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Back to School – College Edition

Welp. It’s done. Both of my college kids are tucked away hours from home on their college campus. (I’m so glad they are together. I know they love each other enough to tattle to Mama if there are any unlawful shenanigans taking place. Right, kids? Right?!)

Jackson leaving for college

My boy was so much simpler to send off. I don’t mean less emotional. I mean his answer to almost every question about preferences was “I don’t care.”

Me: Do you want to take these C.S. Lewis wall quotes you got for your birthday to hang in your dorm room?
Him: I don’t care.

Me: Do you think you’ll need a new pillow?
Him: I don’t care.

Me: Do you want a bed skirt to cover the things you’ll be storing under your bed?
Him: I don’t care.

The girl, on the other hand, had many and sundry opinions about what was necessary for going away for college.

Girls packing Madison

 

Girly suitcases? Yes! Decor and wall hangings? Yes!

Schick Disposable Razors for College

 

And razors must be “the good ones.”

Schick Extreme 3 Razors for college

That meant specifically these pink Schick Extreme 3 razors we picked up at Walmart. (As an added bonus, Schick is giving away 4 prizes of $10,000 each when you post a selfie using #SchickSelfieSweeps! You better believe we are doing this! Somebody has to win, am I right?)

college apartment

We finally got everything unloaded at her “new” apartment, which gave me the distinct feeling I had traveled back in time to 1963.

We unpacked and arranged and decorated and strung up flowery lights above her bed.

Schick disposable razors for college

And here she is in her very own 1963 bathroom with her “must have” disposable razors.

What are your Packing For College “must haves”?

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Schick®. The opinions and text are all mine.

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Free Preschool Printable

I’m trying my hand at something new: Printables

Preschool printable

Here’s a super simple preschool printable I whipped up. Click the link to view and print the pdf. You can hand this to your preschooler when you have a lesson to do with big brother or sister that requires your attention. Pre-readers can follow the simple instructions on this printable to practice their preschool skills without assistance from you.

This is my very first try, but I’ll be making more of these for all ages. Be sure to sign up for my free email newsletter to get more of these free printables delivered to your inbox.

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