Summer has officially started!
Miss C had her last day of school a couple weeks ago. Miss C's Last Lunch of Kindergarten:at her request:
Almond butter sandwich (using LunchPunch Sweet set)
colby jack cheese
frozen strawberry yogurt
packed in an EasyLunchBox
"Don't cha wish your girlfriend(wife) packed lunch like me?" Mommy's and Daddy's Lunch:
Grilled pork chops over green beans
grilled red potatoes and grapes
I don't really care if my husband gets teased about his lunches. I don't think he does either. He rarely eats lunches, so when he was participating in the Crossfit Open last March, he needed to maintain a healthier eating routine, I was a little more giddier than he was to pack his lunches too. I didn't take many pictures of them, since he didn't care much for presentation, but with EasyLunchBoxes, it was easy to arrange the food in different compartments.
Last weekend, he participated in a mud/foam run in Chicago with the some of the athletes at our Crossfit box. It was a 2.5 hour bus ride each way, so he needed to pack lunch and a post-race dinner. Of course I jumped on that opportunity to pack his lunches too. :) Mud Run Munchies
Juices for carbs, water, protein shake, bananas
ELB#1: eggs, …
She wanted a rainbow themed party. Thanks to inspiration overload from Pinterest, I pulled off a rainbow party with only having a couple days of execution. It was a stressful week due to personal reasons, so I didn't get to DIY party stuff like I usually do. I'd like to thank my friend Mindy for letting me borrow the table cloth and the cake tutu she made for her daughter's Unicorn party in April.
Miss C's Rainbow Birthday Lunch: (aka, leftovers from her birthday party)
Fruit - blueberries, kiwi, pineapple, & strawberry cheese and crackers, organic fruit snacks cauliflower, peppers, carrots and cucumbers (not pictured: yogurt ranch for dipping)