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Fell asleep snuggled up on my chest. Love that. Tho it makes getting anything done round the house impossible...
Love all the babies! My little cutie on her 1-month birthday!: http://www.flickr.com/photos/geek_patrol/5120880147/ almost smiling: http://www.flickr.com/photos/geek_patrol/5105977106 making a raspberry: http://www.flickr.com/photos/geek_patrol/5106406842/
I have stitches and am still spotting so we're waiting too. A little over 4 weeks pp right now. The increased blood flow from healing down there has made for some, ah, interesting dreams, but gotta admit I'm nervous for the real deal.
I used to be a pretty elaborate cook, but since having DD a month ago we've really had to simplify. My easiest dinner so far is italian sausage with quinoa and greens. I stick the sausage in the oven at 425 to roast while everything else is cooking. Saute the quinoa in butter for a minute or two, then add the water (or even better, stock!) and salt and leave it alone for 20 min. While quinoa and sausage are cooking, braise some greens on the stovetop. Stew is good...
The turkey sausage recipe is super yum. I also adore the sweet potato puree thing with butter and lemon juice - it's my favorite way to eat sweet potatoes.
Great story, congrats on your baby girl! I Vienna Teng too...been singing her songs as lullabies to my own LO.
I named my DD Lilah too (but with an h)! Congrats!
I go OCD and divide the dough up so I get the right number. Like if it makes 24 cookies, I'll divide the dough in half (each half is 12), then half again (6), then half again (3) and then eyeball the 3 cookies from each little dough lump. I do the same thing for meatballs. Yes I realize this is insane.
DD was born 9/27 and DH is going back to work 11/1. Although he has been working half days from home for the last week and will next week too.
Quote: Originally Posted by FairyRae kallyn--what's you're ratio of ground heart to ground beef? Sounds like a great method! I usually mix 1/4 lb heart into 1 lb beef. I second the book rec! Another good one is The Whole Beast: Nose to Tail Eating by Fergus Henderson.
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