Here is this week’s lunch wrap-up:
I usually go on my big weekly grocery run on Monday or Tuesday morning, so I always feel like I have to hunt for food to send in Wyatt’s lunch box on Monday mornings. But now I’m looking at this lunch and it looks pretty good! I sent a cinnamon bagel with cream cheese, garden tomatoes, deli turkey strips, apple chunks and raisins. This was all packed in the Easy Lunchbox.
Apparently, Wyatt did not think it looked so good because this is how his lunch came home. He ate the bagel, the turkey and one piece of apple, but everything else was untouched. It was still cold when we unpacked it, so Augie ate the rest while Wyatt did his homework.
On Tuesday, Augie had Tuscan melon chunks (very similar to cantaloup), raspberries, garden tomatoes and peanut butter sandwiches cut into flower shapes. I can get away with the flowers with him because at 3 years old he hasn’t been forced into a gender box yet.
Wyatt’s lunch was packed into the Laptop Lunch box: raisins, pretzel thins, raspberries, Tuscan melon and a jelly sandwich on a whole wheat hamburger bun.
Wyatt ate most of this lunch (the most he ate all week!) and all that was left was raisins and a few bits and pieces.
Wednesday was Star Wars lunch day! Augie had Tuscan melon, blueberries, goldfish crackers and Yoda and Darth Vader sandwiches. (Darth is under Yoda in a metaphor for good conquering evil.)
Wyatt had cinnamon pita chips, raisins, blueberries, Tuscan melon and similar Star Wars sandwiches. His lunch was packed in the Easy Lunchbox.
On Thursday, I sent Augie to preschool with chicken shu mai dumplings (from the Trader Joe’s freezer section), two yaki onigiri rice balls (also from TJ’s), blueberries, and goldfish crackers.
I actually had to remake this lunch after I took this picture because I left it on the table for a few minutes while I went to check something on the computer and when I came back Augie had eaten both onigiri and all but one of the dumplings. And he’d already eaten breakfast! I think I need to feed him more.
Wyatt chose to eat school lunch because it was french bread pizza day.
Augie’s lunch was almost exactly the same as what he had the day before. Yaki onigiri, chicken dumplings, grapes and blueberries.
Wyatt had crackers, grapes, blueberries and leftover pizza that I cut up to fit in the Laptop Lunchbox.
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