Getting kids to eat their lunches isn't always a walk in the park. Sometimes it requires a certain creativity -- hiding vegetables inside other foodstuffs that may be able to pass for something "unhealthy"; arranging fruits and nuts and raisins into a smiley face or a bunny or a unicorn; and of course -- the lunch note.
Since the dawn of time, parents have been sending their kids off to school with sweet little notes in their lunch sacks. Partly to remind them how much they're loved; partly to entice them to eat what they packed for them. However, nobody -- seriously nobody -- is yet to pack a note as fantastically creative as the ones one father did for his 7-year-old daughter.
Apparently, his daughter never ate her lunch at school -- ever. But then they watched The Avengers together and she loved it, so dad got an idea. He created some comic-esque drawings with what he refers to as his "pitiful art skills", along with a message, reminding his daughter to eat her lunch. The result? She's eaten her food every single day. Nice going, Dad!
What creative things have you done to get your little one to eat?
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