Case and point. In the last 15 minutes I have:
Tried to console a very distraught 4 year old little girl about a broken crayon which her 8 year old very artistic brother absolutely had to have because it was "Imperial Blue" and the exact shade he needed to finish his bird drawing and "NO!" another shade of blue from the enormous bucket of crayons wouldn't do and excuse me please but it in fact is not a crayon but a pastel! ..............................
Stopped 3 times to put on baby doll clothes. On the same baby doll.
Tried to reason with a dramatic 6 year old over why it's not the end of the world when someone touches him, looks at him, breathes on him.
Prepared myself for yet another night of over reactive drama and whining about how grosssssss dinner is before they even know what it is.
Tried to take a picture or two of for mentioned dinner when the house we moved into several months ago does not have ONE SINGLE north facing window, or any decent window for food photography for that matter. (note to self, look for new house immediately. post note, be in complete denial that the housing market is yet again rising faster than my strategic abilities allow.)
Exaggerating? Who me? NO. Not this time my friends, not this time. Life as a mom, end of story.
Again, I'm pretty sure I had something very creative or mildly interesting to say in regards to this post 15 minutes ago but alas, you will forgive me as my creativity has been sucked away over the years and replaced with the cutest of cute, adorable, little, needy monsters.
What's the opposite of boring? These super cute snack containers from Planet Box. I. heart. their lunch boxes and so when they offered to send me one of their brand new sectioned snack boxes,
"The Shuttle" with a perfect little dipping container I was waiting by the window for the UPS guy.
This little snack container was much roomier than I imagined and perfect for my portioned, 5 a day small meals. As you can see it held my 'second' lunch quite nicely and I won't even mention the fact that my dear husband swiped it from me the next morning. I did get a nice text message around lunch time about how fantastic my zucchini rolls were. Cudos.
I love Planet Boxes sleek and convenient design and that the magnets were interchangeable. My boys loved this alien one and when mommy wants to take it to work I simply take the magnets off or I can switch them out for one of their other cute magnets. These cute space guys ended up on our fridge.
Back to School Time Already! Time to get a sturdy lunch box that will last through the year!
Planet Box sent me these items, all opinions are my own.