You Rock…

Wow, wow, wow!  That’s all I have to say after watching my blog stat counter over the past two days.  The last two posts seem to have generated quite a buzz out there in the blog-o-sphere.  It is so incredibly encouraging to me knowing there are a lot of people out there searching for information on healthy kids’ lunches!

Today’s lunch is in honor of all of you who have spread the word about this blog and who continue to come back time and time again, but most of all…it’s for those of you who have started to make changes in how you feed your own families!   I know all too well how hard it is to break old habits and remember exactly how overwhelmed I felt when trying to come up with a strategy for feeding my family healthier foods.  To all of you who are feeling that way right now..just remember to take baby steps.  Making little changes over time will make the process a lot easier and a lot less stressful.  I’m here to tell you that all the effort you are putting into establishing better eating habits is well worth it!

The “You Rock” lunch includes:  docking station is a p.b. lavash bread/sandwich, ipod is a turkey/cheese sandwich with white american cheese and pepperoni accents, plum, homemade crackers, pesto hummus, cucumbers, & a peanut butter cookie (if peanut allergies are an issue, substitute sunbutter for peanut butter on the lavash bread and swap out the p.b. cookie with a sunbutter cookie)

The lunch box note in the bottom photo is from the Pretty Girl Shop on Etsy.

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2 Responses to You Rock…

  1. Karen says:

    Jamie – you rock!! Thank you for continually inspiring me, you are truly amazing!

  2. Kathleen Rasmussen says:


    In the past few weeks there have been a lot of questions regarding the use of Lean Finely Textured Beef in the school lunch program nationwide. We feel that the beef processed by BPI is very nutritional and increases the safety of hamburger.

    Please read this article in Food Safety News by Nancy Donley.

    For more information on BPI and LFTB you can go to and also to our facebook page “People for the Truth”


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