Advanced search

What's for lunch today? Take inspiration from Mumsnetters' tried-and-tested recipes in our Top Bananas! cookbook - now under £10

Find out more

I am such an evil and thoughtless mummy!

(7 Posts)
spagblog Fri 04-Mar-05 18:03:28

I feel so bad! I completely forgot to feed my DS any lunch!
DH came home unexpectedly at lunchtime and I made sandwiches for us all but stuck some babyfood in the microwave to heat for DS.
I just went to heat up DS's evening meal and there was the lunch - still in the microwave (cold of course)
Poor lad.
He is really whingey and it never occurred to me that he might be hungry
Poor poor unloved and unfed boy.

nnosam Fri 04-Mar-05 18:08:29

have no fear, your not the only one who's done that. i have put my ds to bed b4 now and wondered why he keep crying throughout the nite, and then found his tea still in the mic the next morning..

WestCountryLass Fri 04-Mar-05 20:55:53

nutcracker Fri 04-Mar-05 21:00:05

I have forgotten to give Ds breakfast before now. He has it when i come back from the school run, but a couple of times i have come in and got staright on with housework and completely forgot about it.

Bozza Fri 04-Mar-05 21:03:05

I forgot to breastfeed DD about a month ago. I was just going out of the door to work when DH said "have you fed her?". She then had to wait until she got her breakfast at nursery. And was apparently grumpy with it.

Snugs Fri 04-Mar-05 21:03:06

DS2 went without lunch today as well. He fell asleep just before 12 and I didn't want to wake him. When he did wake up he asked to go to Nursery. It was 1.50 and I had been totally oblivious to the time (nursery starts at 1.20). Mad panic to get him ready and take him. Only realised after I got home again that he hadn't had lunch.

Baaaaaaad mummy

Bozza Fri 04-Mar-05 21:12:30

DD did the sleeping at an inconvenient time today as well. so she had lunch in the changing room of the swimming baths. Knew she'd have time to eat a cheese sandwich and a banana while DS was messing.

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, watch threads, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now »

Already registered? Log in with: