In my opinion, lunch is the most important meal of the day. It fuels our kids through the second half of the day when they are running low on energy and gives them the brain power they need to absorb their ABCs and 123s. Growing up, I was a victim of the brown bag lunch—you know the one! So now,
Have your kids ever found themselves puzzled over identical clothes, lunch boxes or school supplies? Let’s face it, don’t all pencil boxes and jeans jackets look the same? This school year, Mabel’s Labels is taking the guesswork out of knowing whose is whose and letting your kids focus on the important things—school!
We’re wrapping up our #weePLAN series with Savvy Sassy Moms and Weelicious. This week we are featuring five easy recipes for homemade frozen dinners. Here are the go-to recipes for meals in a flash that Weelicious is sharing with us today.
Packing lunches is a balancing act. On the one hand, you want to be the fun mom who provides treats and fancy snacks, but on the other, you need to provide something nutritious. It’s important to give our kids something that can fuel their bodies and mind so they can put their best foot forward in the classroom.
Pull out those backpacks and sharpen your pencils because the kids are heading back to school! In honor of one of our favorite times of year, we’re hosting the ultimate party on Pinterest with Savvy Sassy Moms and Weelicious! Join us on Wednesday, August 27th at 6pm PDT/9pm EDT for a night of Pinterest fun! We’ll be pinning for one
Have you tried out any Weelicious recipes from our #weePLAN series with Savvy Sassy Moms yet? Don’t worry if you missed it because you can still view week one: Pantry Staples and week two: Making Great Leftovers. This week we’re talking about every kid’s favorite time of day—snack time! Prepackaged foods are so easy to purchase and throw in school