Gaming Party And A Christmas Fayre: Meal Planning Monday

Monday, 4 December 2017

Gaming Party And A Christmas Fayre: Meal Planning Monday

I currently feel like I am running towards Christmas and about to trip up. Christmas with children is a juggling act, and I am trying not to drop all of my balls. There are Christmas parties, Christingles, Chistmas jumpers and goodness knows what else I need to try and remember over the coming weeks.

This Saturday saw the school Christmas fayre and I had a winning moment. Yes, I managed to distract my kids so they didn't see the teddy tombola. Result! It is bad enough that little man has a giant Rudolph at the end of his bed at the moment (thanks to my sister) and we really don't need any more large soft animals.

giant rudolph soft toy

Saturday afternoon, saw big man's delayed Birthday celebrations. We had Pop Up Arcade visit for a gaming party at home. On the basis that I had booked them over the internet and knew no one that had used them, I was just pleased they turned up. The fact that the girl running the party was fantastic and the kids all enjoyed themselves made it an added bonus.

Big man opted for a nice and easy sweet filled cake which I will be sharing with you soon.

10th birthday cake


So this week, is slightly quieter. Woo hoo! But what are we eating?

Monday: My husband is away and we are visiting the dentist. On the basis that I still travel miles to the dentist in the hope that I may see Marti Pellow there again, we are stopping off at McDonalds on the way home.

Tuesday: Lasagne that I made and froze when I was batch cooking a few weeks back.

Wednesday: Chicken tray bake. I had a free sample of a Dolmio sauce in my online delivery a few weeks back so I give this a try.

Thursday: Pork and apple burgers with chips

Friday: My husband and I will have lamb rogan josh. My sister bought me a curry club subscription for my birthday and I love it. So far everything we have made has tasted fantastic. The boys can have something out of the freezer.

Saturday: Scrambled egg and chorizo for lunch. Pasta for tea for those that need it. (Little man has a party and I may be out.)

Sunday: Roast chicken




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3 comments:

  1. That giant Rudolph is very cute thought....
    The party sounds like a great success and that cake is awesome!
    Yum! It sounds like a great meal plan! x

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    1. Cute but large! I am finding it really helpful to look at my post so I know what to get out of the freezer the night before x

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