Our kids went back to school today and I’m so sad. I always hate to see summer end. Plus our oldest is a senior in high school so it’s extra hard knowing this is the last year we’ll be seeing him off to school everyday.
And I’m also not good with routine. I love the lazy, spontaneous days of summer. But getting back to the daily grind is happening and I will adjust. I created these lunch box & school notes a few years ago and thought I’d share them again for those of you lucky enough to have little ones to still share them with. They’re great if you want to add a sweet note in your little ones’ lunch boxes or need a note to communicate with teachers. Even though I can’t use these for my older boys, I think I can still slip these lunch box notes into my 12 year old daughter’s lunch without embarrassing her too much. Sadly, I know that won’t last much longer.
It’s nice to include some sweet sentiments in our little ones’ busy lives. I painted a few little watercolor images and used colorful type to make these cheerful note cards.
The lunch box note cards are for those days you just want to give your kiddos a little extra love during their day. The larger note cards are perfect for communicating with teachers or nurses.
Visit my freebies page to print all these free notes. They’re available exclusively as a free download when you subscribe to my blog. If you’re not yet a subscriber, it’s easy to do and you get access to lots of free stuff. Click here to subscribe. There’s a few steps to confirm your subscription so make sure you follow all of them – and then you’ll have access to all my free stuff! If you’re already a subscriber, you should have received an email with a password to access these fun freebies already. If you don’t remember it, just send me a note and I’ll get your going. You can print them onto regular copy paper or a nice heavier card stock. Cut them out and and use as often as needed!
Lunch box notes – add your own personal message and your child will love to get one in their lunch box.
School note cards – perfect for communicating with school administrators, teachers or nurses.
I hope you – and your kids – have a wonderful day. And don’t blink – it really does go by too fast.