I believe that is the biggest problem. Its easy to stop at McDonalds and grab a egg mcmuffin or to order pizza or grab whatever on the way home for supper. Its a matter of planning, if mornings are too rushed, then set a bowl out with cereal in it the night before, pour milk in the morning. Get to bed at a decent time and wake up early enough to get the children and yourself off, its a matter of responsibility and learning how to make nutrition an important part of your family's life. Those types of food may go a long way, however their lives won't, doesn't make sense.Originally Posted by hepcat;3864589;
What amazes me the most about the show, is that they didn't mention that any of the parents were concerned about the food that is being served to the children. I can't imagine my 5 yr old great nephew, getting up, brushing his teeth, getting ready for school, getting on a bus, travelling 30 min's, getting to school, play in the school yard, bell rings, everyone inside, prayers, national anthem whatever, then eat breakfast?