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Henry's Lunchbox - A Stomach Bug

Henry only packed 2 days of school lunches this week, and he purchased one hot lunch at school. He came home early from school one day with a stomach bug, so he was limited to juice and popsicles while he recovered. Luckily, he was back to normal before his weekend birthday.

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 chose to order a hot lunch from the school cafeteria. The menu included a chicken burger and oven fries. He also reported that he had two containers of applesauce, "crispy beans" and chocolate milk. He was very excited about the "crispy beans" which I found out were oven-baked chickpeas.
 
DAY 2
 
DAY 2 - WHAT DID HENRY PACK FOR LUNCH?
Sunflower Butter and Raspberry Jam between two Cinnamon Pancakes
Freeze-Dried Mango Slices
Apple Cinnamon Figgy Pop
Oreo Cookie
Water

DAY 2 - WHAT'S LEFT IN HENRY'S LUNCHBOX 
Henry only ate one slice of Mango and the Oreo. Unfortunately, he came home early from school with a stomach bug.

DAY 3
 
DAY 3 - WHAT DID HENRY PACK FOR LUNCH?
Honey Pretzels
Apple slices sprinkled with cinnamon
Miso soup 
Half water / Half cranberry juice

DAY 3 - WHAT'S LEFT IN HENRY'S LUNCHBOX 
Half the Apple slices
Most of the Soup

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