4-Ingredient Mini Pumpkin Pies! I promise they're really easy to make, and everyone loves miniature food!
O: Why is the wind blowing the clouds?
Me: Because the wind is blowing.
O: Why is the wind blowing?
Me: Because the weather is changing.
O: Why is the weather changing?
Me: Because we're getting closer to Winter.
.... you get the idea! It's really sweet, and I know he is asking because he is interested in the world around him, so I don't mind answering "Why?" questions all day long, but I am running out of answers a 2 year-old can understand!
The Whole 30 has me chopping, scrambling, baking and sautéing like a madwoman. Pretty much all I have done this week is shop for, cook and plan our meals -- which is quite possibly the most challenging part of this challenge. Today is day 5 and the thing I miss the most is chewing gum, which we weird because I would have thought I'd miss toast, cheese or coffee creamer. I'll give a more detailed rundown next week.
I saw this article from the NY Times this week about what children around the world eat for breakfast and it actually made me feel pretty good about O's eating habits. We always try our best to give him a well rounded breakfast (and lunch, snacks, dinner) but sometimes it seems really oddly matched, i.e., cheese stick / bacon / apple and peanut butter. Well, according to this list, having a variety of flavors is pretty normal for childrens' breakfasts around the world.
And I'm linking up with a whole lot of people today!