This post is sponsored by Nature’s Harvest® Bread and Entenmann’s® Little Bites™ Snacks. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Back to school season is a crazy time for us! In addition to the normal craze of back to school shopping, settling into new classrooms and homework routines, our lives are complicated by my girls’ going to two different schools almost an hour apart from each other. It requires a lot of planning and a LOT of flexibility on the part of both of my girls. As an example, most of my older daughter’s homework time is spent in the car, in the early morning or on the way home in the evening.
And sometimes she ends up spending time in my office, if school is out for part of the day but she still has volleyball practice…
With such a crazy back to school schedule, we trying to keep some balance in our lives starting with our diets! We try to make sure that we are packing healthy lunches for all of us – we all need nutritious lunches that are both sensible and fun to help get us through these long busy days! That’s why we are super excited to have found a great whole wheat bread that we all love from Nature’s Harvest Bread! With 14 whole grains, it’s a bread we can feel great about! This is one of my daughter’s favorite lunches – Chicken Curry Salad Sandwiches on Nature’s Harvest Bread, fresh spinach salad, and a sweet treat!
As a student athlete, it’s important for my daughter to have a balanced diet, but I also what her to have some fun with her lunches, so we picked up some Entenmann’s® Little Bites, which make the perfect lunch box companion or after school/ after practice snack. They are a little bit of yumminess and a sweet treat that doesn’t overdo it.
So try some Entenmann’s® Little Bites (we love the Fudge Brownies!) along with Nature’s Harvest Bread in your kiddos’ lunchboxes, and make sure you take a minute to head over to Life of the Lunchbox™ to check out their $10,000 Savings bond sweepstakes! What could be better in a busy mom’s life than making a huge dent in your kids’ college fund!
How do you and your kids handle the back to school transition?