My husband works full time, and I stay home with our children (and do freelance work in my "spare" time
). I do most of the cooking, though my husband has really come to love cooking in the last few years. Fact is, though, that I am home more so it falls to me most often. Luckily, I love to cook.
The children are small enough that my son grazes all day and my daughter only nurses, so breakfast is a free-for all among the adults and dinner is the family meal. We are apart for lunches, which are easy for me (whatever I want to make or can scavenge in the fridge
) but not so much for him (not having access to the fridge
It's important to our budget that my husband brings his lunch to work. We do occasionally splurge on purchased lunches--his workplace has a terrific cafeteria and sometimes he wants a hot sandwich--but most days he packs a lunch from home.
I have adjusted the way I cook to make this as easy as possible.
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