A mother loves their children very much and she cares a lot when she raises their children she always makes sure that her child gets everything.
When children start going to school, the mother takes extra care of them.
But, sometimes your love and care become questionable. A protective mother has taken to the internet to ask for advice after her daughter’s kindy teacher told her she was packing ‘too much food’ in her child’s lunchbox.
Explaining the situation in a parenting group on Facebook, the mother said the teacher, who was ‘scary as hell’, approached her and demanded to know why she was packing ‘so much’ for the five-year-old, reports the Daily Mail.
“I explained to her that she’s a fussy kid, so one day she will eat something the next day she will act like its poison and not touch it,” the mum explained.
The lunchbox in question included a wide range of healthy food options, including popcorn, yogurt, fruit, and a protein ball.
“I’m also trying to teach her a variety of foods because all this kid would eat is nuggets and sausages and eggs if I let her.
“She is also very active. So I would think after a huff and puff session she would be feeling hungry,” the mum added.
‘The lunchbox is for lunch and the snack compartments are for her lunch break when she shares with her friends.
‘I do get it’s a lot… not a lot comes back though? Isn’t fed best? Isn’t it best that my daughter possibly shares with a kid whose mum or dad is struggling?
‘This is my first baby in school so yes I am still a newbie here!’
A number of parents told her that sharing shouldn’t be allowed between children at school and she should simply pack what her own child will eat.
Posters were divided in their responses, with some saying it was too much food, and others adding pictures of their own kid’s lunchboxes, agreeing that the amount she had packed was fine.
“11 different types of food does seem a little excessive considering she only has an eating window of about 30 minutes over the course of the whole day,” another wrote.
“This infuriated me! Your child is fed. Whether it’s too much. Whether it’s not enough. Whether it’s packaged. Whether it’s organic. You are sending your child with something. You are trying. You are being a mother. You should NOT be questioned!” one parent wrote.
“Wow if she thinks that’s a lot I must pack for 10,” wrote another.
“I’d tell the teacher to mind her own business,” added a third.
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