’s it.
To make it even easier for you, here is what you’ll need:
A few more school-themed ideas for you:
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