Happy first Thursday of the month, you guys!
You know what that means...
It's time for The Monthly Meet Up!
Sara from Great Days of Hayes and I will be hosting The Monthly Meet Up the first Thursday of every month. Our party will last all month long, so feel free to keep linking up and be sure to stop by often to see what's new.
Every month we'll have a different theme and the theme for this month is Back to School! All things related to your "Back to School" are welcomed!
So.....do as Sara and I would do - grab some coffee (or some vino *wink*) and party along with us!
Here we go!
Just like anything fun, we've gotta have some rules. Ours are short and sweet:
- Follow us and link back to us! We'd love to connect with you, and you to connect with each other!
- We challenge you - visit, comment and follow at least four other partiers. Are you up for the challenge?
- By posting, you give us permission to feature an image or post on our blog(s). We'll always give you credit and post links back, don't you worry!
Easy enough, right!? So, grab our button, link up, and par-tay!!!
Here we gooooooooo!!!
Henry begins 4 year-old preschool next Wednesday and I'm so excited for him. Now, I know a lot of your kiddos have already started school, but it's never too late to give a gift, take a picture or to get organized. Can I get an Amen?!
Here are some of my favorite back-to-school ideas!
What teacher wouldn't like lip balm? I just think this EOS lip balm gift is total adorbs!
I love this first day of school chalkboard art! Plus, the fact that it's a printable and not actual chalk diminishes my anxiety of having to actually attempt this artwork. It also can't get smeared. Bonus points for that, am.I.right?!
So, I plan to bribe Henry with chocolate ice cream in order to get him to lie down on the driveway so that I can take a super cute photo like this... #kiddingnotkidding
I love, love, loooooove this idea!
Snack organization? Yes, please.
This filing system is exactly what we need. This is a great way to organize all those precious little papers and projects.
Here's another cute idea to perhaps put in the file of organized school papers. I'd help Henry out with this one, of course. ;)
Check out this Rainbow Crayon Organizer - Talk about learning colors and organizing at the same time, eh! It's a win-win, obviously!
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Have a wonderful day and come back again, soon, mmm-kay?! ;)