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My mom always jokes that the Tupperware cabinet was our favorite toy chest! I can still vividly remember exactly where it was in our house, and nothing in there was off limits. We could use whatever was inside to drum on, chew on, or roll onto the laminate floors in the kitchen. As we got older, we used it to create sandcastles in the sand box, store bugs we caught, and make our own pitchers of kool aid. Tupperware products made life easier for my mom – a mother of four – and it continues to be some of her favorite kitchen staples even now that we are all grown! And I want to pass on those kind of memories to my children too!
When Hilde started crawling, I realized just how not kid friendly my home could be. She couldn’t play with my glass bowls or cups. I didn’t want her pulling out sharp and heavy things from the pantry or cabinets where I had stored them for the last 7 years. I realized we needed to not only move some stuff around, but also get some kid friendly Tupperware to make life easier.
I fell in love with this colorful Serving Center® Set for summer entertaining and adventures. We live right next to a park and frequently load up the stroller for picnic dinners when dad gets off work (we love when the sun stays out later)! The unique design separates and organizes taco fillings, ice cream toppings, fresh fruit and chocolate sauce, fresh vegetables and dip, condiments for cookouts, or whatever you can dream up! My mom also has the same set and puts ice in the seal, then sets the tray on top of that, to keep everything cool for parties. I’ve been doing that as well!
Do you have Tupperware? Or memories of Tupperware? I feel like any of us who grew up in the last 70 years have some memories of it! It felt like every household had a Tupperware pitcher or hand orange juicer (remember that?!) making it easier to make healthy meals for your family! Also, all the drum solos and emptying of the Tupperware cabinets achieved by toddlers! Let me know your memories in the comments below! And make sure you buy some of your own here so we can continue the tradition set by our mothers!