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Many people say that boys are easier to raise than girls. Having 4 boys running around doesn’t make me a believer in that statement. I have two that change their clothes more than I do and two that are so worried about what they are wearing. Sometimes I think the chromosomes took a left hand turn somewhere. They are all definitely like little girls at times but then again, aren’t all men?
Picking backpacks is seriously a chore with them. One wants this and one wants that, I always say that one year I am just going to buy 4 and they get what they get. Of course that never happens because it would just be a lot of complaining. Pick and choose your battles right?
When I learned of Choozepacks, I instantly fell in love. They have an ingenious reversible design! That’s “two” baclpacks for the price of one. When the kids get tired of one side, they can flip it around and have a completely different look. This is also great because it gives the child the option to “chooze” what he or she wants. The padded convertible straps simply flip from side-to-side to provide a different look. It’s simple enough for anyone.
Spencer chose the Strum Choozepack because he said the one side reminded him of a certain 8 pixel game that is all the craze now. They Choozepack also have coordinating lunch bags. I sometimes with that I had a little girl. The girl patterns are so adorable. They do have some cool ones for the boys too. The small Backpack is approximately 14″ Height x 10.5″ Width x 5″ Depth and Large Backpack is approximately 16.5″ Height x 12.5″ Width x 6″ Depth. The Lunchboxes are a good size as well. Measuring Lunchbox is approximately 3″ height x 10″ Width x 7.5′ Depth.
- Net pockets on each side for water bottles
- A very large main pocket
- The smaller front pocket with another zipper pocket inside
I would recommend these to other Mom’s. Spencer has mentioned that some of the children at his school like his backpack. The like that it’s reversible and you can change the look with very little effort.
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