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My husband is an important part of the selection, so that our entire family can be well nourished.
For him I’ll have a lot of chicken pot pies, farmhouse chicken or turkey casserole, chili etc. He isn’t much for soups and sandwiches, so I’ll plan for those as lunch foods or as school day foods, when it is just Noah and I eating dinner at home.
I think it is essential that every family put as much prep into planning for their postpartum weeks as for their birth or the baby’s room, or maybe even more!
I spent a ton of energy and time planning last time for postpartum, and will do even more next time.
I’ll label my freezer shelves and spaces with stickers designating areas for each type of item.
How I’m choosing meals: Since this is my second, I know what meals I will crave…
the foods that made my body feel so good after my son was born. And since it will be summer, I’ll be making plenty of meal kits for going straight onto the grill, especially steaks and kabobs.
I will likely plan a few weeks where we eat more simply (sandwiches, soups etc) so that we can stock up on extra steaks and other things. Freezing, Storing, Packing and Organizing: When things are in the freezer, I’ll organize them in a variety of ways…
In my freezer I will have an area for dinners frozen in family sized portions. Dinners with multiple frozen components will be stored in plastic grocery bags (somehow we do occasionally bring them home, although I try not to!
I plan on making 2-4 things to freeze per week as our budget allows.