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7/20/11 3:49 P

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I usually start lunches at night. I add chips, fruit, etc and put it in fridge. Then in the morning, I added sandwiches.

It's going to be a little different this coming school year from all the past years. My son will be going to high school and will ride the bus. The bus comes after I have to leave for work, so I am not sure how things will go on that end. In the past, I was able to take my daughter to school and my husband took my son. Now, I guess I will just have to wake him up when I leave for work. He will be getting ready for school by himself and I am more than just a little worried. Ahhhh!!!!! In fact, I think I will start a thread about it to see what other parents do.

Olga
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7/19/11 7:04 A

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Do you have a plan in place when your kids start school to have and easier morning routine?

I plan on making most of the lunches for the week on Sunday night so it is just a matter of filling the lunchbox rather than making it on a daily basis.

What other things have worked for you in the past?

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