See, I loved you SO MUCH I spent an HOUR making your lunches every night.Of course I will then edit this post and delete the fact that I am hoping to use it as Good Parent proo
edit: had to pause to go yell at Ox for singing at the top of his lungs when he's supposed to be sleeping. Just keeping it real.
|. . . an hour later|
- no nuts whatsoever at Little Frog's preschool (I sneak in hummus instead of mayo on sandwiches though. Apparently garbanzo beans constitute a nut in some realms)
- no hummus for Ox (apparently the one serious allergy in his class is garbanzo beans)
- an afternoon snack for kindergarten
- my own neurotic compulsion that they both should have fruit, veggies, a little sugar, something crunchy, and as little plastic as possible at every meal (*have yet to purchase the LunchBot rounds to fulfill my anti-mini tupperware standard).
No bread? Hummus? Mayo? - Ham and cream cheese tortilla wraps.
No carrots? (dang it, this was my veggie/crunchy two-in one!) - just amp up the fruit & veg them at dinner
No lemon juice (crap, can't give 'em apples then, Ox has a loose tooth so I would have to cut them up, hence the lemon juice to keep them pretty) - canned peaches mixed with cut-up strawberries.
Plus Peek-a-Boo packs of mini-marshmallows and (peanuts for Ox, craisins for Little Frog)
I'm done. Time to read (Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield - SO GOOD!)