Menu Plan: Bathroom Reno

 

 

I hope you all had lovely, restful Labor Days!

 

It was nice to have a long, relaxing weekend wtih my people. Well, it wasn’t exactly relaxng for my husband. Have I mentioned that he’s redoing our master bath? He redid our main bath a year ago (with my beloved green accent tiles!!) and he’s reaching the finishing work in our master now. It took a LOT of work, but, between the two baths, it’s saving us well OVER FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS to do it ourselves, so, you know… worth it.

 

(Side note: young/unmarried ladies– while it shouldn’t be your only deciding factor, do not underestimate the value in marrying someone who is handy!! ;) )

 

Anyway, I am completely happy to be in a new month and to have some new food stocked. I didn’t manage to get pics this time because it was HOT and I wanted to get that stuff put up ASAP. I do have receipts, if you’re really burning with curiosity…

 

So, here’s the plan!!

you gotta eat

 

 

 

Sunday: 

B–Cheerios, Clementines, Milk ( before 7:30AM Mass)

Brunch–Pancakes, Sliced Sharp Cheddar, Juice (<– you don’t need “breakfast meat” to round out a meal– cheese is a fabulous, filling stand-in!)

D–Sunday Supper at Bama & Papa’s

 

Monday: (Labor Day– no school)

oatmeal in cup

B–Oatmeal, Yogurt, Milk

L–Bagel Pizzas

pigsinblankets

D–Nachos, Pigs in Blankets, Carrot Sticks– snacky type stuff while we had an epic game night!

 

 

 

Tuesday:

B–Cheerios, Apple Slices, Milk

Slow Cooker Sesame Chicken

D–Sesame Chicken w/ Broccoli & Mushrooms over Rice

 

 

Wednesday: 

B–Pancakes, Grapes, Milk

 

D–Stufffed Turkey Meatballs over Rotini, Green Beans

 

Thursday:

B–Bagels w/ PB, Apples, Milk

D–Cheesy Beans & Rice, Corn

 

Friday:

B–Cereal, Grapes, Milk

Chicken Fajita Pizza

D–Lg. Fajita Pizza, Med. Cheese Pizza

 

Saturday:

B–Eggs & Cheeese on English Muffins, Clementines, Milk

Homemade "SpaghettiOs" with Sliced Franks

D–Homemade SpaghettiOs w/ Franks

 

 

 

And that should do it! What are you eating as we make our way through these final weeks of summer?

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