|They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day but if you have school-age children they may disagree and make an argument for lunch. Lunch is a much anticipated part of every school day and I have to admit most adults feel the same way! You get to kick back, relax and recharge for the rest of the day.
As a parent, you want to make sure that lunch you send your child to school with won’t be quickly traded or, even worse, end up in the trash. My mom thought she could lessen the blow of sliced carrots with the “Have a Good Day! Love, Mom” note on the napkins. Ranch dressing would have worked better.
It can be tricky to pack a lunch that is greeted with a smile and provides your children with the nutrients they need to thrive. This week’s communication serves as a nutritional guide for packing a healthy lunch.