Last night I made and chopped all the fixings for chicken tacos. Everything was set... except our cheese was moldy. Tacos around our house are not tacos unless there is half a pound of cheese piled on top. I packed away all the fixings, shifted gears and made BLT's instead. Quick fix.
Today I headed to town for the girls Doctor's appointment to recheck their ears. (all was well) While I was in town I figured I'd stop by the grocery store to pick up a small list of things I needed from the grocery store which included 2 types of mayonnaise (one super special/dairy free/soy free/slightly difficult to find unless you're at the right store for Lydia and plain old mayo for the rest of the family) and taco cheese for supper's re-do tonight.
I found the mayonnaise-- along with 50 dollars worth of other groceries. What I did not bring home.... taco cheese.
Now, at least the things I brought home were all things Lydia could eat, I think. The store was selling most of their Kosher/Passover stuff for 35-75 cents. This included boxes of cereal, marshmallows and two types of pudding Lydia should be able to have. I figured, hey, so long as I'm testing her on food-- at least I'm not spending an arm and a leg doing it! But of course I didn't find that until AFTER I stocked the cart with tasty treats for the girls which came from the UBER expensive UBER healthy section of the store. Again, things I think Lydia can have based on reading the ingredients, but you know, we're still grasping at straws here.
3 things on my list, 24 things brought home. Some how I think I need to stick to The List a little better.