Well, we are hanging in there on our Real Food eating plan, thanks in large part to one of my new favorite blogs, 100 Days of Real Food. There is still a LOT more cooking involved, which brings with it a LOT more dish washing and a
bit LOT more complaining about dishes and dishwasher-emptying duty from my kiddos.
I feel good.
My kids are recognizing healthy choices.
I enjoy cooking ; ).
AND, it is now day 15 and we have had ONE tantrum.
(Shouting it from the rooftops, here...)--ONE!!!!!
We have never had a stretch like this in ten years.
Please, keep praying with me that this may be the answer, or at least the beginning of the answer.
I am enjoying my Firefly's company.
We will continue to eat REAL food.
And continue rejoicing, hopefully!
Definitely more on that later...
But on to this week's menu:
Breakfast--Organic Cereals and Milk, Oranges and Bananas
Lunch--Grilled Cheese Sandwiches (with organic sliced cheese, organic whole butter, and on homemade bread--that I bought, not made myself, lol!), pretzels, apple slices
Dinner--Baked Tilapia, Steamed Broccoli, Brown Rice
Breakfast--Pumpkin-Chocolate Chip Muffins
Lunch--Packed sandwiches, baby carrots, and granola bars
Dinner--Fajitas and chips and salsa
Breakfast--Scrambled Eggs and Toast with All-Fruit Jelly
Lunch--Smoothies and Raw Veggies
Dinner--Whole Chicken in the Crock Pot, some kind of steamed veggie from our produce delivery earlier that day, Baked Red Potatoes
Breakfast--Breakfast Cookies, applesauce
Lunch--Sandwiches, Wheat Thins, Raisins
Dinner--Tricky. We are at the soccer field from 3:30 - 8:00 on Thursdays. I'm going to try to wing it...
Breakfast--Cereal and Sliced Fruit
Lunch--Finger Foods (veggies and dip, sliced cheese and crackers, sliced fruit, pretzels)
Leftover Breakfast Items
Do you eat Real Foods? Have you noticed any changes in your home? What are some of your favorite recipes?
I'd love to hear from you...