Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Sunday Breakfast


On Sunday morning we like to take time to slow down, sleep in a bit and then hang out in our pajamas for awhile doing pretty much whatever we please.  I usually drink my coffee, read posts from other bloggers and map out my week ahead.  The girls play Nintendo or a computer game or read a book.

Once hunger starts to kick in we will get busy and make one of those stick to your ribs meals that isn't necessarily the healthiest for us but sure does taste good.  We usually make waffles or pancakes, fry up some bacon or sausage, maybe a couple of eggs to go with it and eat sometime in the mid morning.


We eat pretty healthy all week long so we enjoy our fattier higher calorie breakfasts on Sunday mornings.  More importantly we enjoy preparing it and eating it together as a family.  The conversation at the table, more often than not, is usually silly and humorous.  It is not the time for serious discussion or anything other than positive and motivating.  It is a great way for us to begin a new week. 

Once the dishes are washed and the kitchen is cleaned up then we are ready to consider getting dressed and starting our day.  It is always time well spent together and I really treasure it.

2 comments:

  1. Love this post! Just reading it makes me feel relaxed! :)
    We try to keep our Sundays more relaxed when we can. We live near a firehouse and every month they have a pancake breakfast. At first we would go to them but when we became a family of 4, it started costing more. So without really planning it we started making our own big breakfasts on the same Sundays they have the pancake breakfast. Makes us feel like we aren't missing out on anything by staying at home and it costs us a lot less. So once a month we have an all-out big breakfast and fill our bellies up til they are about to pop! :)

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    1. That is great Dawn! I don't know about you but I'm ready for Sunday to get here. :)

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