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Celebrate Back-to-School Season With a Few of Our Fave Finds

It's that time of year when you're gathering all the best products you can find to ready your child for back to school. From fashion to supplies, the list seems like it is ever growing. But never fear! There are ways to get your children excited to get back in the school routine and one of those ways is by making it a celebration!

Making Breakfast Fun:

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Sometimes it's difficult to get your kids fed and out the door in the mornings. You don't want to feed them junk and making a whole breakfast can be daunting. But this nifty little contraption by Whiskware helps you make delicious pancakes in a snap. Shake up the batter and you've got a homemade breakfast in no time.

Making Lunch Fun:

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I found these sandwich cutters and fell in love. I've never met a child who eats a sandwich in its entirety. Every kid HATES crusts and this effectively trims them off while keeping the best parts of the sandwich. It also saves you tons of time. Just press and done! These come in a set of three and are a steal for only $7.95!

New Supplies:

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This edgy lunch box from Paul Frank doubles as a storage container for fresh new school supplies. They've also got cute pens and keyc hains to deck out those brand new backpacks.

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Fashion Finds from Old Navy:

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Everyone feels good in new clothes. This little lady loved these new dresses, shirts, pants, and backpacks available from Old Navy. The details make her feel grown up and the colors and shapes are fun for her age. You can easily pair these dresses with leggings and transition them into fall.

Staying Organized: 

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Nothing is worse than throwing a dirty or wet piece of clothing into your bag only to find it later and that it has contaminated the other things in there. I am obsessed with these organizational bags from Mother Load. They are color coordinated and even have cute little designs that denote what is supposed to go where. The diaper bag has extra padding and they're all machine washable and water resistant.

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Good luck getting organized and we hope these ideas help you have a wonderful start to the school year!

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