Doesn’t cooking with kids take MORE time? Well… maybe… but maybe that extra time is worth it, so that our kids can learn an essential skill for life.
Listen in as Jess talks with Tracy Grossman about:
- Why not just be “June Cleaver” and do it all yourself?
- Practical ideas for including kids in your meal preparation
- Why it’s good for our kids to learn to cook
This episode’s Quick Mom Verse:
“I will most gladly spend and be spent for your souls.” ~2 Corinthians 12:15
Tracy Grossman’s books:
- Simplified Breakfasts
- Simplified Lunches
- Simplified Daytimes: Breakfasts, Lunches, & Snacks (bundle of 3 books)
References, resources, & ideas from this episode:
- Femina Girls: Thinking Thoughts (encouragement for the “why” of homemaking: combating “this is drudgery,” “this is a burden,” “this is a mess,” “why aren’t I in REAL ministry?” “no one appreciates me” defeatist thinking)
- Jess Connell: 13 Easy, Quick Meal Ideas (for the rough days)
- Kitchen Tasks for kids– grouped accord to age
- website: jessconnell.com
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- “Top 25” most popular articles
- book: ONE THING: Top Tip (From a Mom of 6)
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