Robin Lunch & Fun Food Friday #7

Apart from Monday, when I was taking part in a blog hop so needed to get my post published, I haven’t posted to the blog this week. I haven’t even turned on the laptop.  I’ve barely looked at my phone, and have spent a fair few of my rare free minutes staring vacantly into space.  Lunches have been made, but I haven’t blogged about them yet.  The reason being that, like a lot of people at this time of year, I am utterly exhausted.

I’m not posting this to beg for sympathy, rather to confirm that I’m only human, just like everyone else.  A lovely follower commented recently on one of my Instagram photos ‘Are you superwoman?’ and I had to laugh.  I may be able to rustle up fun lunches every day, but in other areas of my life, I frequently fall down.  My house currently looks like a toy shop exploded over it, I struggle to keep on top of the endless laundry and every day that I manage to get to school on time feels like a major victory.

So if my blog post are a little infrequent of late, that’s the reason why.  I am most definitely not superwoman, and I’m in desperate need of more sleep!  If only my lovely Small Baby would agree with me on that subject…

Still, as I mentioned above, lunches have still been created on a daily basis, all with a vaguely Christmassy theme to them.  Today’s lunch was quick and simple, my attempt at an edible robin!

In this lunch Small Child had a quesadilla, filled with grated cheddar cheese, sliced German sausage and red pepper pieces.  I cut the cooked quesadilla into a circle, and decorated it with an edible marker pen, a spare German sausage slice and a carrot beak and feet to make a robin. I cut a couple of Christmas trees from the quesadilla offcuts, which I popped under the robin (not shown), and added some pretzel stick ‘branches’ for it to stand on. On the side Small Child had raw organic carrot and red pepper disks, a sliced plum and some red grapes.  I added alphabet picks spelling out ‘ROBIN’ to the fruit.

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Today is Fun Food Friday, just about!  Although there is only an hour or so left of Friday here in the UK, I’ve decided to put the linky up anyway; better late than never and all that! I will leave it open all week so do come back and link up your lovely food related posts.

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Thank you in advance for linking up, I hope you find some fun inspiration!

About Grace

I’m a UK based full time mum to two lovely boys; an energetic 6 year old and a 1 year old, who keep me on my toes! I love being as creative as I can with healthy food, and set up ‘Eats Amazing’ with the aim of sharing ideas and inspiration for children’s lunch boxes and other fun foods.
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8 Responses to Robin Lunch & Fun Food Friday #7

  1. Oh my gosh it’s so cute!!!!

  2. grace says:

    So lovely to read of your normal ness! Have upped the ante with my packed lunches after seeing your instagram pictures (thank you) how old is your babe? My 8 month old is not yet sleeping…….ahhhhh

    • Grace says:

      Thank you :-) Ooooh, I get so excited when I hear I’ve managed to inspired someone! Small Baby will be 6 months at the end of this month, he was sleeping, but now he’s changed his mind… Hope your little one starts letting you sleep soon!

  3. I do like that robin! It’s a tiring time of year – hope you manage to get some rest x

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