So if you have kids or grandkids and are struggling with the same Easter dilemma, think outside the … egg (sorry, had to). Tradition and memories are what YOU create. Ours has clearly evolved over the years, and that’s okay.
My family and I recently took a quick trip to the great state of Washington in the Pacific Northwest. Our destination was Seattle, our time limit was four days and our agenda was to see all that we could see without the use of a car.
Here is a list of some of the lunch box items that my kids will get throughout the school year. I am not perfect. I don’t cut their crackers into duck shapes or their sandwiches into suns and moons (truth be told, my kids hate sandwiches). I strive to have a few healthy options in their box every day.
When I first made the decision to go plant-strong a little over two years ago for health reasons, it was not initially a family affair. It was very much, "this is daddy's food and this is everyone else's." My wife a...