Tuesday, February 26, 2013

#WordlessWednesday ~ Kid's Lunch



Little One's school doesn't have a lunch break, but two nutritional breaks. The upper part of her bento box has a Vietnamese style salad on rice vermicelli and the lower part of her bento has grapes, sliced pear, sliced orange, and a muffin. She also had a yogourt and a Thermos filled with water to accompany her lunch.

What do your kids like to eat for their school lunches?

Feel free to link up your Wordless Wednesday posts! Ha! Mine's not so "wordless" this week!

24 comments:

Elizabeth FrugalMomEh said...

Can you start packing my "nutritional breaks" for me? Yum!

Christine McN said...

Elizabeth:
LOL! Sure thing! ;)

Tara Robertson said...

wow. My kids have nutritional breaks too but they get stuff like sandwiches and apples or bananas. You are amazing.

Christine McN said...

Tara:
No...No, I'm not! LOL! I give her apples and bananas too, but she (like her mother!!!) isn't much of a bread or sandwich person. Sometimes I wish I could just pack her a sandwich though!! The school has pizza day and Hubby signed up Little One for it so she could have a slice of pizza on Wed with her classmates. Well, like I said, she's not a bread-type person and came home crying "I don't want pizza day! I want Mommy's cooking!" She's only 4 years old, but says she doesn't like greasy or "bready" things. Weird for a JK student??

jessica @peekababy said...

My First grader eats the school lunch every day, because no outside food is allowed in the school.When he was in preschool, his favorite lunch was a whole avocado with dressing with chocolate milk and fruit.
My preschooler? She wants to eat a plain yogurt every day, come hell or high water!
I'd love it if you'd stop by my Wordless Wednesday and link up! http://peekababyny.com/wordlesswednesday/post-2208/#

Masshole Mommy said...

My little guy is a picky eater, so he usually goes with a yogurt or a cheese stick.

Mom vs. the boys said...

she is an adventurous eater! so jealous!

OrangeHeroMama said...

aww! wish you could follow me on instagram! I take pics of tons of food. There's even a pic of one of Orangie's lunches too! :(
(why blackberry?! whyyyyy?! lol)

http://www.homeofohm.com/2013/02/wordlesswednesday-week-1-resultsw-linky.html

Monica said...

Yum, that looks delicious. I would like to have that right now!

Carla WorkingMommyJournal said...

Love the lunch! Wanna make me one - looks delicious! :)

Christine McN said...

Jessica:
Mmm! Love avocado! Little One used to want guacamole all the time. She'd eat it on anything and everything. Sometimes she just wanted guac on toast!

Heading over to your blog now. Thanks so much for popping by, linking up, and commenting :)

Christine McN said...

Masshole Mommy:
Mmm! Yogurt and cheese sticks are some of Little One's faves too!

Christine McN said...

Jen:
Friends and fam say we're lucky. I guess we are. However, she only has two options for meals: Take it or Leave it. Nothing else. LOL!

Christine McN said...

OHM:
Christy! I can follow you on Instagram from my iPod! What's your Instagram name?

Shannon L said...

You are making me crave my old favorite restaurant in Calgary. Best Vietnamese food ever! You are a great lunch creator!

Shayna Murray said...

I wish my mother would have been a little more creative. I hated sandwiches. She packed them every day and every day I gave them away...

Annie Brown said...

Looks yummy... with homeschooling I really miss packing lunches.

Paula Schuck said...

Love the bento box. Where did you buy it?

Paula Schuck said...

Argh! My first comment disappeared. Drat! Anyways I was shaking my head at Annie - I do not enjoy lunches. Did I tell you this story yet? I was super busy valentines day so I asked my kids to make their own lunch. I smartly met them at the door and said show me what you got. Well, one of my wee monsters packed a bag of chocolate chips and a juice box. Can you imagine?? Right back upstairs to the kitchen. Try again! Honestly! Love your bento.

Brandi Yee said...

Ok..seriously Christine...your kid always has THE BEST lunches!! You are one awesome mama! Can you come make our lunches? hehe. You rock! And I love how your little one LOVES so many different types of food :)

Christine Fretwell said...

I so hope I can make such good packed lunches when my kids start school. I also hope they eat them!

Kathryn Lavallee said...

Yummers! My boys are so boring about their lunches; meat sandwiches, fruit cups and granola bars all the way. Sigh!

Little Miss Kate said...

Love those cure lunch containers!

Andreea B said...

hmmm, looks like a good breakfast :). I think I'm hungry.

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