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#39,40,41,42,43 Catching up!

#39 meatballs, carrot sticks, watermelon,
crackers, and jell-o
The meatballs were leftover from our Small Group dinner. Its a super easy recipe that I'm sure most people already know or have had: 1 bottle of chili, 1 jar of grape jelly, and a bag of frozen meatballs; 4-6 hours in a crockpot.

#40 chicken and vegetable potstickers, sesame noodles
carrots & ranch, and edamame

#41 apple, carrot sticks and yogurt
Miss C was involved in a motions/karate program for 5 weeks. Its a weekly karate/attitude class that met between her preschool class and play-and-stay. On their last day of the program had a pizza party so that the kids can showcase moves that they practiced. I packed something that would add a little bit more nutrition than a cheese pizza. 

#42 lunchables
turkey, cheese, crackers, and carrots

#43 breakfast for lunch: 
scrambled egg, fruit loops(milk not pictured), yogurt, and apple
It was Friday, we were running late, Miss C was kinda sick of carrots and turkey, and it was one of those days that I had no idea and unprepared for what to fix for her lunch. Breakfast to the rescue! She may or may not have eaten the same sugary cereal for breakfast.  


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