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Henry's Breakfast - Spring Break

SPRING BREAK! No lunches to pack this week, so I am sharing a week of breakfast inspiration.

Henry's Lunchbox - The Week Before Spring Break

This week, Henry packed three school lunches and purchased one cafeteria lunch. He asked to use his hot Thermos for leftover refried beans on Friday, but did not actually eat any of them.


In case you missed the first post in this school lunch series, you can learn more about our family's lunchbox guidelines here.

DAY 1
DAY 1 - WHAT DID HENRY PACK FOR LUNCH?
Henry purchased a cafeteria lunch with a chicken burger, baked beans, banana, raisins and chocolate milk.

DAY 2

DAY 2 - WHAT DID HENRY PACK FOR LUNCH?
Dried Apricots
Crispy Peas
Korean BBQ Pork Jerky
Strawberry Cereal Bar
Water

DAY 2 - WHAT'S LEFT IN HENRY'S LUNCHBOX

Henry's Lunchbox - Carrot Water?

This week, Henry packed four school lunches and purchased one cafeteria lunch. He was a big fan of the mini-plums we found at our local produce market, selecting them for his lunchbox three days in a row. 

He also tried out an original creation: Carrot Water. On Wednesday, his lunchbox came home without the carrots he had packed. Instead, we found them hiding in his water bottle. He claimed that he wanted to try drinking carrot-flavored water, just as he likes a few drops of lemon juice to make Lemon Water. The next day, he promised not to put them in his water ifhe could pack a dipping sauce for them. When he packed lunch on Friday, he asked if he could put a carrot in his water bottle again and he drank most of it at lunchtime.

In case you missed the first post in this school lunch series, you can learn more about our family's lunchbox guidelines here.

DAY 1
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Feeding Our Family at Disneyland - Rides and Sweets Treats

A Disney trip just isn't complete without a few sugary goodies and we definitely found our share of desserts. I don't talk much about desserts on this blog, but Henry wanted to make sure we included his favorite Disney treats, as well as his top ride recommendations for preschoolers.

Disneyland covers 85 acres and California Adventure is another 72 acres so we were definitely tired at the end of each day. Nana's pedometer showed that we logged 8-10 miles per day. After spending all day walking through the parks, it was enjoyable to end each day with a special sweet. Some we shared, and others Henry got to eat on his own.