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Do you write “love notes” to your family? You will often find me tucking away a cute little note in my son’s lunch box or my husband’s suitcase to remind them just how much I love them and can’t wait to see them again. So when I got a chance to review the Metamorphic Toys Everythingland Mailbox, I knew this would be an easier way to leave those little notes, and also get them involved in writing them as well.

Metamorphic Toys, the maker of Eco-Friendly Educational Art Toys must have been after my heart upon it’s conception. We are a house full of creative souls and unique artists, but we also like to keep things clean and simple too. The Everythingland Mailbox comes bare as can be, a raw and blank canvas of Made in the USA recycled materials. I love how my kids were able to exercise their minds by discussing how we were going to decorate and personalize the mailbox, before ever opening a jar of paint or holding a marker in their hands. They talked about their favorite colors and shapes, and what was going to go where on the mailbox. They even spent a lot of time picking which of the Eco-Art U-Stick’Em’s they were going to use. My 3 and 5 year old didn’t come up with a very cohesive theme, but they did work together and the end product was a creation of their own imaginative minds.

Now, the mailbox sits in the living room, where everyday someone leaves a cute little note of love and appreciation for another member of the family. I am a big fan of “warm fuzzies” and that is what you get when you read a letter or receive a colored picture, that is made especially for you, found in the Family Mailbox.

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Jen

Jen of Mommy Instincts is wife to Todd, who is a lover of all things Ohio State University; mother to Jonah and Lily, writer, reviewer, music lover, researcher, activist, supporter, and so much more. Her day to day consists of getting her first grader to the bus stop on time, playing princesses with a 4 year old prima ballerina, cleaning house, and wrangling the zoo of 1 dog and 3 cats, all with a cup of coffee in one hand and an iPad playing folk rock music on her favorite Spotify radio station in the other. Read articles by Jen →

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Jen of Mommy Instincts is wife to Todd, who is a lover of all things Ohio State University; mother to Jonah and Lily, writer, reviewer, music lover, researcher, activist, supporter, and so much more. Her day to day consists of getting her first grader to the bus stop on time, playing princesses with a 4 year old prima ballerina, cleaning house, and wrangling the zoo of 1 dog and 3 cats, all with a cup of coffee in one hand and an iPad playing folk rock music on her favorite Spotify radio station in the other. Read articles by Jen →

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