Mind you, anything in my cupboards which was coated in chocolate was melting yesterday, so they're better off eaten than spoiled - but I did stick to just one two-finger kit Kat only! And none at all today, just one pack of Baked crisps this morning <yay> but technically they could have been breakfast
It's something I find really hard about being at home all day with the DC - food constantly available and I always seem to be making food/serving snacks, or bloody grocery shopping! Breakfasts, then they want fruit chopping up, then a mid morning snack, then a drink, maybe more fruit, then they're moaning for lunch by 12 sharp, then possibly more fruit, another drink, then a mid afternoon snack, then prep and cook dinner, then they're asking for pudding, another drink, they usually get bored of asking and help themselves to fruit, its just non stop x3 all day long! I don't think they eat for fun and they do seem genuinely hungry, and they're all thin as rakes!
I'm normally out at work, but find it harder when I'm at home at the weekends and in the school holidays. At work (I'm a teacher) I'm happy to get ready, go to work without breakfast, have salad for lunch and not think about food or snacks until dinner time.
The school holidays (and now as I'm signed off work after having had a hip operation) it's a whole different ball-game. The kitchen is just there the whole time. Too easy to just grab something without thinking about it.