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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    http://www.biome.com.au/808-planetbox

    I bought it last September and have been giving him his lunch in it on Saturdays so I could make sure he can open/use it and when they had the getting reading for big school week at pre school last year the teachers said it was great and he ate everything! It is more expensive and apparently at his school they make the kindy kids stay inside and eat their lunch at their desks before going outside to play so I'm hoping it won't get lost!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    Can just chuck a couple of pieces of fruit on top too
    Not my little fuss bum. She only eats 3 fruits - mango, watermelon and strawberry (pear too but she won't bite a whole pear, it has to be cut and peeled) so I need containers that won't leak for transporting pre cut fruit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angels4me View Post
    This is the one I think I'm going to get but geez they are expensive, I'm going to stress that he will lose it.
    None of my kids have ever lost a lunch box (probably cursed myself now!).

    If it didn't fall apart and leak then it's worth it (for me anyway).

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    Default Reveal. ... Your kids lunch box

    My daughter has never lost anything. Going into year 2 this year. But my son starts this year and he will lose everything. I've got several hats and home reading bags for him.

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    Yeh my friends say theirs never lost lunch boxes so I'm hoping to get a few years out of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    My daughter has never lost anything. Going into year 2 this year. But my son starts this year and he will lose everything. I've got several hats and home reading bags for him.
    At least you're realistic.

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    My DDs have never lost a lunch box, but last year the boys decided to kick DD8s around. I had paid about $20 and it broke, I was livid...so I'm just getting cheaper ones now

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    At least you're realistic.
    Such different children, hard to believe they have the same genes

    My son wears glasses and he often can't remember where he put them! I have spare glasses for him as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    I've bought a few as I'm obsessed but the ones he loves and will use is the planet box - it's a stainless steel bento type box with a bag that you can put ice bricks in , this was yesterday's lunch
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    My daughter has never lost anything. Going into year 2 this year. But my son starts this year and he will lose everything. I've got several hats and home reading bags for him.
    DS1 loses everything we have a billion hats and water bottles for him every year but he's never lost a lunch box!
    I also find that as long as things are labelled they usually find their way to lost property.


 

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