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Here we are on Day 2 of The Family Breakfast Project. I stocked our pantry and refrigerator with family friendly breakfast fare, and made sure that we removed obstacles to eating breakfast (not getting up in time, not having good breakfast food, bowls are all dirty, etc.)
Last night I set the table for breakfast success, and then I went one step further.
I baked breakfast cookies!
Continue reading “Cookies for Breakfast? Yes, Please!”
This week I have a special treat for you! I’m teaming up with my friends at Cheerios to share the Seven Days to Family Breakfast Program.
We already know a few things:
- Families that eat dinner together communicate more and, on average, the children from families that eat dinner together do better in school.
- Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
So, why do we relegate breakfast as an optional meal to eat on the run? Continue reading “Cheerios Family Breakfast Project”