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    Aaaaarrrrrggggghhh

    I went out for an hour at 8am this morning.
    The kids have bfast at 8am (milk at 7am), so DH had to feed them today.

    He gave DS1, 2.5 yrs, 2minute noodles for bfast.

    WTF??????

    I asked him why the heck would he give him 2 min noodles for bfast and his response was 'whats the problem, he ate all of it??' What about the nutritional value of them -- ummmm zero!!

    So *** annoyed. I just want to scream my head off at him!

    When it comes to the kids, how come some men are so unreliable!

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    Sorry but I dont think it is a big deal?? Yes probably not a good choice but he fed them food. Perhaps if you are going to be so worked up over it you should have told him what is suitable for breakfast in your house.

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    Meh, at least he feed him. Just make sure he has lots of fruit for the rest of the day and a good serve of veg for dinner and you'll be right.

    tell your DH to at least put some frozen corn and peas in it next time and you'll feel better

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    Sorry but I think as long as its not everyday, meh! I can't see it being any worse than pancakes nutritional wise.

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    I'd be annoyed but would let it slide.

    Some guys just don't get it, unless you actually teach them and let them learn how to do it the "right" way most will never learn.

    When DH takes DD out they have hot chips for lunch, it annoys me but it's a once off, he is trying and they are having a good day.

    I'd tell not to do it again, what options he has to feed him next time, then drop it.

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    I guess you can make up for it (nutrition) for the rest of the day? What's the big deal, it's better than nothing?
    My kids are having pancakes today not really much nutrition there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bell & Bug View Post
    I guess you can make up for it (nutrition) for the rest of the day?
    My kids are having pancakes not really much nutrition there
    That's right! We have pancakes once a week here! I do add honey instead of sugar but still

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    OP I can totally understand your frustration. I think in the grand scheme of things 2 minute noodles once for brekky isn't a big deal but the fact is it wouldn't have been that hard for your DH to give him something nutritional for the most important meal of the day... Maybe just wait till you calm down a bit and let him know why it made you cranky

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    I don't see it as a big deal really, at least they got fed. It's one meal, you can make up for the lack of nutrition with the rest of the days food.

    I fed DS CoCo Pops this morning, hardly nutritious but at least he ate it. I was suffering from bad MS and it was the only thing in the house that was quick and easy to make.


 

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