My son is the world pickiest eater. It’s horrible to get him to try new foods. I was always told that he would get over it when he started school. He would see the others eating different foods and he would want to eat the foods too. Well that wasn’t the case for my son. He still didn’t want to eat the foods. He started Kindergarten this year. This means he would be gone all day long. In the beginning I gave him a chance to start eating at school, but he was still coming home starving. That’s when I decided that I would have to start sending him to school with sack lunches.
Bryson’s favorite lunch is peanut butter sandwich with yogurt and apples. I wasn’t for sure how I can pack that and have it be good to go when lunch time hit. I didn’t want it to get soggy or gross. If it had a bit different texture to it he wouldn’t eat it. That’s where the Rubbermaid Lunchblox Sandwich kit came handy! It had a different compartment for each food. It had a spot just for the bread, yogurt, peanut butter, and apples. All I had to do was put a plastic spoon in his lunch box and then he could make the sandwich when he was ready to eat it. There was also a blue ice try that kept everything nice and cool. My favorite part was how everything snapped together. It kept it organized and together.
It feels good to me knowing that my son won’t go through his day at school hungry. I know he will eat and he would get fulled. All because of Rubbermaid Lunchblox Sandwich Kit. What would you put in your Sandwich Kit??
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