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Meal Plans Week of 6-1-14

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It’s June! It sure feels strange to say that. Back in January when I could barely do more than lay on the couch I thought June would never come. But it’s here…and so is the third trimester!

My daughter’s dance class just ended last night with a great recital. Now we just have four more days of school before it is officially summer break.

This week I have a final gathering for the steering team of my mom’s group. Our local farmer’s market begins!! My daughter has a check up with the allergist. We have a special parent-child program and picnic for the last day of school. I’m also getting my hair cut this week. I really need to figure out what to do with it!

I was able to make a lot of progress in the last few days on moving the last few odds and ends from my son’s room to my daughter’s room. I also washed and put away all of the baby clothes. The nursery is just about complete, aside from reassembling the crib. The kids even made decorations for it this week past week. Next week we get to do the big transition – my little guy moving into a regular bed in the same room as big sister.


I have a fair amount of extra food preparation this week. I have to bring the snack for my daughter’s class this week. I have to bring a dish to pass to our mom’s group (hummus w/ pita and cucumbers) and the school potluck (fruit salad). In addition I would like to make a batch of granola bars. I might make more ice cream and/or yogurt. We still have a lot of rhubarb in the garden, so I need to make something with it. Maybe pie. I have a few other misc. items on my list if time allows.

 I finally got to talk to the nurse about my thyroid results…I have to go in to see the doctor to discuss them. So I have another 2 1/2 weeks until I know more about that.

In the mean time I think it’s time to try taking my daily cod liver oil again for baby’s brain development. I’m also working on eating more seafood. I’ve had salmon four times in the last week! I will do my best to put my feet up a few times a day to help with swelling as well. My legs are already not doing well, and I have 11 1/2 weeks to go.

It’s been nice lately to be able to get a few posts up every week. I love sharing things with you! Hopefully I can get a couple more up this week too.

Here’s what’s on our menu. We had our first salads with spinach from our garden last night. Yum!! What are you eating? Maybe some rhubarb pecan ice cream? Eet smakelijk!



S (church, cut up fruit, make granola bars, make ice cream or  yogurt)
L – cp roasted chicken, potatoes and veggies
D – Italian meatballs over noodles, broccoli

M (cut up fruit, make granola bars, make ice cream, make hummus, MB)
D – sloppy joes, squash, chips (family), at the party (me)

T (library, farmer’s market, make pie?)
D – baked egg puffs, roasted brussels sprouts and cauliflower, muffins or toast

W (allergist, make fruit salad)
D – pan-fried cod, baked potatoes, peas

Th (last day of school party – bring dish to pass)
D – cp pork and beans, rice, spinach salad

F (bake cookies?)
D – pancakes, bacon, broccoli, fruit salad

S (hair cut, shopping)
D – grilled hot dogs, grilled asparagus, baked potato wedges

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