Aussie daycare offers FREE takeaway for families – leaving thousands of moms stunned
- A daycare has created FOMO among Australian moms with dinner deal
- The center in Geelong, Victoria, offers home-cooked meals to families
- The family meals can be ordered for free at the beginning of the week
Mothers are calling for more daycare centers to provide their families with dinner options so they can play with their kids in the evenings instead of cooking.
The call for take-home dinners comes after an Australian mother revealed that her nursery does just that — at no extra cost.
Amber Paul’s TikTok posts about the free meals from her childcare center in Geelong, Victoria quickly went viral and inspired parents around the world.
Mothers are calling for more daycare centers to provide their families with dinner options so they can play with their kids in the evenings.
It also caused more mothers to question their daycare’s ability to provide hot meals four nights a week.
“Bloody Megan needs to up her game,” said one woman of her child’s educator.
While others said they had lobbied for the caretakers of their children and their partners.
“Time to put Brad to work,” one woman wrote in a post about the free meals.
“Samara goes to the wrong daycare,” one woman wrote while tagging her partner.
Amber, who seemed shocked when her video went viral, also shared samples from the menu, including creamy chicken soup, pasta bake and roast chicken.
Others revealed that their centers make dinners for families, but not all of them do it for free.
“Ours offers them for a very low price,” said one mother.
While some childcare center bosses came in first and tagged their hungriest mommies and daddies.
The call for dinners to take home comes after an Australian mother revealed her nursery is doing just that – at no extra cost
“I thought I’d tag you before any of you saw this to tag me and before you ask… no,” said one woman.
The menu for the week is given to the parents in advance, giving them the option to choose the days, if any, that they would like their dinner prepared for them.
The families of all 120 children in the center are offered the evening meal.
“It’s up to us parents to eat, so we can play with our baby at night instead of cooking,” the mother said.
The center has been called “the holy grail of supportive childcare centers” by the popular blog Mum central.