Mom is ashamed of wrapping rainbow Mickey Mouse grilled cheese sandwich for her four-year-old daughter
Mom is ‘shamed’ by parents for putting ‘rainbow’ Mickey Mouse grilled cheese sandwich in four-year-old daughter’s lunchbox
- Mum puts a grilled cheese sandwich in her four-year-old daughter’s lunchbox
- She used food paint pens to make the Mickey Mouse-shaped ‘rainbow’ toastie
- But after sharing her seemingly innocent post, she was “ shamed ” by other moms
- She hit back, saying, “Why tear someone down to make yourself feel better?”
A mother has been “shamed” by other parents for putting a “rainbow” Mickey Mouse-shaped grilled cheese sandwich in her four-year-old daughter’s lunchbox.
The woman, from Queensland, said she used six coloring pens to create the sandwich in the shape of the iconic Disney character.
“ My four-year-old had a Mickey Mouse rainbow-grilled cheese today … it was fussy, but I don’t think it turned out bad, ” she wrote in a Facebook group.
To make a sandwich, she lined the bread with the colored cheese in the form of separate lines, so that when it is melted, it creates the rainbow effect. From there, she used an edible pen to draw Mickey’s face on the bread.
Cheese and food coloring. I did six colors and just put them in stripes across the bread and put the sandwich in a pan and cooked until melted, ‘she explained.
A mother has been ‘shamed’ by other parents for putting a ‘rainbow’ Mickey Mouse-shaped grilled cheese sandwich in her four-year-old daughter’s lunchbox
But after sharing her seemingly innocent post on social media, she was bombarded with rude comments from other moms.
‘Wow. That is unique. But my two-year-old son could do so much better, ”one woman said, while another added,“ My only concern is, what did you use to draw on the sandwich? ‘
Others couldn’t help but ask the mother, “What food is that?” despite having already explained what she always did to make lunch for her daughter.
However, the mother shot back at the cruel trolls, saying, “I’ve never been ashamed until today. I posted a lunch that I made for my daughter but was told a toddler could do better.
The woman, from Queensland, said she used six coloring pens to create the sandwich in the shape of the iconic Disney character
‘I didn’t claim to be an artist, I ended up here because my four-year-old daughter was a premiere [premature baby] and therefore has nutritional problems.
This is a problem with a lot of groups I’ve noticed, there seems to be a culture of moms to be ashamed of with comments like yours.
“If you can do it better for you, but why would you tear someone down to make yourself feel better?”
Many mothers quickly jumped to her rescue, saying her creation looks ‘great’.
‘It’s cute! You are much more creative than I am. I saw a sandwich and then gave up. ‘
One said, ‘I love the sandwich and it’s much better than anything I could do,’ while another added, ‘Please don’t lose faith and don’t take a few nasty people to heart. My kids would be happy with such a lunch box. ‘