|Kindof. I do dumb things when I'm this sleep deprived.|
|Notice how there are not one, not two, but THREE kids?|
1.) Our CSA / People who brought us food. Food is something I SO have not figured out yet. Finding the block of time required to cook something has been... a challenge. Literally the first time I was able to do it was nearly 4 weeks after this guy was born:
|The first thing I cooked post-partum. I took a picture I was so proud. Baby Steps, right?|
|Smoothies - highlight of the CSA according to the kids.|
|Roasted red potatoes, fennel, and onion. Basically everything roast-able that was in our bag chopped, tossed w/olive oil, salt, and pepper, and thrown in the oven until done. YUM.|
2.) The Mei Tai. Someone doesn't like to be put down. Ever.
|Hint: It's the small one.|
|YEAR OF UPGRADES, BABY!|
|The Dude at a PARK. He is obsessed with PARKS. The other day my mom made me breakfast and then took him to the park while I fed a baby and let my ankle rest. Seriously. My mom is awesome.|
4.) Summer Camp. So I signed my daughter up for this little preschool summer camp program for the month of July thinking it would be really good for her. That by July she'd be sick of hanging out with babies and need some interaction with kids her own age. I was totally right about that:
|Some of us dressed much more stylishly than others.|
All of this is hard but none of it is impossible. Good to know.
5.) These Guys.
*Oh the Bjorn. We loved the Bjorn. It was good stuff. And then sometime between our first kid and now they came out with all of this nonsense about how wearing them forward facing isn't good anymore. Which, fine. FINE. We'll not do that this time. I really do try to stay on top of the latest recommendations by doctors and such but the more kids I have the more I realize that no one really knows anything. Seriously don't even get me started on Peanut Butter or the Pertussis vaccine. Way to tie parents in knots, American Association of Pediatrics!