Happy Boy - Kimi's after dinner dessert - 2 small bananas. He even asked for more but that's quite enough. Kimi is in the loving bananas stage now!
Kimi pointing to a plane taking off
Hi, we are back! First bento after the trip and somehow I feel I've lost touch with packing his bento. But I know with the adrenalin from Disneyland and Mickey, this is what I need to pack for Kimi after such a long break from school. He's been saying he did not want to go to school .... So, I hope Mickey will cheer him a little! :)
But, I must say what an ugly Mickey Mouse I made! I should have given Mickey larger black eyes... Woke up late and was rushing. Must do another cuter one...
But Kimi chuckled happily and said 'Mickey' when I opened his brekkie at school. The rest of the kids were excited too. I packed it in his new Tomica lunch box.
Will update our trip and more bento tools later. I'll be too busy the next few days with laundry - I've got like 5 mountains to clear!!
Anyone wants to volunteer? :)
As Valentine's Day is round the corner, many bento-mummies have been making lovey things for their darlings. This is a quick throw-together lunch. The only effort was shaping the flavoured rice balls into cutesy heart shapes and lightly pan-frying it.
Those little fishes are supposed to be salmon. But it tasted just like fish cakes to me? I oso packed some fresh mango (not shown here) cubes.
After note - Kimi only ate the fishes, none of the rice & edamame and maybe 4 cubes of mango. Don't know what happened to him too.
Actually, not sure this bento looks more like walrus or seal but Kimi was so excited! And that is good enough for me.
Looking back the last few posts, I realised that Kimi has been chomping on cake after cake. But really no choice cos these are what he ONLY wants/likes to eat at this point of time. *faint!* He's not even keen on bread which used to be his favourite.
I'm not about bothered to fight nail & tooth with him. I console myself that some sugar rush in the morning is acceptable. And anyway, he has a rather physical time in the mornings. So, really, like the rest of the world that is asking me to just 'let go'. I also try to let go and not get so uptight with obsessing over feeding him the right foods. Kimi is no doubt 2 already.
Recently, Kimi has been biting his dummy so much so that some days it only lasted a day. I'm lucky if it lasted 5 or more days. Anyway, I bought a dummy shaped in Panda for him and he loves it so much that's it became the theme for today's bento.
The method of using different coloured bread to make shapes was, of course, from Amy's blog!