The start of the school term is looming ever so closer. GULP!
My little boy will be starting in Reception class. He is oh so excited. I am oh so proud that he feels this way, but with the pang of sadness that only a mama can feel. I will miss you my littlest buddy.
The other day Rufus' school lunch box arrived. I had bought a Goodbyn Original box for Charlie last year and was so impressed with the quality and super ease of it, that buying one for Rufus was the only option.
If you don't know about Goodbyn let me explain.
|Image via www.goodbyn.co.uk|
|image via www.goodbyn.co.uk|
So last school year Charlie had hummus dip, carrot sticks, yoghurt, pasta salad, sandwiches, etc... all in neat containers that kept the food away from the other food. No more sandwiches that taste like bananas. No more smelly lunch boxes that slowly go mouldy because they can't be cleaned properly. The Goodbyn is just emptied and stacked in the dishwasher - easy!
The Goodbyn is sturdy and strong. My two boys tend to drop everything on the way to school and the Goodbyn took all the knocks and tumbles like a pro. And as it's so strong, indestructible and easy to clean it will last throughout their schooling year!
If you can't tell already, I am in LOVE with it.
I am thinking of doing a new series on School Lunches featuring the Goodbyn. So in September expect to see a weekly post round up of what food my boys ate. If Charlie had his way it would be Nutella sandwiches every day! So this is going to be a challenge!
If you have any top tips or recipes I should try in their lunch boxes I would love to hear from you! If you would like to join me in my School Lunches series or would like to buy a Goodbyn you can here.
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