Does this sound familiar? You’re in the kitchen, desperately trying to make a healthy, homemade dinner. Your oldest child is belting out “Let It Go” from the other room and your youngest has latched onto your leg with the strength of a miniature squid, hindering your ability to get to the refrigerator. You close your eyes and wish someone would help you out.
Overworked parent: Look down and unclasp your little one’s fingers. Call your Elsa into the kitchen. Your team of sous chefs lives under your roof.
Let’s be honest, preparing meals is a necessity of parenthood, but it can also be a fun, engaging way to spend time with your children. Here’s how it can be done.