How to Make a Musical Instrument School Lunch

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

How to Make a Musical Instrument School Lunch

Do your kids play a musical instrument? My daughter started out playing the flute in sixth grade, then in seventh grade, she switched to the saxophone. She has been playing it ever since and loves it. In fact, this year as a freshman in high school she started marching band. How come no one told my wife and me that this takes as much of a time commitment as being on the football team? We love watching her play though and now my son is in the sixth grade playing the trumpet. Because of this, I figured it was definitely time to make a musical instrument lunch!

How to Make a Ladybug School Lunch For Your Kids!

Thursday, September 2, 2021

 This is a sponsored post in partnership with Red Sun Farms. All opinions are my own.
How to Make a Ladybug School Lunch!

There aren't many insects as magical as ladybugs. And there isn't anything much more magical at lunchtime than when your kid eats all of the food in their lunchbox. For those of you parents who need a little more magic in your life this school year, this lunch is for you. Not only will your kids love the look and taste of the Red Sun Farms Tomato Ladybugs, but you will love that they are eating their fruits and vegetables!

How to Make a Ladybug School Lunch!

Our family is a huge fan of all of Red Sun Farms delicious tomatoes, but I personally appreciate the convenience of these organic grape tomatoes. We pick them up at our local grocery store and usually have a container open on the countertop. They make for a quick and tasty snack as I'm walking through the kitchen but are also fantastic to easily include in a school lunch like we've done here in this post. There's really no wrong way to use them. So here is how to create this food art ladybug lunch so that your kids can enjoy them at school!
 
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