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Old 05-18-2009, 08:46 AM   #11
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Re: Packed Lunches for my pre-schooler

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Honestly, I don't sweat the preschool lunches. I don't pack anything that can't sit in their insulated cooler until lunch, and I don't make anything that has to be heated. I make sure they eat a good breakfast and dinner, and a healthy snack when they get home, because they don't eat their lunch half the time. At that age they are so excited about being at school with their friends, they forget to eat. Also, the preschools in our area are required by the state to give midmorning snacks, so often the girls will fill up on the snack at not have much room by lunch. I prefer to make sure they eat the "good stuff" at home where I can control what they eat.
That's so true...she is always saying she ran out of time to eat...but I know she was too busy talking to her friends to eat!

Thanks for the suggestions!

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Old 05-18-2009, 09:36 AM   #12
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What about fruit and yougurt.
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