My attempt to understand: As for the recent days of my middle school first year eldest son starting to make breakfast for me during the long break, I have come to hear things like "What will be good for today?" (Hey are you my new wife?), and after grinning, I wake up late this morning in a hurry to leave, and then while saying "If you just have one bite or something then go!" he comes and tosses a freshly baked hotcake into my mouth and was being a normal mother.
One thing I might be confused about: - for 食べてけば is this a shortened form of 食べて行けば? That was my guess.
Please just see if I got the general idea right (you don't have to translate the whole thing). I'm pretty sure I have most of it right but I might have gotten lost with who was doing what so if you see anything that looks off please point it out.
Link to the tweet is here if any context is needed: https://twitter.com/waruyoiseijin/status/1252532887368286208?s=20
Thanks for any help you can provide!