My four year-old daughter has epilepsy, which is something I write about here fairly often. I have shared how she has already been the target of taunting on the playground - in preschool. I fear it is just the beginning.
And while I know I can't shield my child from the hurt others may cause her, I hope one of the ways I can help her deal with life's disappointments is by knowing she is special and loved just as she is. I believe Lunchbox Love® can support me as I work to achieve that.
The concept behind Lunchbox Love® is "the idea of communicating to our kids that we love, respect, and honor them. This is the kind of daily reminder that is the perfect way to bring positive messaging into our children’s lives and those we love, especially when we cannot be there."
Can you see why I was so thrilled to be named to the Mom Panel? Shortly after I was, I received a sample of the product. And it is so incredibly awesome!
For the purposes of my review, I asked the company to send me cards appropriate for beginning readers. SB is four and a half, and about to enter voluntary pre-kindergarten. So I needed cards I could use for her.
The company has a wide variety of cards, including sets specifically designed for tweens and teens:
There are even cards for spouses, friends and more, so you can share love notes in a number of ways. It's so cool! Here are my thoughts on the sets I received:
Disclaimer: As a member of the Lunchbox Love® Mom Panel, I am compensated for promoting the company in a variety of ways, including writing sponsored posts like this one.