For some reason my oldest son is the most casual about his stuff. When it’s cold in the morning but has warmed up by afternoon you can be sure that he’ll leave his jacket somewhere on the school grounds. The problem with that is that he doesn’t have a jacket to wear the next morning when it’s cold again. One time when he did this I got a spare jacket out of the closet I was holding onto for the next year, let him wear that so he wouldn’t freeze, then he left the new one at school too!
Unfortunately, because we were in our usual morning hurry I didn’t have time to put his name in the new jacket and (surprise, surprise!) he didn’t bring it home either. We got half a day’s use out of NEXT YEAR’S jacket before it disappeared and really it was as much my fault as his because I knew better than to let it leave the house without his name on it. Thank goodness that jacket finally made its way home, later in the week after he finally decided to check the lost and found.
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Disclosure – I was provided with a package of labels from Label Daddy to facilitate this review and they are also providing the gift package described above to the winning reader. I have received no other compensation and all thoughts and opinions are my own.