Here’s to another lovely Sunday Meal Plan!
It has been another great Sunday in Western New York, the sun has been shining, the breeze lightly blowing and the birds tweeting. I couldn’t ask for much more in the weather department.
So what did we do this weekend?
Not all that much, but we did do some serious lazing around. 🙂 Yesterday I finally went and got a hair cut, it’s been since before Thanksgiving, and I was in desperate need. I don’t know if anyone else has as good of a relationship with their hair dresser as I do, but I really enjoy seeing her and catching up. I see Alli at Chez Ann Salon, in case anyone is in need of a stylist. 🙂
In the afternoon we ran a couple errands and then headed out to a playground for some good ole fashion fun. I got this lovely picture…
It was just such a gorgeous evening!
And today, Sunday, started out rough. Emmett woke up around 1:30 and I wasn’t able to crawl back into my own bed until around 5:30 am. It’s been so bad lately, he’s woken up every single night since last Thursday. I know everyone says that it will all eventually pass, and that I’ll look back on this time fondly, but I have to be honest, I’m tired… How do I get him to sleep through the night again (help!)?
Once we were all up again, we went grocery shopping, got coffee, had lunch, took naps and then went out for a nice long walk. It was a beautiful night once again. I just love this weather! The time between it being cold and super hot, I just wish it lasted longer in Western NY. 🙂
And now, my Sunday meal plan.
Sunday: Pork with homemade tomatillo salsa
Monday: Grilled Chicken and Zucchini
Tuesday: Salmon with Israeli Couscous, with Peppers and Pistachios (this is a recipe I got off of one of my Paleo eMeals menu – it’s so good!)
Wednesday: Mexican Pizzas
Thursday: Hot Dogs and Fries
Friday: Meatloaf (following my recipe, find it here) and Baked Potatoes
Saturday: Seamus’ Birthday Dinner!!! I’m not sure where he wants to go yet, but I’m excited to celebrate with him.
That’s about it for food this week, once again, I’m pretty excited about our menu! I’m linking up with Laura from Mommy, Run Fast! and Jill from jillconyers.com Check them out and link-up!
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The weather has been gorgeous here, too! Ugh on the broken sleep… it seemed like we went forward and backward for the longest time with my daughter. I’m not sure what really helped, other than consistently putting her back in bed and keeping things as low key as possible so she knew she wasn’t getting to play or getting our attention that time of night. Good luck!
I think when he starts to cry, we need to just go right in, check and see if he’s soaked through his diaper and if not lay him right back down. Now, we’ve been going in and laying on the floor, hoping it will encourage him to sleep. I think that it might be leading to him expecting that every night. We struggle w/ keeping things low key before bedtime, bc we get home from work at 5:45, go outside, until about 7, eat dinner and start our bedtime routine at 7:30, right after dinner. I’d love to just cuddle and relax with him starting at like 7, but I don’t know how we can do that w/ Seamus going to the gym, and myself walking/biking/jogging. :\