My little girl Sophia will be starting nursery at the local primary school this month, she will have to wear a uniform and hopefully, it will get her ready for starting full-time school next year when she is four. She will be going to nursery five mornings a week from 8.40 to 11.40, meaning she is home in time for lunch and then a lazy afternoon at home.
In preparation for Sophia starting nursery we have all of her school things ready, her little uniform, her black patent leather Clarks shoes, her winter coat and a little backpack. One thing that I have not had to buy for her yet though is a lunchbox. As she will only be going to nursery in the mornings and will be home in time for lunch it never crossed my mind to buy her a one just yet.
However, we were recently sent a rather cute guinea pig design Joules lunchbox from House Of Fraser. When it arrived Sophia fell in love with the adorable design and she really enjoys the novelty of eating from a lunch box instead of a plate. It is also really practical as I can make her lunch up before I collect her from nursery and just pop it in the lunchbox ready for her coming home.
The first thing that I noticed when we received the lunchbox was that it was much bigger than the ones that my eldest daughter had in the past. It also comes complete with a handy storage container inside, perfect for keeping sandwiches, salads or cakes squish-free. Priced at £16.95 it is probably slightly more expensive than a regular lunchbox, however, the quality certainly justifies spending that little bit extra money.
Both I and Sophia like this lunch box so much that we will certainly be keeping an eye out for more from the Joules range next year for when she starts proper school. Hopefully, she will enjoy eating her lunch's out of it as much next year as she does at the moment. Joules also do a range of boys lunchboxes too, which I know my son will adore when he is older too.
Available to buy from House Of Fraser online and in stores nationwide.
Disclosure I received this product free of charge for the purpose of this review, however, all opinions are my own.