Ah, the weekend! So glad you are here.
High: I went into the office and got a break from the kids. Er…I was able to accomplish work-y things, and feel like a productive adult.
Low: Real food molds too fast.
Breakfast yesterday went as planned.
Lunch was a bit of a sh*t show. I left a bunch of things for the boys to eat, and told the nanny the rules. Again. When I came home, I forgot to ask her what they actually ate. Several of the items I had set aside were left uneaten on the counter. Hmmm. Trevor did have yogurt all over his shirt, so one can assume that he had some yogurt for lunch. When I packed a lunch for me and Dave, I thought that I had packed enough for both of us. Dave saw what I brought, and proceeded to ask me what I would be eating. Sigh. I packed two zucchini muffins, two rice cakes with peanut butter, two string cheeses, a hard boiled egg and a pear. After half of that was gone on Dave’s snack at about 10:30, we decided to head to Whole Foods for other snackables. We settled on a nut mix thing, and some honey sweetened granola after squinting to read the labels on the bulk bins for about 15 minutes. We also got two Lara bars. Those are pretty “YES please” btw! In other news, Dave told me that he would not be eating any rice cakes in the future. Ever. I actually do not mind them, but he could not even choke down the two that I brought.
Dinner was sh*t show part two. The mac and cheese was flavorless. It needed WAY more salt and pepper. Or bacon. We have lots of leftovers. Lucas did not mind it, but Trevor only got a few bites down. They both had avocado, and we made Trevor the ever so popular pb&j. I swear he would live on those if needed.
We rocked a tropical kind of juicy this morning with pineapple, kiwi, oranges and apples. It was SO good.
The boys had banana and oatmeal. After breakfast Trevor and I headed to the local farmers market to replenish our supply of fruits and veggies.
Dave and I had some defrosted chicken enchiladas from the other night. (That night, I made a small, loaf pan size, serving with the remaining ingredients and popped it into the freezer.) The boys had sweet potatoes for lunch with rice and beans.
For dinner, the boys are going to have some steamed broccoli, applesauce, and the rest of the sweet potatoes. The adults are having some sauteed scallops with wild rice and broccoli. Hope it is delish!