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Thursday, April 9, 2015

Menu for 4/10/15-4/16/15

So even though this weekend was super busy it was also super fun! It started with some much needed, Bailey-free girl time with my brother's girlfriend. We got to go see Insurgent (my first movie in theaters since Zero Dark Thirty way back when I first started the blog) and then sat outside at Menchie's and had some delicious frozen yogurt! It's really nice to have another friend (besides my bestest friend, Anna) to hang out with.

Then Friday Anna came over with enough candy to hype Bailey up for a week! We went out for lunch together. Bailey actually ate lunch at a restaurant, it's always kind of hit or miss with restaurant food. We ordered her some kid's nachos which came in the form of chips and queso dip (pretty good queso dip too) and of course Bailey loves to dip some chips.

After lunch we went shopping. Well, we went shopping the way crazy crafters go shopping. We spent a long time in A.C. Moore craft store, then we checked out a dollar store next door, a shoe store (still searching for the perfect red peep toe pumps for Anna's wedding), and Steinmart. Bailey was an angel. She stayed with us on every aisle. We occasionally had to ask her to put things back on the shelf so we could move on, but she never once complained or started to throw a fit. She even tried on hats with us at Steinmart.

Easter Sunday was such a beautiful day. The sun was out, there was a nice breeze, and we spent the day at Nana's out in the yard. Bailey and her cousin, Li'l P, love Grandpa's tractor. We got some really good shots of them sitting in the drivers seat together, standing on the huge front tires (Bailey was barefoot making the pictures even cuter for some reason), and I got a few of Bailey trying to steer the tractor. They had a lovely conversation about boo-boos. It went something like this:

P- I got a boo-boo.
B- I don't have a boo-boo, you have a boo-boo.
P- No, I don't got boo-boo, you got boo-boo.
And so on.

It was pretty darn cute. Anyway, here's next week's menu!

Breakfast- cereal and milk
Lunch- leftover pork fried rice
Dinner- honey mustard glazed chicken, mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, and broccoli and carrots

Breakfast- chicken biscuits and hash browns
Lunch- leftover chicken and potatoes
Dinner- breakfast casserole, biscuits, and gravy

Breakfast- chicken biscuits and hash browns
Lunch- peanut butter and jelly sandwiches
Dinner- lightened up Zuppa Toscana at Admiral's

Breakfast- scrambled eggs and toast
Lunch- McDonald's (because I'm running errands all day)
Dinner- breakfast casserole, biscuits, and gravy

Breakfast- cereal and milk
Lunch- peanut butter and jelly sandwiches
Dinner- chicken taco casserole

Breakfast- scrambled eggs and sausage links
Lunch- leftover taco chicken, cheese, and frozen vegetables
Dinner- bacon cheeseburgers and french fries

Breakfast- grilled ham, egg, and cheese sandwiches
Lunch- chili and chips (from the freezer)
Dinner- fried chicken, mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, and broccoli

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