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To not sense DS in with sausage rolls?

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WomanEmpire Wed 13-Dec-17 19:54:35

Panicking a little bit! I've been really busy and a bit distracted recently and didn't realise the list of xmas party food had gone up. DS has been told to bring in sausage rolls, I only realised this 10 mins ago and children are in bed, DP out, etc.
We are all pescatarian, so no sausages or sausage rolls in the house, and I have to drop DS to breakfast club as start early tomorrow so won't be able to pick any up on the way AND I feel a bit weird about giving him a party food to take in, which he can't really eat. I've got pastry ingredients, cheese and onion, can I send him in with little cheese and onion puffy roll things?

I'm suffering from quite bad anxiety and PMT ATM and get ridiculously worked up about this kinda thing

WomanEmpire Wed 13-Dec-17 19:55:03

And I meant 'send' hmm

Pikachuwithyourmouthclosed Wed 13-Dec-17 19:55:37

Cheese and onion puff things absolutely FINE.

Florene Wed 13-Dec-17 19:55:40

Yes you can 🧀

GertrudeCB Wed 13-Dec-17 19:56:29

Yes, that's fine.

CoperCabana Wed 13-Dec-17 19:56:39

That would be brilliant! Of course you shouldn’t have to send sausage rolls. Cheese puffy things found perfect.

Taffeta Wed 13-Dec-17 19:56:47

Cheese and onion ones sound yum to me - do children like them? Maybe go light on the onion?

Crumbs1 Wed 13-Dec-17 19:56:51

Absolutely. Most of the food will be wasted anyway.

JontyDoggle37 Wed 13-Dec-17 19:57:31

Yep. No-one gets to dictate you have to bring things your own son can’t eat!

Undies1990 Wed 13-Dec-17 19:58:00

Cheese and onion puffy things sound tasty! Yes, yes, yes - perfect! Sausage rolls are over rated!

Glumglowworm Wed 13-Dec-17 19:58:06

Yes that’s fine

brew it’s really not worth stressing about, you can only do what you can do

SaucyJack Wed 13-Dec-17 19:58:44

Perfectly fine- not least because you don't eat pork.

newnamechange84 Wed 13-Dec-17 19:58:52

They sound lovely BUT in our school we're only allowed to take shop bought food in. I'd check first if you can just in case!

Monstamio Wed 13-Dec-17 19:59:06

Definitely! Sounds delicious. I'm astonished they've asked him to bring a meat based product anyway!

Iamagreyhoundhearmeroar Wed 13-Dec-17 19:59:16

Of course you can.

Felixandtheflippers Wed 13-Dec-17 19:59:17

Do you have anything that you could bring in tomorrow? I don’t think it matters at all, but if you had something then I’m sure it would be greatly appreciated. Children (and their parents!) forget stuff all the time- don’t beat yourself up about it! You won’t be the only one.

RainbowWish Wed 13-Dec-17 19:59:39

You are sending an alternative that is totally fine.
Please don't stress. And well done for your fast thinking.

Felixandtheflippers Wed 13-Dec-17 20:00:18

X posted massively! Cheese things sound great!

Rebeccaslicker Wed 13-Dec-17 20:00:40

I'm v jealous, I'd love a home made cheese and onion pastry right now! I know my nieces and nephew would have loved that as party food. Go for it!

Vitalogy Wed 13-Dec-17 20:01:55

That sound fine OP.

If you're still unsure, could you leave 10 mins earlier in the morning and call in at the local shop, or some Tesco/Asda are open 24/7, of course, depends where you live.

Olivecoloureddonkey Wed 13-Dec-17 20:02:28

They shouldnt ask you to bring food your child cant eat. They obviousky know what the kids can and cant eat so that was a bit insensitive. We dont eat pork and my sons teacher is very good and explains to my son why he cant have something etc. Luckily my son understands so it is easy. But they should be careful. What if he was allergic to the food they had asked to provide. Alternative is fine! Dont beat yourself up over some pastry. Like pp said most will go to waste anyway xx

Vitalogy Wed 13-Dec-17 20:03:56

I'd rather have cheese and onion anyway.

Pengggwn Wed 13-Dec-17 20:03:57

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Booboostwo Wed 13-Dec-17 20:04:47

It should be fine, go with the cheese rolls.

chickenowner Wed 13-Dec-17 20:19:28

Cheese and onion ones will be fine.

In my experience (teacher for nearly 20 years) these type of lists are only used to prevent a class party with 30 bags of crisps and nothing else.
(This happened in my class once, I had to go to the shop at lunchtime and buy bread rolls, cheese etc!)

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