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    I make the lunches as well. My DH has been great as I have had morning sickness since around week 5 of pregnancy and haven't been up to cooking so he has been taken care of that. It's easy enough to put together some left overs or some soup and rolls etc.

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    Yes I do, I always make extra dinner and freeze meals so he just grabs one on his way out

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    I make hubby's lunches 6 days a week. He gets a meat and salad in a container (ham, grated cheese, grated carrot, beetroot, cos lettuce, hard boiled eggs, corn and a spoonful of pasta salad). Plus he gets an apple and grain waves in a zip lock bag. He has a noodle cup in there just in case but he's on the road all day so unless he goes somewhere with an urn, he doesn't have the noodles. I make Anzac biscuits and muffins and cakes etc and he takes some of those too.

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    DH wishes i made his lunch for work! But in reality it's not practical. He is up at 5 in the morning and I don't get up then. Plus he likes lunches that involve a lot of effort.

    if there are any left overs he may take them. When he is doing a night shift I always make sure I have dinner ready for him to take.

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    Yes I do - I'm making school lunch anyway so it would feel mean not to. Every now and then I tell him to buy lunch (if dd has tuck shop) then I get a break!

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    Unless there is left overs from the night before - nope, DP is a big boy and can organise his own lunch.

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    Nope, I make the kids but not his. He usually takes left overs anyway, so it's no biggie.

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    Yes because he works 4 days on 4 days off. 12 hour night shifts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepouts View Post
    DH wishes i made his lunch for work! But in reality it's not practical. He is up at 5 in the morning and I don't get up then. Plus he likes lunches that involve a lot of effort.

    if there are any left overs he may take them. When he is doing a night shift I always make sure I have dinner ready for him to take.
    My Dh is up 5am too, I prep it all the night before. No way im getting up that early.

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    Nope! He buys his lunch every day, as do I 95% of the time.

    i only read three pages of the thread and it seems we buy lunch more often than most people!


 

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