Superheroes & Puzzles

As a former teacher, I think about school a lot. Most of my best and most vivid school memories revolve around elementary school. I really loved those times. I loved that your classroom kind of became your home. In elementary school there was always a special hook or locker to hang your backpack on or that rainbow colored name tag that adorned your desk...those were YOUR places in that classroom. 

I think that love has carried over into adulthood because I love small places that are just mine and I love name tags on everything. So, when StuckOnYou asked to send me a few products for Gunner, I just couldn't say no.

I chose to order a personalized backpack for Gunner and a personalized name puzzle for him. I've found a backpack is so much easier to carry than a diaper bag and Gunner LOVES puzzles...well, taking them apart at least. 

The backpack has been really great and his bag no longer gets confused with others at church. It has plenty of space for diapers, snacks, and a few favorite toys for when we're out and about. Plus, the superhero design is so boy. Sometimes it's hard to find boy items that will transition from baby to toddlerhood but StuckOnYou is full of choices.

The puzzle is just so so adorable. I can't wait to start working on spelling his name with him. But for now, the pieces are usually spread across the floor or worked around in chubby little hands. He rarely gets the pieces in the right place, but he sure looks cute while trying.

If you're in the market for anything personalized for your kiddos -- clothes, toys, food containers, labels -- checking out StuckOnYou is a must! In the coming months Gunner will start attending a Mother's Day Out program and I know I'll be headed back for more personalized things for "school."

Are you like me -- obsessed with labeled and personalized things?
What makes you feel like a space is all your own?

The fine print: All items were provided to me for free in exchange for my review. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.
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