Another Happy Homemaker Moment

I hate when I have them.

I’m really enjoying making Tornado E lunches for school.  I bake a dessert every weekend.  I bought little boxes and containers, even finding a few with cute animal faces.  I cut out sandwiches with cookie cutters.  I’m still searching for unique and fun menus.  I make him a little note with stickers.  Everything fits in his awesome metal pirate lunch box.

It’s all very cute and lovely.

Then last night as I finished humming and building a lunch, I thought, “I wish The Husband went to work, and I could make his lunches too.”

AND I could make his lunches too.

Does this mean I have to give up my feminist card?  And forget the secret handshake?  And break all my Ani DiFranco cds?  And burn my “God’s a girl and she’s cute” shirt?

Maybe I just need a stiff drink.

6 Responses to “Another Happy Homemaker Moment”

  1. TheKitchenWitch Says:

    Clearly, you need an intervention. I make my husband’s lunch every day and I loathe it. I loathe making Miss D.’s lunch, too.

  2. Fie Upon This Quiet Life Says:

    If your hubby works from home, you can still make him a lunch.

    But, yeah, you need an intervention. You’re suspended from being a feminist. 😉 (I have on my FB page description that I’m a feminist who dares to love men. But you know what? I don’t love them enough to make cutesy lunches. haha)

  3. jc Says:

    I’m putting a lock on the oven. And if you even think about shaving your legs, we’re done.

  4. Gibby Says:

    This year I have to pack two lunches everyday, and I HATE it! This one can’t have this because of a classroom allergy, this one can’t have that, this one doesn’t like jelly, that one insists on the iCarly water bottle and NOTHING ELSE….


    (Can you come over?)

  5. zeemaid Says:

    Definitely! My husband does go out to work and I sOOOOO do not make his lunches. Would you believe some times his mother does? I’m not kidding.

  6. incognitomom Says:

    I hate making lunches so more power to you! But um, wanting to make your husband’s lunch … yeah, pour yourself that stiff drink. In fact, make it a double.

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