Weekly Meal Plan for June 14-20

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Well, we “finished” school this past week. I say “finish” because we school year round and never stop for longer than a week or two. However, last year I realized that not having an official start/stop date created some problems. So June 10th was Kate’s last day of 1st grade. We will take a 2-week break and then resume some light studies through the end of June and July, starting back up with our new curriculum and a rising second grader and kindergartener in August. (I will share later this week a few lessons I learned this year.)

The reasons I have decided to wait until August are twofold:

(1) I need to do more research and planning for the coming year especially in light of having two children in school and

(2) I really like to hit those back-to-school sales at the stores. Starting school in June you miss out on all the deals!

Mayes Camp 2014

This week the girls will be attending the 3rd annual Mayes Camp — a 2-day camp for my parents’ grandchildren ages 4 & up. This year Cora gets to attend, and she is super excited. We will pick Kate and Cora up on Saturday at the cook-out.

Other than camp, the girls are still doing gymnastics throughout the summer. It’s a great way to release all that energy when the days are unbearably hot.

Here’s what is on our weekly meal plan. We’re going no-cook this week and using our grill and the slow cooker.

Weekly Meal Plan

Sunday

Birthday party for our friend

Monday

coleslaw

Slow Cooker BBQ Chicken with Easy Creamy Coleslaw and Easy Baked Beans

Tuesday

guacamole

Slow Cooker Tacos (on lettuce for Daniel & me) with Guacamole

Wednesday

burger

In-N-Out Burgers with Crockpot Corn on the Cob

Thursday

BBQ Chicken Cobb Salad

BBQ Chicken Cobb Salad with leftover BBQ chicken from Monday

Friday

beef and broccoli

Slow Cooker Beef & Broccoli with salad

Saturday

Cookout at the cabin

Do you have a meal plan for this week? Need some help getting started? Check out these posts:

What is Meal Planning?

5 Strategies to Make Meal Planning a Reality

Make Meal Planning Work for You: Create a Family Cookbook

Have a blessed week!!

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