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Mum Praised For Her 'Honest' Lunchbox Photo

Lucy Devine

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Mum Praised For Her 'Honest' Lunchbox Photo

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A mum on Facebook has been praised for her 'honest' lunchbox photo after revealing the struggles of finding 'healthy' foods her little one will eat.

Mum-of-two Sarah, from Australia was praised by other parents on social media, after she filled her son's lunchbox up with rice sticks, a sandwich and a pear.

Sarah explained her little one is a fussy eater and prefers more bland foods.

One mum has been praised for her 'simple' lunchbox (Credit: Alamy)
One mum has been praised for her 'simple' lunchbox (Credit: Alamy)

"Yes, I would love to offer my child a smorgasbord of healthy goodies, but I have a fussy eater who prefers simple boring lunches, I pick my battles," said Sarah.

And others found the simplicity of the lunchbox 'relatable' in comparison to some 'elaborate' lunches often shared on social media.

One person wrote: "My son will only have a Vegemite sandwich. There is nothing wrong with simple."

While another said: "I try to keep [school lunches] simple too, I do two fruit, one vegetable and a sandwich."

And a third added: "I have one child that will try anything and another with a texture aversion and likes 'predictable' lunches."

"That is a healthier lunch than you are giving yourself credit for," added a fourth.

The mum was praised for the simple lunch (Credit: Facebook)
The mum was praised for the simple lunch (Credit: Facebook)

In other parenting news, we told you how a woman on Reddit has been urged to dump her partner after revealing the comments he made about her body after giving birth.

The anonymous women recounted an exchange she had with her boyfriend after walking to the fridge. She said he gave her looked at her with "a weird expression and said: "I'm just sitting here thinking 'damn. I picked that.'"

Reddit collectively decided that the boyfriend was in the wrong. One commenter shared: “No offense but this guy sounds like a straight up douche.”

A third wrote: “Men who don't respect pregnancy need to be dumped.”

A woman revealed the awful comments her boyfriend said about her postpartum body (Credit: Alamy)
A woman revealed the awful comments her boyfriend said about her postpartum body (Credit: Alamy)

You can read more on that here.

Topics: Parenting, Life, Food and Drink

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