Menu Plan: A Look at His Heart



I am such a broken record around here lately, with all my, “Gosh, it sure is a busy week!” reports.


I’m not lying– it IS busy. But it’s also very, very good, and I don’t ever want you all to think that I would trade it for anything.


This week, we have the usual suspects for activities, but our Thursday is looking all wonkadoodle, thanks to a follow-up appointment at Yale. We’ll be taking A. in that morning and we’ll, once again, consult with the pediatric cardiologists. Honestly, we anticipate everything looking good. I suspect that the monitor reports won’t reveal anything we don’t already know (i.e. A. has very low blood pressure and his heart rate sometimes drops crazy low, but typically only when he sleeps.) This may or may not be the appointment when they discuss removing the monitor, which will involve another surgery. We appreciate good thoughts if we happen to cross your minds!


In the meantime, here’s the meal plan for the week!


you gotta eat





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

Brunch–Breakfast Skillets (potatoes, broccoli, & egg)

D–Sunday Supper at Bama & Papa’s



B–PB Toast, Blueberries & Yogurt


D–One-Skillet Spaghetti in Meat Sauce



B–Eggs over Rice, Oranges

D–(homemade) Chicken & Broccoli Hot Pockets




B–Honey PB on Pumpernickel, Apples

D–Cheesy Beans & Rice (date night!)




B–Egg & Ham English Muffin Sandwiches

D–Tomato Tortellini Soup, Parmesan Bread




B–Cereal, Pears

D–Lg. Pepperoni Pizza, Med. Goat Cheese and Onion Pizza





D–Battered Chicken, Fried Potatoes, Corn




And that should do it!



Disclosure: The information and yogurt have been provided by General Mills through Platefull Co-Op.
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