When the Corona Virus hit, we made the decision for me to stay home from work to avoid exposure for myself and my son, who
Is there any side dish kids like more than fries? I think most would love for fries to be the side dish to every meal. But if you’re anything like me you try, at least some of the time, to put healthier options in your kids bodies. I make spiced sweet potato fries that fit the bill perfectly!
During the summer months, the quickest (and healthiest) dinner I make for my family is grilled chicken breasts plus a carb and a veggie. But sometimes, I want to kick it up a notch. Enter Loaded Chicken Breasts.
When we found out Wilder would eventually need a heart transplant, we first had to choose a transplant center. The team at our home hospital, OU Children’s, suggested a few options, but ultimately strongly advised we pick a center where we would have support nearby if possible.
When I was a teenager, I started to really enjoy cooking and baking on my own. There were definitely some foibles on my first attempts. I specifically remember a Thanksgiving where I made the green bean casserole with DOUBLE the pepper – and accidentally used cayenne instead of black pepper. But one thing I could consistently churn out were chocolate chip cookies.
I firmly believe that every mom (and probably every human) should have an arsenal of meals they enjoy eating that can be prepared quickly! Notice I say enjoy eating. Yes, I can get scrambled eggs and toast on the table in no time flat, however I burn out on that quickly. But this Balsamic Ravioli? No chance of burn out for me!
We’ve made it through another week of quarantine! Which means another week of Sunday morning family breakfasts. This week, I realized we have a lot of citrus on hand, so I made these Glazed Orange Muffins.
On a remarkably nice day in February, we decided we were in need of an adventure and set off toward Turner Falls. I don’t know about you, but by the time February rolls around, we’re sick of dreary days and jump at the chance to take full advantage of the nice ones.
In the midst of quarantine, we try to think of anything we can to make one day different from the other – especially the weekends! On Sunday, I cook something special for breakfast and this week I decided on a German Pancake.
We waited six weeks from diagnosis to heart transplant consultation.