“Menyou” planning

If you’re having a little trouble with your menu planning, it’s obviously because you don’t have a 6-year-old who’s the boss of everything.  Sorry about that.



24 thoughts on ““Menyou” planning

  1. Now why didn’t I think to have tacos and pizza that many times??!! I am so silly. If it were up to LQ we would have cheese and olives every single day.

  2. i didn’t notice the vegetable choices for each dinner… obviously a flaw in the calendar format.

    and fyi, this menu is more varied then the menu i had when i lived alone…

  3. Ok, seriously impressed by the variety. My boys….if they had to do a meal plan would look something like this….noodles, hot dogs, cheese, chocolate with a side of chocolate milk with cookies for dessert 🙂

  4. You are lucky to be able to enjoy having only one “boss” around the kitchen so far. But I am sure the younger siblings will soon join in. My kids all have strong opinions about what they like to eat and it is hard to know what I choose to make for dinner will please some and disappoint others. But it seems very few meals please all.

  5. Man, and to think I wasted energy planning a month-long menu of my own today. Who knew I could come here for men-yous, too. Can you please post December’s by the 2nd so I don’t waste my time again? 🙂
    p.s. I love that he didn’t forget trke on Thnksgving.

  6. Hey! at least it he put some though into it. 🙂

    Who ever thought of planning menus in advance? Mine was always whatever I could think of a half hour before dinner time and had the ingrerdients to make.

  7. Awesome. It’s never too early to start missionary training — as long as the hot dogs aren’t eaten RAW, and ramen isn’t a daily staple. Really, I’m very impressed!

  8. Oh, I am so relieved- in 2 years my son will be old enough to start taking over the ‘menyou’ duties. Seriously- planning it is the worst part! I’m ok with the shopping and cooking, it’s coming up with ideas that kills me. MMMMmmmm….tokos.

  9. That’s awesome. I’m totally having my kids make this–then if I actually serve what they have on there, they can’t whine. Brilliant.

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