4yo ds has to take a snack to kindergarten every day - yesterday I gave him a little tupperware pot with apple slices in it. When I looked in his rucksack, it was still full, so I said "Oh, you didn't eat your apple?" He looked at me and said "I didn't eat the bread, I didn't like it".
Looked in his rucksack and there was another tupperware pot in there with a bit of sandwich - at least a week old and COVERED in mould. I said "You didn't eat any did you?" and he said "I had one bite and it was yucky so I didn't eat any more"
That would have been about 24 hours ago... will he get sick?! I feel terrible!
It was the subject of quite a long thread at the time about whether I should take in fresh sandwiches for him. Because he is a NSB I didn't and he asked whether I was using different bread, because "My sandwiches were interesting"!
I picked up my BIL and SIL when they were at primary school once, they had been given a boiled egg in its shell to take and peel for part of thier lunch but MIL had frgotten to boil it so they had raw eggs in thier lunch boxes.....