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It’s time for a Weekly Menu Plan!
I know I’ve said this before, but it’s literally Thanksgiving next week! I’m trying to tell myself not to stress.
I always do though, regardless of how much I’ve planned. Do you?
My biggest fear?
We won’t have enough food.
Has that every actually happened?
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Nope! Not a single time!
We almost always have leftovers for DAYS. So I have no idea why that fear always creeps in, but it’s right on track again this year too.
I’m already starting to over plan food, but I always say I’d rather have too much than too little.
Do you have any Thanksgiving traditions?
We do dinner at our house, then we usually do some sort of holiday movie on Thanksgiving too with the family. It’s a fun tradition and one we’ve done for as long as I can remember.
We went even as a kid to the movies on Thanksgiving, so it’s just something I always remember doing. It’s sort of surreal now doing that with our own kids, plus they have grown so much. I’m realizing that more and more lately too.
My daughter is sort of a cross between that preschool age and trying to be a big kid…so that’s still a growing process. My son though is now entering the Tween stage.
I didn’t even know his age was considered ‘tween’ maybe it’s younger than I remember it? He’ll be 10 this upcoming year, and I’m still trying to wrap my mind around that.
I think I still will be trying to wrap my mind around it when he turns 20 too. It just goes so fast.
I am enjoying though this stage of being able to just hop in the car and do things, without thinking about nap time or feeding times and such. It’s a fun stage in many ways and new struggles too. Always a learning process this parenting thing…for sure!
Now, let’s talk food. The kids need to eat, right?
Weekly Menu Plan