Well, I actually didn't stop preparing bento, I still do, everyday, for my hubby's baon in the office. Only that, I make simple bentos na lang so I don't make a blog post about it anymore. If you've, by any chance, read my blog before, you might have stumbled upon a bento post from me since I almost always make a post about it all the time. So, maybe I could just revise the title into "Back to Blogging about Bento" instead, hahaha!
Anyway, since Trev has started schooling two weeks ago, I have opened again my box of bento tools (I have been using only a few for hubby, the rest I kept) and made him daily snack bento for his baon. These aren't actually much as I am not very good at bento-making. But I find it really exciting to be making something new for him daily so even if I'm not good at it, for as long as I know that my son loves it, I'm okay with that! :-P
|Monday: Grapes, vehicle-shaped cheese sandwiches, pinwheels, and oatmeal cookies. |
|Which my son enjoyed during their snack time on his first day at school.|
|He's finished with the grapes here. He's eating the cookies next.|
|Tuesday: Nothing much here as it's almost the same as his baon |
the previous day, except I didn't include pinwheels this time.
|But he still enjoyed it though. :-)|
|He's finished with the two cups already! Getting ready for the cheese sandwiches. |
He loves cheese, just like his Tatay. :-)
|Thursday: Grapes, biscuits, a car-shaped cheese sandwich with oatmeal cookies as wheels. |
He loved the car!
|Friday: Tamagoyaki, grapes, nuggets with smiley face and star-shaped sandwiches.|
Parents are actually encouraged to stay outside while the class is ongoing but on his first day, we were allowed to go in. On his second day, I was only allowed to go in during snack time. Third day onwards, I didn't go inside anymore. Thus, no pictures of him enjoying his snacks here. But I always take a peek at the glass window to see how's he's doing in class. During snack time, I always take a peek, too, and gladly, he's eating his baon happily. I also see him sharing it with his classmates. Good job, baby! :-)
I hope I could make different healthy bentos for him in the future. It's really so much fun preparing baon for him the bento way. If only I could add more bento tools, I would, hihi! I would love to make kyarabens for him next time. I really hope I could because I know he'd love that. :-)