Check out all the “dayers”, such an abundance of topics to choose from, you’ll have TONS to read this month if you like!
Last school year Devin ate Cheerio’s most mornings, which he loved having, but this year I wanted to try to do a tad better since I only have 1 kid to send off to school afterall.
So here are some ideas I’m trying out:
Make a big batch of whole wheat biscuits (I use half all purpose & half whole wheat flour) and freeze most of them to use during the week.
I try to take a couple out the night before to thaw and then put them in the toaster the next morning. It’s nice to have something a little special, yet still super quick to serve with either eggs, peanut butter, fruit slices, or what have you.
- Mini pancakes
Make a batch of whole wheat mini pancakes to freeze (I keep them in a big Ziplock bag) and pop ‘em in the toaster as needed. Consider adding blueberries, bananas, apples, ground flaxseed, wheat germ, raisins, etc. to your batch.
- Oats & yogurt
This is a stable in our house, but what I started doing for the little ones is ‘soaking’ the oats with yogurt the night before (usually after dinner dishes) and that way they can just grab their bowl the next morning on their own. This has been a big help for Wesley who usually wakes up starving! He loves being able to get his breakfast right away without having to ask for help.
What are your favorite quick breakfasts?
Here’s a swapping and buying book website that my friend Kate recommended:
“Hey, Anyone looking to recycle books you no longer need and get some new ones, try Paperbackswap . I’ve been trading our gently used Abeka teachers books for new books for the kids. We have gotten a bunch of devotional/Bible books as well from this site.”
If you’re interested in learning more about how the trading/buying works take a look here.
Check out this incredible e-book sale here
::: For only $29.00 :::
I’m off to talk my husband into letting me get this…