Okay so I realize it's not Monday yet, but I'm afraid I'll forget. I found this organizing junkie lady's blog---she has some cool ideas ---who hosts a meal plan Monday thing. So we've already discussed what we plan to eat next week and I want to write it out now. Perhaps you're thinking why on earth should you care what my peeps are eating? Well frankly I don't know but realized I have been anxiously awaiting the menu planning posts of the blogs I read that give meal plans. Since you guys are my friends perhaps you're freakishly interested too! If your not feel free to skip to the end for Reese's news. SO-- Kyle is working either 4pm-4am or 6pm-6am, so he'll only eat one meal at home and even though it will be almost as soon as he wakes up, steel cut oatmeal and blueberries will probably not be enough. So our 2pm-ish meals will be: Monday: Chicken Tetrazini, brussel sprouts or salad Tuesday: Spinach Ravioli with pesto sauce, salad Wednesday: Quesadilla a la Kyle Thursday: Spaghetti and meatballs, salad Friday: Stir fried veggies and brown rice or quinoa and egg rolls (the frozen costco kind--don't want to cross the line into health food zealots you know!) Saturday: Stuffed bell peppers with ground turkey and quinoa (I usually use rice, so this will be a test.) Sunday: Rib-eyes, mashed potatoes with skins, broccoli
Now some ladies have links to the recipes for their meal plans, but I'm not sure how that works...maybe they've previously posted the recipes on their own blog and link to the old post....I'm not sure anyone would actually want one of my recipes, though I assure you they are magnificent! Reese' s Update: Normally we would not have so much pasta in one week, but I have decided it is time to get serious about Reese practicing eating real food. I think pasta could be eaten successfully--by successfully I mean without the turning red, eyes watering, tongue protruding choke that results in projectile vomit--which is our usual grown up food experience. Today Reese had 2 blueberries, each cut into 8 pieces, yes you read that correctly a single tiny blueberry cut into 8 pieces is able to be successfully moved around his mouth by his busy little tongue and swallowed!! Hooray!! He also had some Amylu organic apple-gouda chicken sausage. I cut a coin sized slice (like you would with hot dog), peeled off the tougher outer edge and ripped it into about 10 or 12 microscopic pieces. He LOVED it!! BEGGED for more. (We just got these as an impulse buy from costco and they are delish!) I bought some bananas today that he will attempt to eat for breakfast. I was going to buy some yobaby yogurt but Freddie's didn't have it. So we'll hold off on trying yogurt.
Kyle and I got married March 17, 2006 in Vegas. We had Reese 11 weeks early on February 16, 2007. This blog is all about our juicy scoop. Blog#2 RECIPES: With an eye towards organization I will post my recipes here to eliminate the recipe cards that inevitably stack up in a variety of locations around the kitchen.