We were sitting around my office desk when the eldest and youngest child decided that Oreos are a must-have product for an emergency food stockpile list
I rolled my eyes.
This is the life of a mom living with a preteen, and two teens.
It’s an eye-rolling, snort laughing event.
So, as we discussed what one should actually have in their emergency food stockpile list, the youngest son kept fighting me on the fact that Birthday Cake Oreos are a total must-have.
Shake my head.
Here is what we’d be living on if we were to shut down and need to eat for a month or more in our house. That is if my 11-year-old son was in charge of our emergency food stockpile list.
If My Son Made an Emergency Food Stockpile List
OREO Birthday Cake Chocolate Sandwich Cookies, 12 – 15.25 oz PacksCheez-It Original Cheese Crackers – School Lunch Food, Baked Snack, Single Serve, 36 Count (1.5 Ounce each), 54 OzMountain Dew Soda, Fridge Pack Bundle, 12 fl oz, 36 CansFruit Roll-Ups Fruit Snacks, Mega Pack – Strawberry – 15 ozBetty Crocker Fruit Snacks, Scooby-Doo Snacks, 30 Pouches, 0.8 oz Each (Pack of 2)Keebler – Scooby-Doo Scooby Snack Graham Cracker Cookies, 1 Ounce Bags (Set of 20)Skittles Original Fruity Candy 54-Ounce Party Size BagBear Naked Fruit & Nut Granola – Non-GMO, Kosher, Vegetarian Friendly – 12 Oz (Pack of 6)