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    A piece of fruit and a yogurt then nothing until dinner at 5.30.

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    I wish we had suitable lunch box left overs for Dsd to eat, instead half eaten sandwiches, warm yoghurt and brown uneaten fruit come home! Not happy about it.

    She gets crackers/yoghurt/cheese and ham for afternoon tea usually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katey4 View Post
    I wish we had suitable lunch box left overs for Dsd to eat, instead half eaten sandwiches, warm yoghurt and brown uneaten fruit come home! Not happy about it.
    That's why I stopped sending those things to school in their lunch boxes, just ended up being wasted! So those are the things I offer them after school. I have had to get more creative with lunch box ideas to make up, I bake/cook and freeze a lot of things

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    Like some of the other pp my kids get lunchbox leftovers, fruit and yoghurt and either juice or milk. If I'm feeling extra nice they can have a biscuit or a packet of chips, that doesn't happen very often though.

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    She finishes off the rest of her lunch box and if there is nothing in there they usually choose to have carrot sticks and either hommus or cream cheese to dip them in. We eat at 5 so there is only about 1.5 hours between getting home from school and dinner.


 

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