Thanks to Kelly at Our Everyday Harvest for the review of our Penguin Backpack. Click here to see the entire review with her great photos – http://www.oureverydayharvest.com/.
I don’t know if it’s just me, but summer seems to be flying by so quickly. I was just at the store the other day and wouldn’t you know it, they had all of their back-to-school items out.… Read the rest >>
Reposted from SaveOnEnergy.com
With summer in full swing, going outside and enjoying Mother Nature with friends or family is at the top of everyone’s to-do list. Planning a fun picnic is a favorite past-time when the weather is nice, but this popular activity can potentially have a big impact on the environment if you’re not careful. Instead of drinking out of disposable cups, using plastic ware or accidentally leaving behind trash (no one wants to be a litter bug), think about ways you can be more eco-friendly the next time you eat outdoors.… Read the rest >>
Having recently visited India where we brought our 11-year-old, we were delighted that he was willing to try so many local foods during our travels. Indian restaurants do a great job of creating food for kids that is both interesting, complex yet without the sometimes overwhelming spice heat that we have come to associate with Indian curries.
When we returned home I was reinspired to break up the monotony of our lunches and since both my son and I carry lunch each day, I was on the hunt for some interesting lunch ideas that would bring back memories of foods we tasted on our adventure abroad. … Read the rest >>
Reposted from Becky at week99er.com
No one every said that your kid’s lunch bag had to be boring, or a paper sack. Instead, they can take a fun eco-friendly lunch bag that helps express their style and one they won’t outgrow quickly. Goonie was sent a Monster Geek Lunch Bag to take with him on the go and to carry snacks and meals with him everywhere.… Read the rest >>
Valentine’s guide for kids
Thank you to #joyceduboise and #womenandtheirpretties for featuring Dabbawalla’s Penguin Backpack in their Kids’ Valentine Gift Guide. Go check it out here – WomenandTheirpretties.net .
‘They are soft, a great size for young children, and absolutely adorable. Load these with some Valentine’s Day gifts for your little loves this year!’
Dabbawalla Bags, based in Seattle, WA, has built a solid reputation in the kid’s marketplace with its eye-popping line of colorful, machine-washable lunch bags and backpacks for little-adventurers-on-the-go.… Read the rest >>