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02/14/2011

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Sarah Crowder

It's all so sweet and adorable...but my favorite is still pancakes for lunch! Breakfast is totally the best.

Courtney Walsh

Lisa, I just did a post about bento boxes. I'm totally obsessed. There are so many cute things to do!! I have to get some actual boxes, right now my kids are getting theirs in tupperwares and my daughter said "Um, mom, next time you give me a banana, can you wrap it up. Everything in my lunch tasted like banana."

Oops. It's a learning process. Yours are adorable! :)

amanda

Are those bento boxes are something else? Love these btw!

Katie

O my those are so cute. I love them.

Erin

What kind of mold or cutter did you use to cut the heart melons?

meredith

I love the bento box idea - so creative - I posted the valentine one on my blog today!

Aki

Beautiful V's Day ideas! Love your blog!

chloe

Awh! This is so sweet! I am featuring this in a post tomorrow! I linked it to this post!

Denisse Campos

Hi! I work for a French publisher in Quebec, I would love to talk about this on our Valentin's file, but since it's in english I was wondering if I could use one pic and translate a bit and then link to your blog as source?
Please answer at deniskaweb@gmail.com... Thanks!!!

Miriam

id love to get all 100000000 of them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

JDaniel4's Mom

What a wonderful lunch! I would love for you to link this to my Valentine's Traditions link up. It has a food creations section.

Felicia

Who makes the bento box? Where can I get them?

Ludicrous Mama

I like to use the cups sometimes just to help fill the space so that it looks fuller when I only include a small serving of treats. (A single scoop of ice cream on a cone looks just right - plop that in a salad bowl and you're wondering where the rest is! Same concept. I use small dishes/containers for treats, and larger ones for things she doesn't like, so they don't look as full and intimidating to eat through.)

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