A MOTHER was mocked for giving her son TOO much food in his lunchbox.
Her post went viral on Aldi Mums Page in Australia, where she revealed that she usually packs two breads, three snack bars, two bananas, three peaches, grapes, a cucumber, two carrots, cherry tomatoes, cookies, cheese and a nutritious concoction for her teenage son.
Sharing a picture of his big lunch, she wrote: “If I could fit better, I’d be like he never stops eating.”
Other parents commented on the photo, saying the lunch was ‘too much’ and that she was ‘going too far’.
“How many children is this for?” a woman asked, shocked that lunch could only be for a teenager.
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“Healthy options, sure, but that’s still a lot of food,” added another, as lunch provides more than the recommended daily servings of fruit and vegetables.
The mother had to remind her followers that her son is a very active 17-year-old who plays sports and goes to the gym regularly, which means: “He needs a lot of food. eat for fuel.”
Mothers from fellow countrymen with growing sons have supported mothers’ concerns about whether she will feed her overgrown son and demonstrate their loyalty to her. Are not.
“As a mother of three teenage boys, I don’t see anything wrong with this,” another added.
‘I’m so impressed you taught your son some great eating habits,’ another said.
“This is what healthy, active boys for his age eat – you’re a great mom, well done,” one woman commented supportively.
The fellow moms on the post suggested she add some high-protein snacks to her lunchbox like cold cuts or eggs.
While others showed their husbands photos of themselves to gauge how much they ate as teenagers.
They say they usually eat up to eight sandwiches in one sitting, so this mom’s lunchbox is much healthier than their teenage meal.
Many agree that the amount of food that teenagers buy makes them expensive, and ask the question “how can ANYONE be able to afford it?”
Can you finish this lunch?
In addition, a worker at McDonald’s reveals the most complicated menu item that’s ‘bad’ to make.
Meanwhile, a mother reveals that she is being mocked for making her husband lunch every day and saying he’s noisier than their three-year-old child.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/food/16748820/mum-mega-lunchbox-much-food/ A mother shares her views after sharing a photo of a giant boxed lunch she gave her teenage son… is that too much food?