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I want to become more of a person that celebrates everyday! Celebrations don’t have to be elaborate and they don’t just have to be reserved for birthdays, anniversaries and other special holidays.
I want my kids to know that I recognize their achievements, even if they’re small. My daughter made a 100% on a Math assessment and for me that was a reason to celebrate! I wanted to make one of her favorite meals, which involves white sauce and noodles!
I find that if I make them feel special about their accomplishments, it creates some neat memories for our family. This can be done around the dinner table, which is what I’ve done here.
My go-to meal for my daughter is the Bertolli Chicken Florentine and Farfalle. This meal is so quick and easy. Literally toss it in the pan, heat and eat! My entire family loved it!
There is a Meal for Two or a Family Size which may be good for a family larger than 3 (or if you have big eaters). Of course you can always save the leftovers!
What are some other ways you could Celebrate the Everyday? If you have some ideas feel free to comment and let me know.
Here are a few of my ideas on days to celebrate: Accepted into College, Straight A’s on Report Card, Work Anniversary, Making the Basketball Team, and a Promotion at Work.
P.F. Chang’s also has a frozen meal option that can become your celebration meal without a lot of extra work. Be sure to check your local Walmart Freezer Section for both the Bertolli and P.F. Chang’s Meals for Two or Family Sizes.
Just grab a few the next time you are grocery shopping so you’ll have some in case you need a celebration meal in a pinch. I just keep a couple of my families favorites stocked in the freezer. They should be in your store’s freezer aisle in the Convenience Meals Section.
Set the table nicely and light a candle, and you have a nice and easy dinner to celebrate your special event!
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Mirum. I was compensated for writing this post, however all thoughts and opinions are my own.