So Adam and Trixie and I went to South California for a wedding then to San Diego to take Trixie to the zoo and Sea World. Oh my, it was hard work! But she had so much fun. When we got to the zoo I was bending over tying my shoe and she turns her head upside down to look at me and says "mama, tigers pees?" So cute!
She loved the whales at the sea world, so we bought her a plush one and she runs around making it "SPLASH!"
I am so in love with her. I wonder how it will be possible to love 2 kids this much. Although I trust I will, it's gonna be amazing!
The babies in my DDC seem to be doing fine, yay!
I go in for my 3rd tri ultrasound today to make sure that this babe is growing well and has lots of fluid. I"m a little freaked that they'll bed rest me. ACK!
Rynna.... if you were Canadian you could do those conversions as a child.
hee hee... okay maybe not, but as a child I remember learning some quick ones, 10C is 50F, -40F is -40C, 40C is 100F, but we did learn to do the conversions. It often lead to a conversation as to why such a messed up system, but we do love our metric!
And YAY for turkey success! I started brining my birds a few years ago and that with not stuffing them (making the dressing seperate) I've had the most amazingly moist birds, yumm! This year at Christmas I'm thinking of trying to salt my bird, not brine it, so you seperate the skin from the bird and rub a lot of salt on the meat and then sit it over night and then rinse the salt off, (leaving the skin on), but you won't be able to impart some of the other flavours. Hmmm.... (okay I think a lot about food