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Feeding an army

Now the toddler is at school during the afternoons I find feeding him a little tricky. Although we live near school he starts at 12.25 so I need to fit in lunch, clean him up and get him changed into his uniform before leaving the house, it can be a rush!  Sometimes a lie-in or just playing before breakfast means there are only a couple of hours between breakfast and lunch and he’s not very hungry. Fortunately he’s always really hungry after school so I ensure he has a really healthy meal for his evening meal.

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We’ve all started trying to eat together on the days my husband works from home and I’ve been busy cooking meals where the children can serve themselves. I can’t tell you how lovely it is to be cooking only one meal, it only seems like yesterday that I was cooking a different meal for everyone. Yesterday was chicken curry and the children seem to be pretty happy to eat anything which I am so grateful for.

I’m definitely spending more time looking through my cookery books. (Anyone else find cooking a little routine and dull?) I’m trying to spice up meal times by being more adventurous and trying new recipes. I do love cooking from scratch though and finding new recipes to try out.

I am quite enjoying being the mother of a school boy. Living 2 minutes from school definitely helps, but I’ve also been meeting lots of other mums and been to my first fundraising meeting. It’s great to feel part of the school community.

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