I have a confession: Sometimes the hubby and I enjoy a “fancy” meal when the kids go to bed. You know how it goes as parents right? Mom prepares a meal that the kiddos are sure to love. Kids decide not to eat said meal and pick at it instead.
I haven’t had an eye exam or purchased a pair of glasses in five years. Five years, is that even a long time? It sure feels awfully negligent of myself, but it is the norm for me. Glasses are expensive, yo!
Sometimes it feels like keeping everyone fed and happy is difficult, but not today. This lunch idea is simple, easy, and utilizes leftovers so it prevents food from being wasted. Plus, it’s cheaper than buying boxed lunches – and healthier!
This week, Juicy has been asking to go do “fun stuff”. We’ve been promising him a park visit, aaand putting it off each day. Thursday came around and after dusk, he asked to go do fun stuff. At that point, we felt like we were neglecting our poor middle child,