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Menu Plan - long days

This week is sure to be a long one for me, though definitely not as long as those days during Michael’s recent deployment.  However, Michael is on 12 hour shifts this week and will be at work until 7 pm each day.  We typically eat dinner about 5:30, so we decided that I’ll continue with the normal schedule since it’s only for a week and Rachael goes to bed at about 7:15. Although I’ll probably wait to eat until he gets home!!

Also, we’re starting our school today and I have a mixture of emotions about this.  I’m overwhelmed that I now have a first grader and will now be teaching two kids.  I think I’m ready, but I’m not quite sure since I’m new at this two-kids-in-homeschool gig.

Anyway, I’m keeping the menu pretty simple this week.

Breakfast – apple crisp for a special first day of school treat. I got this idea from Life as Mom.
Lunch – boiled or deviled eggs, fruit veggies, homemade bread
Dinner – spaghetti with homemade bread with butter

Breakfast – Toast (with grandma’s homemade jam) and smoothies
Lunch – Spaghetti leftovers, fruit, veggies
Dinner – Chicken enchiladas with homemade salsa and sour cream, corn

Breakfast – Apple strudel muffins
Lunch – Enchilada leftovers, fruit, veggies
Dinner – Grilled cheese sandwiches, fruit, veggies

Breakfast – French toast, smoothies
Lunch – Bits and pieces
Dinner – Grilled chicken, potatoes, steamed broccoli, smoothies

Breakfast – Homemade yogurt with fresh strawberries
Lunch – Leftovers, fruit
Dinner – Homemade pizza, fruit

Breakfast – Zucchini muffins
Lunch – possible outing with picnic foods
Dinner – possible outing with picnic foods

Breakfast – cereal, fruit
Lunch – any leftovers that are still hanging around or sandwiches
Dinner – Out

Need help planning your weekly meals? Head on over to Org Junkie for Menu Plan Monday.

This post is linked to Menu Plan Monday.

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