This week I learned that a porcelain pedestal sink has nothing on a 3-year-old with liquid soap and a glass soap dispenser. My poor sink is totally cracked and missing a chunk of porcelain. The plumber came today and said that it'll be about $300 to replace it with the same sink.
The moral of this story; do not let your 3-year-old wash his own hands, unless the soap dispenser is plastic. Also, do not jokingly tell your 3-year-old that the money to fix the sink is coming out of his college fund or he will tell his entire karate class.
Now on to this weeks lunches!!
I packed her pierogies, carrots, pumpkin shaped cucumbers, candy corn sugar cookie bar, and a Sistema Twist N' Sip* of water.
She had a Princess Lunch Punch* nutella sandwich, flower cut cucumbers, grapes, applesauce, and a Capri Sun.
I packed her homemade chicken corn chowder, carrots, oyster crackers, and a Hello Kitty Funtainer* of water.
She had a gumball machine shaped nutella sandwich, grapes, applesauce, pretzels, and a Capri Sun.
I packed her a Flower Lunch Punch* nutella sandwich, cheddar chex mix, cucumber flower, applesauce, and a Sistema Twist N' Sip* of water.
The products used in this post are listed below.
The container with green inserts is the Rubbermaid LunchBlox entree with trays*.
The silicone cups are Wilton pastel cupcake liners*.
The clear container with 3 sections is an EasyLunchBox*.
The soup container is a Thermos Food Jar*.
I'll Be Linking Up At These Parties!