A week of breakfasts and lunches

Life lately

Neil finished building the kids’ Christmas present: a new playset!

Abby is doing a deep dive into camping gear in preparation for an upcoming trip.

Reading lately

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Sarah read the crime thriller Take It Back by Kia Abdullah.

Abby read Ink and Bone, the first of the Great Library series by Rachel Caine.

A week of breakfasts and lunches

We love to talk about food and share another installment of a week of meals, this time focused on our breakfasts and lunches. We were originally inspired by The Mom Hour’s episode of a week of dinners, and have previously recorded our own week of dinners and a week of snacks. Links we mentioned:

Eating lately

We both share cookie recipes from Sally’s Baking Addiction: soft molasses cookies for Abby and caramel stuffed Nutella cookies for Sarah.

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2 thoughts on “A week of breakfasts and lunches

  1. So, my best camping advice, is to make a master camping list. You can start by grabbing one online that someone else has created. (Kelsey I know made one up when she went camping last year? The year before?) But, then you can add to it as needed. There are usually a few things that you forget (tongs, fire proof gloves, extra ziplock bags, etc.) However, then I make sure that get typed on the master list–so the list grows and becomes more individualized each time. Prior to the camping trip, I go through our camping gear and the list and make sure everything is there. You also might have to have a seasonal list that changes depending on…..the season. Sand toys vs coats and hats, etc. The second best thing I ever did was to make a Kitchen chuck box similar to this: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZYzLR3mX70). Mine is a smaller tote with just one drawer organizer in it. But the idea is the same. Basically, we have most of the kitchen stuff in there, and only in there. It makes cooking and cleaning, and storing super easy.


    1. Thank you for this! Kelsey sent me her packing list the other day, too. This kitchen box idea is genius. -A


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