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Sunday, December 19, 2010

Lost AND Found


T Man and Little J both keep losing things at school.  So far we have lost 2 lunch boxes, a jacket and who know how many things I am unaware of.  To solve this problem, I am trying out some new labels from Oliver's Labels.

I thought a label was a label to be honest.  One size fits all kind of deal.  I didn't realize there were different labels for clothing, shoes, etc. and various sizes.

I am going to put the clothing labels inside jackets and sweat shirts that are worn most often.  The small labels will be used on lunch boxes and the such.  I am going to use the original (larger) labels on electronics such as my laptop and Nook.


The design I picked is all boy:  Skulls and Crossbones.  I also choose to just get our last name on the labels, so I could use the labels with the entire family and not just one child.

I must say the bright color and high quality of these labels is perfect for two spunky little guys.  I haven't used them long, but I think the labels will serve there purpose well.  The nicest thing about the labels is that I can still place the items in the dishwasher because the label will not fall of.  It is perfectly water proof.

Hopefully, we will have more items found and fewer lost now that both the boys can verify there items.

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