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August 16, 2010

My nephew just picked out this SkipHop zebra lunchbox for preschool and last year I blogged about goodbyn boxes.  However, once I actually saw a goodbyn, it looked enormous!! So, this year my preschooler is using the Garnet Hill Lunch Pack– we have a bugs pattern from last year and it’s great. And my kindergartner is taking along his camo pack which was a birthday gift from a friend.  Love those practical gifts by the way!  If you have any good links for other packs, please leave a comment.  I know these are on the young side, so if you have suggestions for older kids, feel free to add them.

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  1. Amy permalink
    August 17, 2010 9:56 am

    The SkipHop bags are so cute!! Is it wrong that I’m eyeing them for my three-month-old for two years from now? 🙂

    We’ve used the same system for the past two years and will use it again this year–it’s held up really well, too well to have an excuse to get a new one yet.

    We use a Laptop Lunch container (phthalate and BPA free; US made) http://secure.laptoplunches.com/AMAZING/items.asp?Cc=OUTER%5F2%2E0&iTpStatus=0&Tp=&Bc= with containers http://secure.laptoplunches.com/AMAZING/items.asp?Cc=INNER%5F2%2E0&iTpStatus=0&Tp=&Bc= inside a Crocodile Creek bag http://www.amazon.com/Crocodile-Creek-Wild-Animals-Lunchbox/dp/B000K4TRR8 .

    Laptop Lunch also has cute lunch ideas for filling their Bento boxes (although not all of these meals would fly with my son): http://www.laptoplunches.com/ideas.html

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