I sleep well at night, but I tend to go to bed pretty late (12:00) and then wake up at 8:00 with my little monster
. I'm still breastfeeding. My DD is so cute, because now that I have a *little* bit of clear colostrum, she nurses like a little puppy. As in, *really* nurses to try to get it out. She is only 17 months right now, though. I'm definately going to be tandem nursing, and have been reading adventures in tandem nursing to get all the details.
I too wish that everyone is healthy and strong! Eat your greens! And don't eat junk!
I know it's hard, but your baby will thank you. I'm a certified chocoholic, so I should take my own advice.Coconut Curry, by Mamajaza
I don't use recipes, but go by taste, mostly.....
~Garbanzo beans, or lentils (soaked overnight, changed water frequently, and cooked with twice the water for about 2 1/2 hours)helpful hint: don't add any thing to the beans till they are almost cooked...ie. salt....because it causes the outside of the bean to not soften for a lot longer
~Curry powder (which has cumin, coriander, turmeric, and chili pepper in it)
~real sea salt
~coconut milk (from a can)
~garlic (oh, yeah
~grated fresh ginger
~a little extra hot pepper powder if you need the oomf, but omit for little ones.
Cook down, uncovered, till the coconut milk is not too runny
And cook some brown rice (or white rice with saffron
) on the side.
There, you go! Now I'm going to go heat up some leftovers
ETA: I also put some frozen peas in with the curried stuff, for something vegetable, but carrot go well with curried stuff, as do potatoes, instead of rice. Or you could steam some broccoli, cauliflower, or swiss chard.