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My daughter started kindergarten this year, and I am sending her breakfast and lunch with her to school, everyday. I love browsing all of my favorite blogs to come up with creative and inspiring lunchbox ideas for her, and am having so much fun creating meals she will enjoy.
One of my friends recommended Wet Ones Singles the other day, because they are single Wet Ones, individually wrapped, and highly convenient for packing in lunchboxes. The individual Wet Ones nest easily inside a lunchbox and help kids clean and de-germ their hands before lunch (and let’s face it, we would all feel a little better knowing that our children’s hands were clean prior to eating!). They also serve to wipe their hands clean after lunch, if you happened to pack them an especially savory, yet messy meal, such as a bbq sandwich.
Wet Ones are great for cleaning messy hands and they kill 99.99% of germs. They also have an Aloe formula that helps keep little hands from becoming dry or irritated, like hand sanitizers. They are also hypoallergenic, which is perfect for my daughter’s sensitive skin. Wet one are America’s #1 hand wipe, so when you buy from them, you know you are buying a product that other moms trust.
I have bought most of my daughter’s lunch supplies from Target. I am amazed at their expansive collection of healthy snacks and treats, and all at great prices. While I was there picking up lunchbox supplies, I found Wet Ones Singles!
There must be a lot of moms out there who have the same idea as me, because it was literally the last one on the shelf! I grabbed it and headed to the register to check out.
I am excited to create some yummy and creative meals throughout this coming year for my little kindergartener, and am glad I know her hands will be clean as she enjoys them!
What meals do you pack for your little ones to take to school?
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