He surprised me! Mother’s Day started on Thursday when Stephen came home with a bouquet of iris and yellow lilies plus a bar of white chocolate (since dark chocolate makes the baby spit up). Continue reading
I’m thankful, Mom, that you:
Taught me how to sew, and that we made that blue and green apron together. You were tired, but I loved making that special project with you.
Taught me how to cook and bake bread! You showed me the basics and then let me go. I’m thankful I got to grow up on homemade bread and butter, with our homegrown honey too. Continue reading →
Is having a baby a let down in an adult’s life? Some people may think that staying home to take care of a child might be a let down compared to a fast-paced career… and thinking from this perspective sure made a hilarious series that is currently on Netflix!
The Let Down is a seven episode series made by Netflix to highlight common struggles that new parents have, such as sleep deprivation, communication problems with those close to you, and feeling lost among all the newness. Continue reading →
What should you do with all those beautiful greeting cards that you got to celebrate the birth of your baby? These are some of my favorites! (Just tonight I did not have the peepee teepee in place soon enough, so we got a shower onto the floor; that card about this topic is so true.) Continue reading →
All throughout my pregnancy I craved lemons and sourness. Now I have to be careful about eating lemons, tomatoes and citrus because my son likes to spit up if I eat those. Right now I just need to enjoy photos of lemons…I get to share them with you!
The transition from being a pregnant lady to a nursing Mom takes a lot of food! Oats helps with milk production, so this granola recipe is a winner for me because I’ve been chowing down on so much granola these days. The crockpot is an easier clean up than when baking granola with regular pans. I adapted this recipe from a friend’s cookbook–feel free to switch out the nuts and seeds to what you like.
The Story of my inheritance from Grandma Jane goes like this:
My baby boy screeched from the bed because he had slumped over to one side, so I scooped him onto my lap. When him in my lap I wrote out the check and sealed the envelope with the form starting up a 529 College Savings fund for him. Most of the money came from a small inheritance I had received from my Mom after my Grandma Jane had passed away almost four years ago. Continue reading →