Mum distraught after her little boy’s lunchbox is SHAMED by seven-year-olds in his class: ‘Do you think it’s full of fatty food?’
- Mum takes to Facebook after her son’s lunch was shamed by a class mate as fatty
- The lunchboxes had a sandwich, Cheezels, lollies, Oreos, fruit, veg & more inside
- Mandy is worried that she has been packing lunch wrong for her seven year old
- Some parents agreed that the lunch is too sugary and others thought it was fine
A distraught mum has taken to Facebook after her son’s lunchbox was shamed by a seven-year-old in his class for being full of fatty food.
Mum-of-three Mandy, packed two lunchboxes for her son to take to school with a generous variety of sweet and savoury snacks inside.
When her son opened the lunchboxes to find a sandwich, Cheezels, Veggie Straws, lollies, mini Oreos, fruit and cucumber sticks his friend said it was ‘fatty food’.
A distraught mum has taken to Facebook after her son’s lunchbox was shamed by a seven-year-old in his class for being full of fatty food (box one pictured)
The mum is now worried that she has been packing her son’s lunchbox incorrectly each day and has asked for advice from other parents.
‘I’m worried now. He was lunchbox shamed by a seven year old,’ Mandy wrote.
Some parents agreed with seven-year-old school boy and say that they lunchbox is indeed overpacked with too much sugary food.
The mum is now worried that she has been packing her son’s lunchbox wrong each day and has asked for advice from other parents
‘Too much sugar in my opinion, remember sugar makes it harder for kids to concentrate in class,’ a parent wrote.
‘If you want my honest opinion, I think the sweets and the snacks are a bit too much,’ another wrote.
‘Probably few too many sweets and snacks. More protein to keep them full for longer. Maybe a yoghurt if they would eat that,’ a mum suggested.
Some parents agreed with seven-year-old boy and say that they lunchbox is indeed overpacked with too much sugary food and others think it was packed perfectly fine (box two pictured)
Although some parents thought the food Mandy packed was perfectly fine and admitted that their own children would love a lunchbox just like that.
‘Not at all. You need to put in what they will eat. I think it’s fine,’ a mum wrote.
‘This seven-year-old better have a degree in nutrition if you’re considering his advice, kids will eat what they eat and mums know their own kids best,’ another wrote.