Many parents know the struggle of getting to the end of a long day and having to come up with something to feed their children - often with little thanks, or even tears and tantrums.
If you are feeling overwhelmed - especially while seeing parenting influencers apparently serve up perfectly balanced meals to their little darlings while still looking fresh - one woman's relatable "can't be bothered" dinner for her children is sure to make you feel a little better.
Posting in a parenting Facebook group, the Aussie woman admitted to just putting together a "pick plate" when she can't be bothered slaving away over a hot stove.
She shared an example of the type of nibbles she puts together for her toddler, including cut up fruit, cheese, corn on the cob and some dumplings.
Other parents went on to praise the relatable post, observing that the plate was actually full of the nutrients children need.
"It has fruit, vegetable, dairy and possibly some form of protein in that dim sum," one replied. "It's a balanced meal!"
Another added: "That's a nightly thing for my three-year-old and one-year-old."
The post inspired others to share their own "can't be bothered" dinners.
"My son had peas and corn, homemade sausage rolls and homemade chips," wrote one woman, while another said her five-year-old eats "cheese, bacon and apple nearly every freaking night".
"It's all we can get her to eat. I'm with you, food's food," she added.
It's not the first time an exhausted mum has admitted to not being able to get it all perfect all the time.
Last year one Aussie mum's "realistic" Facebook post went viral, showing what her kids' lunchboxes look like on the days where she's exhausted.
"This is for all the mummas out there who see these posts of amazing, creative and balanced lunches, but are too busy, too tired or too broke to do the same," she wrote on Facebook.
"We all have these days! You know what, my child is fed and at the end of the day, fed is best."