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Bento Box Lunches For Kids (PHOTOS)

Bento Box Lunches For Kids (PHOTOS)

Commented Aug 2, 2012 at 15:17:43 in Taste

“Oh- and yes, they usually do have ice packs! Once the box is closed up it goes in a bag or is wrapped up in a handkerchief, and most moms include an icepack between the box and the wrapping.

However, when I make my own bento lunches (which I do when I have the time and energy, though minus the cartoon characters!) I never include an icepack and I've never had a problem yet in 5 years. I just don't think rice and veggies go over that quickly.”
Bento Box Lunches For Kids (PHOTOS)

Bento Box Lunches For Kids (PHOTOS)

Commented Aug 2, 2012 at 15:11:28 in Taste

“I work at a Japanese preschool here in the US and our kids lunches really do come out looking almost this cute- but they do take them out of their bags and put them on a designated lunch table as one of their getting ready steps in the morning. It also helps that you traditionally pack bento very tightly so there is no room for anything to shift once it's closed up.

Also, the little plastic animal heads and such are decorative picks- and trust me, even the 3 year olds know better than to eat a toothpick.”

bakingbythebeach on Aug 2, 2012 at 18:17:39

“They are adorable, I love them.  I just have never seen in all my years in public schools seen a lunch box open up and look this neat and just put together.  Didn't mean to sound negative about them.  B”

SianiLane on Aug 2, 2012 at 15:17:43

“Oh- and yes, they usually do have ice packs! Once the box is closed up it goes in a bag or is wrapped up in a handkerchief, and most moms include an icepack between the box and the wrapping.

However, when I make my own bento lunches (which I do when I have the time and energy, though minus the cartoon characters!) I never include an icepack and I've never had a problem yet in 5 years. I just don't think rice and veggies go over that quickly.”
Raising a Son Within the Princess Culture

Raising a Son Within the Princess Culture

Commented Feb 22, 2013 at 10:24:45 in Parents

“This is why she should be showing her son Avatar the Last Airbender instead of princess shows, if they show boys as the enemy! On that show female characters and male characters alike are strong sometimes and weak other times. There are bad male and bad female characters- and more unusually, there are kind, nurturing male characters as well as female characters, something you rarely get to see on TV. Everyone is allowed to fight, and everyone is allowed to cry, and they only character who wears pink can also paralyze you with crazy pressure point kung fu moves. If she doesn't like the messages kids' TV is sending to her son, she's showing him the wrong TV!”