Sticky Monkey Labels is an invention by mommies for moms. They are awesome! Stickers or labels that are dishwasher safe, waterproof, microwave safe, freezer safe, and laundry safe. There are so many options to choose from and they sell great packs for daycare, camp, school, etc.
As a mamma who owns her own business, I love supporting other moms when I can. These ladies really did something that we all need for our kiddos from infancy. If you take your kids to daycare or like me they go to the Y and to drop in daycares on a regular basis, all their stuff needs to be labeled. They have a lot of stuff especially when they are young. Binkies, bottles, formula containers, blankets, clothes, shoes, and water bottles. The list goes on and on. On more than one occasion I was returned a water bottle or baby bottle because they had the sticky monkey labels. Since they are dishwasher safe I can still throw the bottles in the wash and not worry that they are going to lose their stickers.
School is coming up soon or if you are in an area where Summer lasts for a bit longer think of camps, daycare even the YMCA child watch. These labels are amazing and stand up the test of time. I don’t drop off my kiddos often but when I do it is a drop off childcare like at the YMCA or in a drop off daycare like Ashley’s Playhouse in Austin, TX. They have lasted bottles that my older boy had and passed down to my little guy.
One thing I love about this company is the number of designs they have to match the unique personality of every child. Even hair and skin color is a consideration. They also have value packs that have a large selection of all kinds of different sizes and combinations. I did that for both boys initially to get to know the different sizes and styles. It is a great way to quickly have enough labels to label everything. On top of labels for things they also have labels for organizing around the house. They have write-on labels and labels that are safe for clothes, safety, and meal labels. They have a little of everything.
Lastly, I believe since they are mamas too and know that when you have multiple kids it is hard to order 3 or 4 or whatever number of everything, they allow you to split up names for labels as well so you save money!