Working mother strikes back after being brutally cheated by parents because she had given her five-year-old daughter ‘old food’ in her lunch box
- An Australian mother shared photos of her daughter’s three lunch boxes
- She prefers to have three ready at a time so she doesn’t make them every day
- But other parents had difficulty with this approach and said it would be damp
- She defended herself by saying that her child never complained about ‘old’ food
An Australian mother who works full-time has been ruthlessly deceived to organize her daughter’s lunch box three days in advance, with many parents suggesting that the sandwiches would be ‘old and moist’.
The woman placed images of the three colorful lunches in a Facebook group and said that this was how she managed full-time work and was the mother of her girls.
They contain a ham and cheese croissant, pretzels, a sandwich, yogurt, cucumber, chips and a sandwich.
“Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday lunches done for Miss 5,” she recorded the photos, referring to her daughter being in kindergarten.
Lunch box one: The woman placed three images of the three colorful lunches in a Facebook group, in which she said this was how she managed to do full-time work and was a mother to girls
Although she keeps the lunch boxes in the fridge, a number of trolls were willing to be ashamed of her attempts to be organized.
“It doesn’t matter what I have every day, I still get their sandwiches that morning,” a woman said.
‘I often get other things ready the night before, but never their sandwiches. The little one says they’re soft and moist when I put them in the fridge, “another said.
A third added: “Last year I worked 11 hours on some days and then one morning on top of those feeding animals every morning and afternoon, but still managed to pack lunches every morning.”
Lunch box two: Although she keeps the lunch boxes in the fridge, a number of trolls were willing to be ashamed of her attempts to be organized
Instead of staying still, the original poster defended itself by saying that sometimes it only comes home after 6 p.m. and does not have the energy to make a lunch box a day.
“I eat a three-day-old sandwich, my girls never complain and I always check it, don’t be so quick to judge,” she said.
“And all the food stays fresh and I always check it. I feel that some of these people have the impression that I am letting my child eat food that is not good! “
Lunch box three: “I eat a three-day-old sandwich, my girls never complain and I always check it, don’t be so quick to judge,” she said
Some of their daily snacks, such as popcorn and apples, are added in the morning to prevent them from getting moist.
Others agreed that what she did made no difference to what restaurants do to prepare food.
“Your mind would be astonished at how far in advance food was made or how long some food was actually in the cold room before it reached your plate,” a woman said.