Meal Planning Week 37 of 52

It’s like nothing ever changed, summer is a distant memory.  I can’t believe it’s only been just over a week since summer vacation ended.  It feels like it was probably a month or so since vacation.  I’m enjoying the routine, the time with my littlest, watching Curious George and making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.  Cleaning the handprints off of the windows and mirrors, shaking the sand out of the back mat.  Baking chocolate chip cookies for my oldest to take to school, practicing words before dinner and reading to both of my babies before bed.  I love being the one that does the school drop off and pick up.  I love being the one that puts L down for his nap.  There are days that the boys drive me crazy and I think I’m going to lose my mind completely but I wouldn’t have it any other way.  I love these little men and this time is just a speck in their whole lives.  There is no place I’d rather be than with them, being their mommy. 
 

Sunday
Turkey Sweet & Sour Meatballs w/ Rice and Coleslaw.  Strawberry Crumble and Whipped Cream for dessert.  The coleslaw recipe is my favourite although, I do half the sugar and it’s still just as tasty.

Monday
Roast chicken w/ baby potatoes, carrots and beets (lots of beets).  Leftover coleslaw.

Tuesday
Spaghetti Puttanesca - I added tuna, black olives, and a touch of cinnamon.  I love it, the boys not so much.

Wednesday
Amazing Indian Dosa

Thursday
Chicken Garden Soup

Friday
Noodles with Beef and Savoy Cabbage - recommended by the CSA where we got the HUGE savoy cabbage from.  I’m not even joking, it’s bigger than my head. 

Saturday
Date night!!!  Our last one was in May so we are super excited even though we are keeping it low key. 

Mmmmm, coffee.

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