Bagels have been the stuff of life this entire pregnancy. (Well, baby is 5/8 Jewish by ancestry, although that's not our religious affiliation.) I'm eating as many as 10 per week. I get day-old bagels by the half-dozen and keep them in the refrigerator at work for snacks, with butter. There's a place near work that sells a sandwich of hot turkey, fried egg, cheese, lettuce, and tomato on a bagel for only $4.75, so I get that at least once a week: nice wallop of protein, and because the turkey is hot I don't worry about the lunchmeat listeria thing. I think that will be my lunch today. I think I might go early....
Peanut butter and honey. I just mix it up and eat it off the knife.
Oatmeal with almond butter, coconut oil, sorghum syrup, cinnamon, ginger, and raisins. I can't eat anything this solid for breakfast (only cornflakes, or leftover rice, can be my first meal, and even that is sometimes rejected still) but if I feel too weak to get to work after walking my son to school, I come home for a second breakfast. This also makes a good evening snack.
Fayebond, Panera's cheddar broccoli soup is a main ingredient in my first child! Highly recommended. Maybe if you get the kids their own soup in a bread bowl, you can keep them busy dipping for a long time while you eat.