I'm thinking of having my son take his lunch to preschool this year. I'm not happy with what they serve (things like "chilimac"). They don't serve breakfast, only two snacks and a lunch. I'm thinking that I'll allow snacks (and of course special treats like birthdays and such) but just bring his lunch. I took his lunch at his old daycare but had to lie about it and say he was doing an elimination diet per his doctor (which was partially true but it didn't really need to be done at school). He already drinks soy milk at school, and they're ok with that, I'm just worried that they might not let him take his own lunch. I can get a doctor's not from his doctor saying it's ok, I did at the last school. I'm just wondering if I should tell them it's because I want him to eat healthier or that I want more control over his diet or that it's because of a medical reason like lactose intolerance.Answer Question
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