Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Sick Boys = Late Blog Post

Aiden fell asleep on Connor's floor...
The boys are sick. No sleep, coughing, fever, faucet-like noses and fussiness kind of sick, so my blog and meal plan had a slight change yesterday. I decided to take it easy, and make something that both boys were sure to like. It has been a long couple of days, and even longer nights. I cannot wait until basketball season is over and Dave gets to come home earlier. When you are alone with two sick boys who never sleep, you tend to go a little stir crazy and feel a little drained from that constant attention that needs to be given. I am glad that I can make them feel better, but it is hard when two little boys want all your attention and do not really feel like sharing since they both feel terrible. Send up some prayers that they both feel better soon, and that it does not hit me too hard!

Okay, here are some meals from last week:

Crockpot Honey Garlic Chicken

Cajun Shrimp Pasta

Mozzarella Stuffed Meatball Subs

Sunday Dinner with the Rotter's :)

With homemade raspberry turnovers for dessert! :)

I am happy to report that I have finally started my first sewing project! :) My good friend Andrea gave me a quick tutorial on my sewing machine and now I am on my way to becoming a sewing master! I am hoping to have it done by Aiden's birthday, for which I will be sending out invitations tomorrow!

Meals for this week:

Monday: Grilled Cheese & Applesauce (special order from my sick boys)

Tuesday: Chicken Pot Pie

Wednesday: Slow Cooker Balsamic Chicken (new)

Thursday: Kahlua Pig

Friday: Chorizo Rice Skillet Dinner (new)

Saturday: Loaded Baked Potato Soup in Bread Bowls (new)

Sunday: Super Bowl! I plan on making a variety of things to bring over to the Rotter's house! I will let you know what I decide on next week.

“With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.”
-Eleanor Roosevelt

1 comment:

  1. Please send me your recipes for the crockpot chicken dishes and yay! for Kahlua Pig!! Praying for the boys and that you stay healthy. Love Eleanor Roosevelt!! :)