Wednesday, April 1, 2015

A new schedule and #WIAW

It's Wednesday.  The first week by ourselves and we are doing well.  Monday and Tuesday were radically different. I have a feeling that each day is going to come with some unexpected twists and turns. For this structured mama this aspect of life is going to take some getting used to. 

First up is meal times.  Breakfast was always a priority for me. Normally within 30 minutes of being up it was time to eat. Nowadays, I would happily steal some extra sleep time or a few chores to get done before eats.  This breakfast actually came with coffee. Frozen waffles, chocolate peanut butter and topped with bananas. A side of clementine. We have been going through bags, BAGS, of clementines each week.

My second breakfast happened around 11 am. The shells gave me a hard time. 

Lunch was a sandwich of leftover ham and strawberries. Leftovers are a lifesaver for me. Clearly we cook to get said leftovers but it always seems like my meals are made purely from leftovers. How does that happen?

Snacks happen. Cheese and crackers is a favorite. As is more fruit. I made chocolate granola the other day and this huge bowl was dinner, snack, and dessert all in one. 

Do you have more sit down meals or do you prefer snacks all day long?  

I used to be purely a 3 meals a day person but that has definitely changed to a snack habit. 

What did you eat Wednesday?


  1. Ooh I LOVE cheese - love that you paired it with fruit too.
    And yes, I eat all day long, esp. during weekdays and I'm at my desk. Love mini meals! Also yay for WIAW – i love sharing my eats and seeing what everyone else is having!

  2. seems like such a good day! you eat so well!

  3. If I had it my way, I would snack my way through the day! Wait, I already do! I often eat cereal or cheese and crackers for dinner because I start snacking and just can't stop.

  4. You are sure eating much better than I did when I had a new baby in the house. :)


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