Favorite Things, Kidecals
With Ava starting a new year of preschool and Rylan starting daycare, I have frantically been trying to keep all their “school supplies” organized. (How is it possible that such tiny humans require so much stuff?!) And with two kids in school now, having everything labeled will be one of the keys to my sanity staying intact.
That is where Kidecals comes in to play. One of my new favorite things is Kidecals!!! They recently sent me a pack for each child, so I could try it out and share my experience with you!
They offer a variety of waterproof labels that are perfect for labeling the multitude of things that your kids have to bring to school/daycare every day.
Just as their tagline describes, the labels are both versatile and durable. They come in a wide range of sizes and styles, and the labels are also dishwasher and washing machine safe. Another bonus…shipping is always free!
The labels are also super easy to customize with various designs, colors, and options.
I was so excited when our package of labels arrived. They looked fantastic!
Once I was done admiring the pretty labels, it was time to get organized.
They are wonderful for sippy cups, bottles, and water bottles. And because the labels hold up so well in the dishwasher, I also plan on using them for Rylan’s baby food containers in a few months.
Ry’s swaddle blankets and WubbaNub are also ready to go.
And because Ava now has to pack tennis shoes every day for PE class, I slapped some labels on those bad boys as well. They are perfect for the shoes and haven’t budged!
In addition to the personalized name labels, Kidecals also offers allergy alert labels!
Not only are Kidecals’ labels super useful for school and daycare, they would also come in very handy for camps and extracurricular activities. In fact, I know one little ballerina who could use some on her shoes :).
**I received these labels for free in exchange for my honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I truly think my readers would enjoy/find helpful, and the opinions in this post are completely my own.**