Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Family Lunches: 4.15.14

The Boy is recovering from being a little under-the-weather this weekend, and yesterday's lunch was too big for him (though he really feels all better, he ended up coming home yesterday because his tummy hurt from the big sandwich.)  He asked for a lighter lunch today, and I obliged.

Roll-up: 4g each (24g total), mandarin oranges: 15g, pretzels: 6g, strawberries: 5g, cheddar penguins: 12g
He has strawberries, mandarin orange slices, cheddar penguin crackers (Price Chopper brand), a couple Spring yogurt pretzels, and a wrap with hummus, ham, romaine lettuce, and Muenster cheese.  He liked the idea of the pinwheels because he can decide before lunch how many he thinks he might want to eat and still get the right amount of insulin. Because they are lower in carbohydrates than the bread, if he only eats half of what he expects to, his insulin dosage shouldn't change.  Oh, the joys of a Type 1 Diabetic child...his snack is a granola bar (not pictured: 34g)

The Girl has strawberries, apple slices, cheddar penguins, a chicken Caesar salad wrap, and a couple Spring yogurt pretzels.  Her snack is a granola bar (not pictured).

My lunch is a chicken Caesar wrap, apple slices, strawberries, cheddar penguins, and carrot slices.

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