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    Default do you make your hubby's lunch for work?

    I do, but only cos I like making my own, so while i'm there I make his too... some girls at the office think im nuts and he should make his himself. I don't see the big deal tho.?

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    I make his whilst i make the kids school lunches.

    I dont see the big deal. He is busy getting ready for work he doesnt have enough time to make his own.




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    No I don't make his lunch.... then again he doesn't make mine I guess if I was already making some sandwiches it wouldn't hurt to make an extra one, but I don't do school lunch yet...

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    No I don't, I don't make school lunches yet though and I wouldn't have a problem making an extra sandwhich or two if I were.
    Not a big deal at all.
    If he were demanding I make his lunch then that would be a whole other issue.

    He mostly takes frozen left over meals like stir fry or pasta so it's pretty easy for him already.

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    Dh just takes leftover dinner everyday, so much easier than making a seperate lunch

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    Haha. I don't make my dh's lunch though just the other day he complained that all his colleagues had their lunch made by their mums or their wives. I told him he was welcome to get his mum to make his lunch anytime.

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    Yep I'm a little embarrassed to say I do. It's my way of sending DP to work each day with a little love. In saying that if I don't make it, there is no issue he is happy to get his own.

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    I do, everyday.
    It's usually while he is cooking dinner or playing with our girls. It's just one more little thing to do that makes things a bit easier. He does more than I do in terms of general upkeep around the house so I don't have any issues with putting together his food for the next day. I actually like doing that for him.


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    Yep I do and will continue to whilst I'm on mat leave. He would rather eat take away than make his own lunch and I'd rather him eat healthy lol. I don't mind making it so its not an issue

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    I make his while I'm doing everyone else's, and I like putting his food together for the day

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