Feeding A Family (Dinner Woes, Part 2): The Mom Hour, Episode 160

If you struggle with meal planning or dread the grocery store, you’re not alone. Today we tackle three more challenges to dinner-making success and offer our tips and solutions for overcoming them. This is a follow-up to last week’s episode, so be sure to catch that one as well (though you can listen in any order)!

This episode is the fourth in our Feeding A Family Series. You can also listen to us chat about Breakfast & LunchSweets & Snacks, and Dinner Woes, Part 1

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Links we mentioned (or should have!) in Episode 160

Queue It Up!

We picked an episode from the archives to listen to when you’re done with this one! It’s from June 28, 2017 and it’s called Things Kids Can Do By Themselves (If We Just Let Them). Click here to play it now!

 

1 Comment

  1. Loved these dinner episodes with being a full time working mom of little ones meal prepping and planning is a lifesaver for me and keeps me sane!
    We also do what we call a picnic dinner day, where I get out a big wood cutting board and I put on fruits veggies, cheese, nuts, dried fruit, crackers, really anything I have in the house and that is a our simple easy fast dinner! We call it our fancy picnic dinner and my kids love it!

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