We had to work in a doctor's visit last week because Caleb had a cough that was worrying me. Everything checked out OK and, while he didn't like being poked or prodded, he LOVED making faces at himself in the mirror. "Oh no, YOU are the cutest widdle baby..."
You all know how I love a good deal and CHECK THESE OUT!! Seriously, $1 for organic hearts of romaine??!! Yes please!! I do believe Scott will shoot me if I sneak another bag of snow peas into his lunch, but you can't pass up $1 produce! Thank YOU, Mr. Manager for your clearance decisions!
And back to my son, who is going through a crazy developmental stage right now. I don't remember the girls doing something new every day, but he seems to figure things out a little more every time I turn around. His latest trick is grabbing the puffs off the high chair tray, although he can't seem to get them in his mouth yet. If you look closely, you can see the blurry little varmint escaping from his mitts.
And not to be overlooked, the dynamic duo makes me smile too...most of the time. They've recently become obsessed with the play cell phone and walk around "talking" to their friends with the thing propped between their shoulder and their ear. The other night, Elizabeth told me she couldn't come to the dinner table because her friend Piper had a crisis on the phone. Yes, my four-year-old knows the word 'crisis.' *sigh*
Who knew they made coconut milk coffee creamer?? It is saving my life on this Paleo kick, since I can't have dairy and think that black coffee is almost as pointless as decaf. The Bailey's is there in case any of my sane friends drop by for a cup.
And speaking of the Paleo challenge, CHECK IT!! BUH-BYE 140'S!!! This was day 3, after I had been stuck in a rut at 141 for two weeks!
When my grandparents moved, I received boxes of boxes of their slides and photo albums from their travels and I've truly enjoyed the process of transferring them to digital. Every week when I talk to my grandma, I get to tell her what trips I took with them that week. This shot is of my grandpa overlooking the Bad Lands, S.D. Right now, I'm in the middle of their trip to the Hoover Dam and last week, it was Mt. Rushmore.
Don't you just love big mugs? We now all have the sniffles and for some reason, tea just tastes better in these Christmas mugs I keep out all year round.
these guys. Life just wouldn't be crazy (or worth it) without them! So blessed!
Happy Wednesday, my friends!