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Breakfast Menu #1 (partial)

Breakfast continues to be the most challenging meal for me to get right. I've already went through the basics of a healthy breakfast and know that I should be including protein, dairy, & fruits and veggies. It's an easy concept, but following through is a different story. Perhaps the fact that I am not a morning person has something to do with it. So if that is my excuse then I know the answer... advance meal planning. I've preplanned a week's worth of dinner time meals for the family but that's as far as I got. I got to thinking that maybe it is time to go back to my home child care days and plan out an entire menu for the week, including breakfast. And that is just what I have done for the rest of the school week.

Thursday:
Egg, Cheese & Ham Bagel
Orange Sections
Milk

Friday:
Stuffin' Egg Muffins
Apple
Milk

I am hoping that by having a game plan that I can keep on track and perhaps getting up a few minutes early, as originally planned, will help out as well.

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