PACKING a lunchbox for your kids that’s both nutritious, affordable and that they’ll actually eat is a challenge at the best of times. Now one mum-of-three has begged other parents to lower the “standard”, claiming a wave of fancy children’s food trends risks making some feel “unloved”. Laura Mazza, a blogger who runs Mum On The Run, has slammed the growing appearance of bento box-style meals featuring low-sugar and organic groceries. In a frustrated post on Facebook, she wrote: “Being a parent in 2020 is some bulls**t, let me tell you.” The mum – who frequently shares the honest reality of motherhood online – continued: “I have spent three hours nay more, looking up bento boxes, protein to carbohydrate to sugar ratios for those little compartments and how to make the food look like a happy koala in a tree, with little love heart toothpicks coming out of it and watermelon shaped love heart eyes to prove to my child he is not unloved. “Because all the other kids have these extravagant lunches and his mother just wants to go back to the good old days of being a parent in ‘91 where she got a soggy tomato sandwich wrapped half… Read full this story
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