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:

    SOMEONE PLEASE STOP HER NOW!
    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….

    sigh.

    (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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