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Make Ahead Freezer Meal
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These blocks won't just make baby smile, they smile right back at baby (once you fill them with photos, that is)! Stack 'em, match 'em, learn the names that go with those favorite faces. Includes four soft foam cubes that hold up to six 4" x 4" pics. Builds coordination, memory, and a sense of family. For newborns and up. Imported. A One Step Ahead Exclusive!. This is a One Step Ahead exclusive! Our in-house Design Team invests thought and care into every last detail, to bring you high-quality products you can't find anywhere else. . 4" cubed; sized for little hands . Made of fabric-covered foam, with protective vinyl photo pockets on every side
This toy is also rated by AblePlay™ for children with special needs
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Special needs benefits:
. As children stack the blocks, they practice manual dexterity, bilateral coordination (using both sides of the body at the same time) and arm extension. This helps them build core strength and increase muscle coordination.. If the tower topples, the soft blocks fall quietly, lessening the chance for startle reflex in children. Each block is a solid hue, helping children identify colors. The vinyl photo pockets protect pictures and make the blocks easy to wipe clean. Insert pictures of
When I was a child, I ate white bread for a while, 'til I visited a dietician, and was told to switch to brown. For the longest time I suffered with the whole grain bread (100% at first, which tastes ... like ... nothing at all) but slowly transitioned to white bread after moving to the house I'm in now.
I remember one day when I asked my Mom if we could get 60% Whole Wheat instead of 100%, and she didn't see an issue with it, so she went ahead and did so. Slowly, little by little, I steered her towards allowing me to have white bread again, arguing that it's what I had in hot dog buns, bagels, etc... and that those didn't seem to hurt.
She decided one day that I was old enough to make my own decisions (as a pre-teen/teen I guess) and allowed me to go back to white bread. That was stupid.
For the last.. 7ish years I hadn't touched brown bread whatsoever, and never gave it a second thought. Brown bread was just a healthier awful tasting choice in my mind. I remember one day at school however (a good 4 years ago now?) I was famished, and all that was available was Squirrelly bread, which if you don't know, is incredibly good for you, and is not at all like white bread. I decided I'd make do and have a peanut butter/jelly sandwich on one, and it was actually pretty good. Didn't taste as good as white bread does in my mind though, so I never gave it another thought... until a few days ago.
As of late when I get peckish between meals, I've been opting to have a peanut butter sandwich or two as a snack. Now when I say between meals, I mean between large gaps, like after dinner but before breakfast, or after an early lunch but before dinner. Not like I eat ... 5 or 6 meals a day or anything.
Anyhoo, I noticed that I couldn't stand the Kraft peanut butter we were buying (it gave me awful heartburn) so I opted for Kirkland Signature Organic Peanut Butter from Costco, which I get at my work. It's like 100% tastier and better for you, so I was happy I was eating a healthy alternative.
One day it hit me though, when I eat peanut butter sandwiches, I'm having like 3, and it's not because the peanut butter isn't filling, it's the bread. We (my Dad) buy Dempster's white bread, and it tastes pretty good, but it's really thinly sliced, and isn't filling whatsoever, so I decided to look for something... heartier.
For the first time in quite some time I decided maybe that bread shouldn't be made with crazily processed enriched white flour, so I tried to think of a brown bread I had liked in the past... and came up with Squirrelly.
Now.. I missed an important part of that decision in this story, so let me jump back a second to before I decided that the white bread in my sandwiches wasn't filling--I went to the Lighthouse Pub a few Sundays back with my friends Jeff and Quin to play pool, and have brunch. When ordering, I ordered the Lighthouse Breakfast (hashed browns, bacon, eggs, toast) and asked for white toast. Then Jeff ordered, and asked for brown, and I don't know quite why, but I decided no, I should eat the healthier option, and asked to change mine to brown. Wasn't sure I'd like it, but if worst came to worst, I'd have eggs, bacon and hashed browns to eat instead.
When the bread came, the waitress had somehow gotten our orders mixed up, and gave Jeff white bread, and me brown. Jeff was not happy in the slightest, as he hates white bread, so out of spite I started to chow down on the brown. (That sounds awful.)
To my surprise, it was actually pretty awesome, and it was then that I realized my Dad just buys the cheapest (and most awful) brown bread he can find. This was whole wheat, but actually tasty.
Anyhoo, Back to the Future, and I had decided to give Squirrelly bread a second go. I looked up the bread in question on Google, and found that it was made by Silver Hills Bakery in Abbotsford, BC, and even read up on on all their various breads they sell. I looked up the Squirrelly bread on my store's website, and saw we were able to get it, so I placed an order for it. As simple as that.
When it finally arrived, I was somewhat worried I wouldn't like it (two loaves costs $7.49, which.. y'know, is expensive) so after popping the first loaf in the freezer, I made a peanut butter sandwich with some of the other loaf.
I waited a long while before trying it. It sat on my desk for a good hour before hunger finally made me throw caution to the wind and dive in.
I wasn't immediately happy with how it tasted, especially since I'm so used to white bread, but after the first few bites, I was in love. It's delicious.
Today I had two grilled cheese sandwiches for lunch made with it, and it turns out it's AMAZING when toasted. Later on in the evening, while watching Dollhouse with Ty (I was able to get him into the show, and we've just about finished the first season) I got peckish, and made a couple of peanut butter sandwiches on it, (this time with even more peanut butter, since my only qualm b
Lazy Day Green Smoothie Step 1
Prop open a freezer bag. Add two giant handfuls of spinach, one giant handful of bananas, and one giant handful of blueberries.
Remove excess air from the freezer bag. Label the bag and place in the freezer.
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