I thought I couldn’t wait for school to start back (just kidding kids) until it did. I had forgotten how hard it was to be in a half a dozen places at once for after school activities. We’re on the go, people. Some days I don’t even know which way is up or which way is down. That’s why I’ve been stocking up on Snack in the Box and Drink in the Box, boxes. They’ve made my life so much easier.
I let the kids decide what to put in their snack boxes and drink boxes, although they usually prefer water before their activities. Sometimes I’ll slip some fruit in the water. I usually have fruits to add to their snack boxes but I’m not above letting them choose cereal sometimes. After they fix their boxes, they head to school and I then put them aside until it’s time to pick them up and take them to their activities. I don’t mind letting them eat and drink in my vehicle with these boxes because they’re practically mess-free.
As a mom, there are certain things I’m sure you’re worried about when it comes to plastic products for your kids. I’m the same way. The first thing I checked with these was to make sure they were PBA free. And they are. Of course, they are reusable so think of all of the cartons and wrappers we’re saving from our landfills by using these boxes. If your kids take their lunch, you really need these products.
Click on any of my links above to head on over and see where you can purchase your own boxes and to learn more about this company and how they got started.
National Children’s Health Month is coming up in October and buying these PBA, eco-friendly, reusable, no mess, food and drink containers, is a great start to making sure your kids are using the healthiest snack and drink options available.
What would you use your Snack in the Box and Drink in the Box for? School? Picnics? After school sports and activities?