I am in the same boat with Jayke involved in two sports. We are never home during the week. We always grill out on the weekends and make a ton extra. That way I just heat up the meat and microwave some veggies. Green Giant steamers are my friend!
After 6 long years of TTC and a traumatic birth... I finally got to hold my baby in my arms!
'Delight yourself in the LORD and he will give you the desires of your heart.'Psalm 37:4 2006 start TTC
2007 Start w/ RE (Endo and MFI previous marriage)/ 2008 Vericocele surgery/3 clomid cycles2009 Lap removed stage III endo/ 2 failed IUI/ Divorce
2011 RemarriedOctober 2011 Dx: Endo & DOR/ November 2011- clomid & TI cycleJanuary 2012 IVF~ Flare protocol 10 ER/ 9 mature fertilized with ICSI/ ET- 2 Grade A Blasts/ 4 frozen= BFNFebuary 2012- -Endo Biopsy/ MTHFR diagnosis March 8- FET 2 grade A blasts= BFP!!!!
November 2012- Charles was born by emergency C-Section
Dealing with:Stage III Endo/ DOR/ MTHFR two mutations C677T & A1298C
Currently TTC #2 FET planned January 2014
Another trick I do is make the kids something quick easy (chicken nuggests, mac n cheese) to eat before practice and then make a real dinner for DH and I after we get home. Then those left overs are what the kids can eat the next night for dinner.
This time of year we hardly ever get to sit down and all eat dinner as a family but if DH and I eat late I'll fix the girls a snack to eat while we eat dinner. The bonus part of that is they usually want whatever we're eating whereas they'd act like it was dogfood if I served it to them earlier