[twitter]A new survey says that making lunch is a downer for Mom, while Dads find it to be no big deal.
Perhaps it’s because moms “usually” have to do the lunches every day. When Dad swoops in once or a twice a week (or month), it’s a fresh and easy task.
In our house, I do the day-to-day dinner making, grocery shopping, and planning. It’s a drag. I’m in a creative rut in planning things that everyone in the house wants to eat.
So I get that working with the limited dietary range of a kid can start to start to wear. The food restrictions schools put (no nuts) on things can cut in to your choice too.
After the jump, how parents split the lunch-making chore and the bad habits that creep in.