Back to our regularly scheduled posting...today's bento for my preschooler girl.
We have pizza. Jamie Oliver might be horrified. ;-)
Along with the pizza my little lass has a dish of organic yogurt covered raisins and a piece of fruit leather cut into a puzzle piece shape using The Lunch Punch. On the right side are cucumber and strawberries.
She also had plain, low-fat, non-flavored milk to drink. Much less sugar than fizzy pop. Hopefully that will put me back in Jamie's good graces? :)
And if you don't catch those references it's because you missed Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution series and you need to catch up! :)
April is almost over! And with it, Autism Awareness Month will be over too. Until then you get another autism awareness message from my friend Amy:
"Early intervention (& just understanding!) can greatly improve school performance & life for autistic people and their families. But there is no quick, reliable, standard test for autism now; diagnosis requires observing behavior. The average age of Asperger's (no speech delay) diagnosis is ~7 yrs old & of classic autism.../PDD-NOS is ~3 yrs old (when it's clear toddlers aren't "growing out of" speech/social delays)."
Supplies used to pack this lunch: