Tory Johnson selected Lunchbox Love for Kids on her "Steals and Deals" Good Afternoon America segment. Only five products were chosen for this special back-to-school edition of "Steals and Deals" and we were so proud to be part of it!
Judi Willard, licensed psychotherapist and co-founder of Say Please, was honored to be a guest writer on TODAY Moms. In response to the viral video in which an autistic student was verbally abused by a teacher, Judi shares her advice on what to do when you see abnormal behavior in your own children. Check out the whole article here.
Hybrid Her has just announced their picks for the Hybrid Her's Best of 2011 Holiday Guide and we are proud to announce that Lunchbox Love is among the fantastic products chosen. According to Hybrid Her, Lunchbox Love notes "make a great unique gift for the friends and family on your list who are also moms and dads!"
Check out the guide for the details and all other wonderful mom-created products.
Celie McKay, age 4, and her brother Fionn, 2, of Lexington, Ky., get the same thing for lunch almost every day—a note from their mom, Liz Swanson. Ms. Swanson keeps it simple. "YOU ARE LOVED," she'll write. Or, in blue crayon, "BLUE!" Sometimes she makes "happy bananas," which are bananas that she decorates with a drawing or googlie-eyed stickers...
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I just wanted to let you know how much my 9 year old daughter loves getting these in her lunchbox everyday! I had bought volume 1 from Walgreens ages ago but just recently started using them. When I ran out of the cards I googled "fun facts for Kids" and started making my own. After the first day of using my own homemade card, my daughter tells me that she liked the Lunchbox Love cards MUCH better than mine!
I wanted to say thank you for such great service, and the cards are PERFECT! This is one of the coolest ideas Ive seen, and everything truly is great quality- the cards, packaging, everything. Thank you again!
A portion of Say Please's profits are used to help feed children around the world.
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As Heard On VickyandJen.com
Welcome to part 1 of a podcast interview with Judi Willard, co-creator of SayPlease.com called Spreading the Love, where positive words can change someone’s day, a life, and eventually the world. This segment is all about Lunchbox Love's, mission and start up, the women behind the company, their charity efforts and how it makes a difference to families.
Welcome to part 2 of the series, The Power of Words, where we discuss the power of words today and how Lunchbox Love® can help families build and nurture strong, healthy relationships.
Welcome to part 3 of the series, Making a Difference, where we continue our fun chat about Lunchbox Love notes and how they make a difference in the lives of others. We share simple and creative ways to use the cards that will brighten someone’s day.
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A Little Lunchbox Love
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