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    Yep.. I make my husbands lunch. He gets meat and salad (baby spinach, 1/2 avocado, mushroom, cheese, egg, cucumber and sometimes onion) I also send a banana, a mandarine and a yoghurt.
    He loves it.
    I make myself a chicken, cheese and lettuce sandwich at the same time.

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    Lol, I ensure that there are frozen meals or leftovers available and DP takes it from there. That being said, he put on a load of washing last night but only because he needed to wash his footy gear for today. Then he only hung his footy gear and kindly left the rest for me to hang (on top of the load of baby stuff I had already done) with an 8 week old baby. So if he wants to play like that he will continue to make his own lunch. :P

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    No. He makes mine! Although this will probably change when I go on maternity leave and I will do his lunch more, when I have the energy!
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    Nope. He has always made his own. Mostly he takes leftovers so not much organisation required.

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    Ha! No.

    If anyone was going to make someone lunch in this house it would be more likely that he would make mine

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    Nope, DP has always made his own lunches. He knows what he feels like from day to day so he makes and packs it himself.

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    No way! DH usually takes leftovers from the previous night's dinner (which I cook) plus extras. It's part of his usual routine to pack his work bag the night before as he leaves home at 3am.

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    Yes i do. It is a money saver and healthier than him buying from the smoko truck. After dinner one of us will put left overs in a container, i will also put a piece of fruit, whatever cake/slice i have made, his coffee cup and drink in his esky bag ready for him to grab on his way out the door at 5am.
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    He mostly packs his own (no microwave or nearby shops) but sometimes I do. Sometimes he packs mine, it just depends on what's happening that evening (we leave too early to do it in the morning), if I'm busy with DS, he will pack, if he is I will pack.

    I used to leave him leftovers for days/ evenings when I was at work and he was home (farm) but he mostly left them and went to his mothers to get fed! I don't bother anymore.

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    I do because he has left overs so I dish out dinner and his lunch at the same time and hand him the container to put in the fridge as we clear up after dinner.

    If I don't I tell him what's in the fridge or he can buy his own or sometimes he comes home for lunch.


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