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    Here are dd and ds lunch bags. I got 2 each after last year's experience where dd didn't close one container properly and leaked tuna oil through her bag so it's good to have a spare!
    For containers I use this style plus other sistema brand containers depending on what they are having.
    I add an ice brick or gel packs to keep things cold.
    Water bottle is a thermos funtainer which is great for keeping drinks cold. I am looking for a different style bottle that is not a straw as it is a pain to clean!
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    Default Reveal. ... Your kids lunch box

    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    Wow at the lunchbox and lunch
    I am over excited as I've only got the one child and he starts school in 10 days so it's all very exciting! DH thinks I'm mad but it gives me something to plan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    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.
    Good to know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    I am over excited as I've only got the one child and he starts school in 10 days so it's all very exciting! DH thinks I'm mad but it gives me something to plan!
    You know what? You should bloomin' well enjoy it and don't ever feel like you have to justify it to anyone. Your kid, their lunchbox, your time.
    I think it's so lovely!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    Wow at the lunchbox and lunch
    Not taking anything away from Ellijahs mum but the presentation makes such a difference to how food looks. My kids do not like fancy food for lunch yet this looks exactly the same as the lunch DD2 took to school every day last year, save for the cheese (she loathes that cheese with the passion of 2000 men).

    Colourful food in bento boxes always looks good. And many schools are nude food schools so no plastic can be sent (or we're encouraged not to). Hence why we use bento boxes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    I am over excited as I've only got the one child and he starts school in 10 days so it's all very exciting! DH thinks I'm mad but it gives me something to plan!
    And so you should. The kids don't like home made food (mainly because they loathe frozen food so would eat a muffin or scroll but only if I got up at the crack of dawn and made a fresh batch daily).

    Cooking for lunches is actually not hard to do. My kids just won't eat it unless it's completely fresh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    I am over excited as I've only got the one child and he starts school in 10 days so it's all very exciting! DH thinks I'm mad but it gives me something to plan!
    I think his lunch and lunchbox look fantastic 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    I am over excited as I've only got the one child and he starts school in 10 days so it's all very exciting! DH thinks I'm mad but it gives me something to plan!
    I can imagine it is an exciting time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    I am over excited as I've only got the one child and he starts school in 10 days so it's all very exciting! DH thinks I'm mad but it gives me something to plan!
    Can you at least start a blog of recipes? Or something similar??

    I've lost count of the number of times I've searched "Bubhub, recipe , Elijahsmum" 😊

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    Ha ha - I am thinking about doing a lunch box blog as most of my friends and SIL want ideas and I do have the time so might look into it

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