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Meals 4/10

We are hoping for some better weather this week than we had last week where it was cold and snowy. Enjoy! Lentil Sloppy Joes, Tater tots, corn on the cob Salmon Patties, lemon risotto (omit cheese and sub vegan butter), roasted asparagus Hamburgers, salad, crudite Chicken tikka masala (vegan recipe, but use real chicken), rice, seamed cauliflower … Continue reading

Meals 3/20/16

Rotisserie Chicken, Sauteed Mushrooms, Green Beans Swiss Cheese chicken salad with pickles (chunks of cheese, leftover rotisserie chicken, mayo, chopped pickles, and a splash of pickle juice)–Can sub apple chunks for cheese, Salad shells Sweet and Sour Meatballs and white rice, peas Spaghetti, Salad Cold Tuna Casserole (elbow macaroni, canned tuna–drained, mayo, salt, and pepper), … Continue reading

Email from 7/20/15

On toddlers, infants, and remotes. Also when looking for the remote, I fount Harvey’s missing paci and a sock in the couch…lol Haha that’s funny. Hope you find the remote Willa told me to look in the kitchen because daddy forgets and brings it in there….bahahahahahahaha

Creating a “Big Girl” Room

I know that we have been away for a while…two little evil words are to blame: stomach bug. Yes it ravaged our household. We all got it at different times…yay us! Andrew has an awesome post in the works about an Ikea hack he did to make Willa a learning tower. I do promise that … Continue reading

Block Play Food

The play kitchen and block food were completed just hours before we went to bed on Christmas Eve. We thought that the block play food was a perfect addition to Willa’s pantry and would be durable to a very rough-and-tumble 16 month old. I found the labels through pinterest, which led us to The Sew*er, … Continue reading

Santa’s Workshop

With Thanksgiving being so late this year, Christmas is quickly sneaking up on us, and Andrew affectionately referred to us as elves as we are trying to capitalize on weekend nap-time to complete Willa’s Christmas gifts. This year Willa’s big gift from Santa is a play kitchen. After seeing how much fun she had playing … Continue reading

Up and Running

I had been toying with the idea of a blog for a few years now. I actually started a few and gave up, so when I came up with the idea of Modernly Homemade, I wanted to try to do it right better. After talking with my husband, Andrew, he really encouraged me to start … Continue reading