Witching hour. It’s a b{8964c77004c80ceb7a483a88d57a7a9902025e52f9fec2df9408e739e584e0eb}$#&, isn’t it?nNoah has grown out of it now, but my goodness, those first couple of months were tough! With a toddler and a newborn to bath, dress, read to and get ready for bed, I can’t imagine what I would have done if I’d needed to cook dinner, too. Before Noah was born, I spent some time preparing meals so when he arrived, I didn’t have to think about cooking for a little while. We had 6 weeks worth of main meals frozen, so all I had to do was prepare fresh salads/veggies. It was a lifesaver, at a time when all I wanted to do was focus on getting us all used to being a family of four. I’ve been prepping food like this for years (although not on this grand scale)! Each week, I’ll do 2 cook ups, and the food lasts 3-4 days. The cooking takes about 1.5-2 hours on average, but it’s so worth the time, as each day I can just reach into the fridge and reheat meals, and focus on doing other things that are important to me. We filmed a quick video to give you an insight into our food prep – some meal ideas, how long it takes…nPlus, a very animated 3 year old, who proves to be very chatty! Enjoy!