Good morning! I’ve got another full week of lunches and snacks for you to peruse today:
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Wyatt asked me to use the Laptop Lunches box (his all time favorite) to pack his lunch Monday morning so I pulled it off the shelf and filled it with berries, snap peas, letter cookies and a mini bagel with cream cheese. The snap peas were something he agreed to try, but when I opened his lunch box after school they were untouched. Hmph!
Augie had banana chips and cucumbers with hummus for his snack. I packed them in the little car snack boxes.
Tuesday we were running late and I told Wyatt he’d have to eat school lunch. He was not happy about that idea at all though so I told him he could pack his own lunch while I took care of breakfast, Augie’s snack and getting myself ready. This is what he came up with: carrots and black bean dip, letter cookies, berries and turkey meatballs. I think he did a terrific job! (This was packed in a a Laptop Lunches bento box.)
Augie had cucumbers and berries packed in our black polka dot snack box.Â I separated the berries from the cukes with a square silicone cup.
On Wednesday, I used our Yumbox Panino to pack Wyatt’s lunch. He had a sunbutter and jelly sandwich on whole wheat bread, strawberries, golden dewlicious melon (a new variety we were trying) and a few letter cookies.
Augie had strawberries and melon. I packed it in our Steeltainer snack-size box and decorated it with giraffe and bear picks.
Thursday, Wyatt had leftover pasta in our LunchBots thermal jar. I also packed him a side car with a mini banana, strawberries and a small jelly snack from the Asian grocery.
Augie also had a mini banana and some berries along with rosemary raisin crackers. This was packed in our Steeltainer snack-size box.
I think Wyatt’s love for me grew 1000 times bigger when I packed him this lunch: leftover pizza slices, alphabet cookies and strawberries. Easy peasy in an EasyLunchboxes bento box.
Augie had yellow watermelon and cucumbers. My favorite grumpy giraffe pick made another appearance and I also included a sheet of animal baran to separate the melon from the cukes. This was packed in a single layer of our house bento box.
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