Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Mostly Wordless Wednesday: When 4 year olds pack their own lunchbox


I know the Brita filter seems like an odd choice,
but it fits the school's criteria
of being kosher, dairy and nut-free.



13 comments:

Beth said...

Priceless! It was more than I got for lunch today. Do you think your kid could pack my lunch or would child labor laws prevent that?

Ann's Rants said...

Five-Year-Old is fascinated with Britta as well.

Hilarious.

Stimey said...

Dude, at least there's food in there. You should see what Quinn puts in his lunchbox.

TMCPhoto said...

Britta filter not withstanding I see fruit, some form of dairy. That's not too bad for a four year old, Had that been me at four there would have been cookies, chocolate milk and possibly candy of some sort

Christy said...

I'm impressed by the fruit!

Scottsdale Girl said...

All I see in that picture is WINE

David said...

Polly-o is kosher?

Marinka said...

I think I had the same thing for lunch today.

the mama bird diaries said...

You just never know when you will need a Brita filter.

Lawton said...

I love that in your blog about a 4 year old packing his/her own lunch the lunch bag is propped up against a bottle of wine. "Make your own lunch, kid, Momma's got a brunch date with a cabernet!"

Manic Mommy said...

Tell me that's not a Danimals Crush Cup! My boys have been harassing me to purchase them.

Food specifically designed to spill out of its container? I think not.

Fairlington Blade said...

ROFL! We have 3 1/2 year old twins and also a Brita pitcher. Very funny!

BB

P.S. XOXO right back atcha!

Justice Fergie said...

that could be a hot commodity on the playground. imagine what he could trade that for.