Menu planning seems like quite a tedious chore, apart from special occasions when you have guests over for dinner. Especially after a long day at work, planning a tasty and nutritious meal might land up on the bottom of your priority list. Finally, it is either leftover night or you need to take your family to eat out. If this scenario sounds familiar then, you need to do some menu planning right away. Menu planning is easy, saves you time and money and your family will always eat healthy and delicious meal.
Frozen veggies: Those frozen vegetables are not my first choice, they are certainly better than no vegetables. There are quite a few companies who make organic, frozen vegetables that have no added chemicals. It’s easy to keep things like, frozen peas, asparagus, broccoli, carrots and corn in the freezer to add to broths or eggs or to just cook on their own for a fast and easy meal.
Do not add sugar on the baby’s food, and never add syrup or honey because it may produce botulism. This is a type of food poisoning that can be lethal and these foods can be consumed when the child is older.
This could be done over weeks or a month depending on your child and your schedule. The idea is to start getting into a loose rhythm that you can build on over the years. Especially if you plan to homeschool down the road. A solid rhythm will make the transition into the grades seamless. Put your basic foundation into place now. Example: Morning meal and walk. Circle time and story. Then snack and free play. After lunch craft or activity. Outside time. Meal Prep on a budget then dinner. Once you have the rhythm going you can sprinkle in the elements of your theme.
For instance, all of the activities that make up my morning routine are time consistent. I know that each morning I need 30 minutes to meditate, and another 5-10 minutes to write down any thoughts that come up during my meditation.
Baby Food Grinder is a very easy and budget friendly way to grind portions of your baby’s meal. This grinder does not give you a option in textures types for your baby’s food. This component isn’t as versatile as others, but it’s cheap.
Basically, I was quite the wreck on all levels. My mother carted me from doctor to doctor to find out what was wrong with me. She was on an incessant quest to correct the things wrong with my being. This was a significant part of my early years, and I, literally, carry the scars with me.