I’M HUNGRY! We all get there... but kids seem to get there more often… and then verbalize it into vocal demands... instantly. If you’re like us, you want your people feeding both ways: easy and healthy. Today we are sharing a few thoughts on how we keep our families fed without losing ourselves in the process.
Also we don’t know what Bon Bons are and we can’t decide what’s worse, back sweat or cleavage sweat?
But First, the things that we can’t even
Leanne How to sleep more kids than you have bedrooms
“I can’t even figure out a way to sleep 5 people in 3 rooms in a way that brings about some peace and harmony.”
Jennie Running in Summer
“So I’m back at it, training for a marathon, but It’s like running through waterfalls outside, I can’t even handle it.”
Let’s talk about Food baby, and giving food to babies, and having food babies after thanksgiving dinner… not wait, we are not going to talk about that.
Here is what the government’s Health.gov site has to say about feeding kids between the ages of 4-8.
Leftover Ideas, make yourself a rainbow plate, maybe you can even get your kids on board. If not you will have given yourself energy to chase them around.
Monkey Salad- this is really so easy you don’t neeeeeed a recipe.
The only link you really need here is this one, Jennie is a brilliant food blogger and is great at feeding her family. Check out her blog stat and follow her on all the social things.
What are your tips for keeping people fed all while staying sane? We’d love to hear them over at facebook.com/groups/themomlifecrisis.
You can also submit comments and ideas under the contact page of our online home here.
See you again next week, or rather, talk at you again next week.