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    Banana bread, those savoury rip apart breads from brumbies, make vegemite scroll thingies

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Need~More~Coffee~Please* View Post
    ummm i would be telling him to make breakfast or go hungry .

    otherwise u could chop up some fruit the night before and put in a tub with yoghurt and muslie .

    what are u generally making for him at that stage of the morning ?
    I do tell him to make it, he doesnt care and then i feel bad he goes to work hungry lol - hes not upset at me or anything - he is just being slack!

    He doesnt have time to toast anything etc when he gets to work as he catches public transport and gets there 10 mins before his shift

    I make him poached eggs, toast, bacon and eggs, omelettes, english muffins, crumpets etc

    He is a bit fussy, doesnt like savoury muffins - cheese and bacon rolls is a good idea but not overly healthy. Its so hard to think of healthy stuff he will eat.

    I dont mind making him brekkie but once i get up i then find it hard to go back to sleep and dd sleeps in till around 8:30 - then im on the go for 12 hours till she goes to bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlemissellie View Post
    I do tell him to make it, he doesnt care and then i feel bad he goes to work hungry lol - hes not upset at me or anything - he is just being slack!

    He doesnt have time to toast anything etc when he gets to work as he catches public transport and gets there 10 mins before his shift

    I make him poached eggs, toast, bacon and eggs, omelettes, english muffins, crumpets etc

    He is a bit fussy, doesnt like savoury muffins - cheese and bacon rolls is a good idea but not overly healthy. Its so hard to think of healthy stuff he will eat.

    I dont mind making him brekkie but once i get up i then find it hard to go back to sleep and dd sleeps in till around 8:30 - then im on the go for 12 hours till she goes to bed.
    Wow! My DH gets up and leaves at the same time and he's lucky to get a mumbled goodbye.

    I hope he doesn't see this thread lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpac View Post
    Banana bread, those savoury rip apart breads from brumbies, make vegemite scroll thingies
    Good ideas....thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Wow! My DH gets up and leaves at the same time and he's lucky to get a mumbled goodbye.

    I hope he doesn't see this thread lol.
    He has got it good. A little too good i think hence this thread haha!~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlemissellie View Post
    He has got it good. A little too good i think hence this thread haha!~
    Super good

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    Default Breakfast on the go

    Muesli bread, google it. You can slice it and freeze it.

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    Default Breakfast on the go

    Do you have a sandwich press?

    Premake sandwiches, he can put them in the toaster while getting dressed and eat them on the train.

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    Honestly this is what I think (and please dont get mad), but he is a grown up, not a child. It is your responsibility to make sure your child has a healthy start to the day, but not your responsibility to make sure your husband does too. You dont have to feel guilty if he goes to work hungry. You are much much kinder than I am.

    Stay in bed and get a few extra hours sleep. You'll feel heaps better for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlsRock View Post
    Honestly this is what I think (and please dont get mad), but he is a grown up, not a child. It is your responsibility to make sure your child has a healthy start to the day, but not your responsibility to make sure your husband does too. You dont have to feel guilty if he goes to work hungry. You are much much kinder than I am.

    Stay in bed and get a few extra hours sleep. You'll feel heaps better for it.
    Why would i get mad? I agree with you.

    Im just too kind i guess. I feel like its my responsibility.

    Im trying to save money or i would leave him to it!

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