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Good afternoon friends!! Our day is off to a good start. I had a great workout and we met up with lots of our friends for lunch.
Breakfast was eggs, toast with sunbutter and mango. Mazen said “no thank you” when I asked if he wanted eggs. Then I gave him a bite of mine, and he asked for more. So I made him a whole second set on the stove top and he turned up his nose at them! I don’t know what is up with him and eggs 🙂
We went to the gym where I got in a killer kettlebell workout in Chris’s class! We did tons of shoulder work today that wore me out.
After the gym, a group of my friends met at Great Harvest for lunch. [I cut about 2.5 inches off my hair yesterday!]
We have a weekly lunchtime play date to get the kids together and chat. In the warmer months, we meet at the park and bring a potluck picnic, but since it’s been so cold we have moved the play date inside. Our bakery, Great Harvest, has been a great winter solution because the kids love the play area and the moms love the lunchy menu.
We moms order sandwiches or salads and we set the kiddos up with an indoor picnic. We asked the owners if this was OK first and they said yes ; )
Mini Babybel sent me a selection of their cheeses to share with Mazen’s toddler friends, and I knew they would make the perfect contribution to our playdate picnic. Cheese and bread are two foods that every toddler in our group loves!
We purchased some rolls and hummus from Great Harvest and brought carrots, apples, raisins and Mini Babybel cheese.
It’s very convenient that you don’t need a sharp knife to enjoy this cheese.
The kiddos had a feast!
The cheese was a big hit, and they loved unwrapping it.
This post was sponsored by Mini Babybel