Which is the story of my [pregnant] life.
BUT I do have red beans in my crock pot.
This is awesome for many reasons.
-They taste good.
-So little effort
-My kids don't have to eat a sandwich for dinner [again].
Cooking is something I really just don't like doing.
I mean after all of the effort and shopping and preparing and fixing and dishes, normally if I'm the cook it doesn't even come out all that spectacular.
Plus I'm cooking for 4. I'm a kind of this is what I cooked so this is your only option for dinner mom, but I can't exactly pull that with my husband. He's a little pickier of an eater, although he's come a long way through the ten years of our relationship. He doesn't care for anything green in color, and he certainly won't even entertain eggs or beans.
Philip works so much and so often he works on the road and out of town during week days.
He'll be working a local job soon though, so he told me to put my cookin' apron on and prepare to... prepare food.........
So anyway, here's the plan.
Yeaaaaaaa so I'ma go from cooking 2-3 times a week to 5 times a week.
Because I declare off on weekends.
I'm the momma, and I can do that.
I'm going to try really hard to follow this schedule.
A lot of it was hard to come up with, but I think I've got a good mix of things that Philip and the kids will all eat.
I normally don't freeze food, but I'm going to try that route too.
Okay. It's out there. I wrote meal plans on a calendar.
AND I'm blogging about it.
So that means this is commitment.