Every morning there is a routine that happens. Is it a graceful one? Most of the times it is not. It all boils down to a series of intricate dance moves that generally looks a lot less like a graceful ballet and more like some crazy dance off. You know, the dance offs where there are short limits of time to get it all completed and when you win it is all glory, but when you loose it is a sad, sad day. Oh, and we always pull the quickstep out of the hat. Always the quickstep! One day we will have the rumba or maybe the waltz. One day.
All of the snow we have had lately has made my already crazy mornings a little more chaotic. I find myself out of quick breakfast options because I haven’t been to the store or I’m just out of time because my days are completely backwards and confused. Most mornings we are lucky to have two matching shoes and some type of breakfast in hand as we walk out the door. Poor Graham, the little fella has had so many breakfasts in the car that he probably thinks that is where the meal is served. Truly.
However, I do have a trusty sidekick that has been there for me even before the boys were around. Have you discovered the magic that are the Jimmy Dean Redboxes? Seriously, they have saved the morning more times than I can count. Honestly, they have saved dinner a time or two as well. As luck would have it, we are predicted to have a huge snow storm coming our way tonight or tomorrow so Davis and I braved the “snow crazies” at Walmart yesterday in order to grab a few essentials. Of course, the Jimmy Dean Redbox breakfast of goodness ended up in the cart and Davis wanted one immediately. He settled for just sniffing the box instead.
One of our favorites are the Jimmy Dean Sausage, Egg and Cheese Croissant Sandwiches. The Muffin Sandwiches and Biscuits are also some we love. The boys are thrilled to have a warm breakfast and I’m glad to have the time saver. So, even though we will quickstep through the morning, at least there is something good and hardy in my little people’s bellies (and let’s not forget mine).