Monday, October 5 through Thursday, October 8
|Grapes, NatureBox Southern BBQ Sunflower Kernels|
|Dried cranberries, Goldfish|
I crossed my fingers and hoped for the best, since if I hadn't found this at the bottom of her school bag, she would have gone snackless!
|Apples, home-made Pumpkin Bread, mini gummy worms, drink powder|
I was snack parent for Baby E's preschool class this day, and woke up at 1am and realized I had bought the mix at Trader Joe's for snack day, but hadn't baked it yet! Then Baby E proceeded to wake up every 30-minutes, until around 3am, when Hubby took pity on me and finished mixing (I had measured the water, added pear puree instead of most of the oil, a little oil to make up the difference, plus cracked the eggs. Oh, and poured the powder into a mixing bowl.) He also poured it into my greased bread pan and popped it into the oven.
I was able to get up and check on it later, and I saw some crazy-long amount of time left; around 35 minutes. Hubby must have done it wrong. Let's check the box... WHAT?! 60-minutes to bake?! Muffins would only have been 25 minutes. Ughhhh. I could have been done and back to bed already! So I tooled around until 4am waiting for my bread. I popped it out of the oven, laid a towel over it, and got a few more hours of sleep before it was time to get up. Oog.
Since I no longer have to pack Z's afternoon preschool snack the night before, I was able to use leftover pumpkin bread and apples from Baby's class snack. (We're up early now to catch Z's AM preschool bus, then Baby and I have to be home to meet it when she comes back at lunch time. Then I have an hour to let her eat her lunch while I feed Baby and
Since she can't be trusted with a full packet of drink powder to measure out into smaller quantities of water, I sent her with 1/4th of a packet (designed for a 16-oz bottled water) in a little bento sprinkle container.
|"Rainbow Grapes," home-made roasted salted pumpkin seeds|
The snack box is discontinued one from Paperchase that I got as a hand-me down from a friend.
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