Dinner Makeover: Ideas for a Flexible Dinner Menu
Two Weeks Later…
“The biggest takeaway is that I need to think things through and plan—at least a little,” says Amy, who is hopeful that her new flexible shopping list will cut down on trips to the grocery store even when the school year is in full swing. The boys were excited by their cooking lessons, too, she reports. “Evan insists on doing everything himself now,” she says. “And now that I trust he isn’t going to hurt himself, I can let him. I’m more confident about delegating to my boys. I’m sure that there will be mistakes, but that’s the only way to learn.”
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