What a wonderful weekend. We had the chance to spend time with family to celebrate my niece's 3rd birthday (although some would argue not enough time). We relaxed at home a little and watched the snow come down in big flakes, getting more snowfall than the less than 1/2" forecast would have suggested. We enjoyed a comedy show with some friends and our son. Brian Regan was in town and he is one funny dude. Of course, my daughter was sad and a little bothered by the first time that she stayed alone with a babysitter without her brother.
This week is another relatively quiet week. Not many appointments, meetings or practices. It makes dinner planning a lot easier when you don't have to make everything with a tight timeline to get someone out the door (or to bed after practice). I think we have a couple more weeks of this, then we will get back into the swing (hehe) of things with the start of teeball and baseball. Next weekend, my daughter is looking forward to going to the CVYB performance of the Little Mermaid Ballet with several friends.
Spaghetti and Meatballs
Roasted Shrimp and Tomatoes
Breakfast is cereal or oatmeal each morning, although sometimes at school my daughter will have pancakes or french toast. For my son, lunch is either the menu item at school or a packed lunch with some type of sandwich. Lunch for my husband and me is typically sandwiches, frozen meals or leftovers.
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