To Eat and Play
Play for me:: I’m excited to try and make these for myself when I get a spare minute. I’d actually played with trying to make a similar pattern a few years ago and gave up frustrated. Thanks M.S. for making it easier for me…
Play for the girls:: This was Leviah’s b-day present. We ALL have enjoyed it as much as she does, it never gets old to try different ways of stacking/balancing them. There are a lot of toys from this shop that we want…
Food for us all:: (which turned into play as they arranged it themselves) Lunch for today.

sliced apples with dad’s home-made yogurt (from raw local milk) & local honey from our own hives! Pretty decent ensemble on the fly. As we try to cut wheat/carbohydrates out as a mainstay in our lives, it’s little victories like this lunch that help me know pb&j’s and mac&cheese aren’t the only things my kids will eat…

Some more options that are carb-free & kid friendly:
Peanut Butter and Celery
Dried Fruit
Cashews
Almonds
Cheese (like baybel, slices, cuts of whatever we have)
Cottage Cheese
Plain yogurt with honey
Carrots

what are some of your lunch time staples? 

3 Comments

  • torahmama Posted November 19, 2011 9:32 pm

    Is there a reason you are cutting wheat and carbs? Just curious.

  • Imene Posted November 20, 2011 4:50 pm

    Lunch is usually cut vegetables, fresh bread some butter for the kids. I am cutting the carbs too, I usually feel more energized when I do that

  • school house oils Posted November 23, 2011 3:16 pm

    just have been doing a little exploring on the 'benefits' of the carbs and there aren't many–mostly negative effects. So, we're trying to minimize them. & while it's difficult, there is a certain amount of lethargy that we've lost on account of the small changes we've made so far. Plus, much more room in our diets that we're filling with fruits & veggies…

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