That’ll help a bit. Still, groceries aren’t cheap, but I carry on with trying to make the best of it. It helps immensely that my piggy children are all huge fans of rice, beans, and eggs. So glad they’re not demanding!
The menu plan should have gone up yesterday, but there was a technical glich and I didn’t catch it until today! Yesterday was a bit of whirlwind with volunteering and parent/teacher conferences, so I wasn’t as on top of things as I should have been. Sorry!
B–Cereal, Apples, Milk ( before 7:30AM Mass)
Brunch– Ham, Egg, & Cheese on English Muffins, Bananas
D–Sunday Supper at Bama & Papa’s– it was our 13th anniversary! And it was lovely to not have to cook.
B–Jelly Toast w/ Apples, Almonds, Milk
D–Angelhair w/ Meat Sauce, Green Beans
B–Cinnamon Roll Bread, Apples, Milk
D–Chili Macaroni Soup, Garlic Bread w/ Cheese
B–Cereal, Raspberries, Blueberries, Milk
D–Cheesy Beans & Rice <– this wasn’t on the original plan, but I realized that I had SUCH a narrow window to feed them between gymnastics and karate that I wanted something simple that I know they will all eat very well!
B–Eggs, Toast, Apples
D–Rotini w/ Cheese & Spinach
B–Cereal, Apples, Milk (quick & easy because, guess what? I’m working outside the home that day for the first time in, oh, 9 1/2 years!)
D–I have no idea what the kids will be eating– they’re spending the night with my parents while we go out to celebrate our anniversary!
D–Pizza & a Movie Night (moved from Friday night!)
And that should do it! It’s definitely not a complicated plan, but it still sounds tasty to me.