Pretty pottery! The bowl on the left I bought at a street vendor in Asheville, NC and the mug on the right is one of our Great Harvest mugs from a Fredericksburg potter.
Whipped banana oats with raisins inside and trail mix and sunbutter on top!
And coffeecoffeecoffee. Decaf gets me just as excited as the real deal!
M and I stayed in our jammies for a long time today. It was just one of those sleepy mornings, and I enjoyed living in the moment so much.
We went out exercising/napping after that and then came back to nurse on the couch. I can’t tell you how hard it is to be post-exercise past lunchtime breastfeeding and watching commercials of FOOD on TV. So hungry!!!
This gorgeous sandwich filled every inch of my soul. Turkey + brie with pumpkin butter on whole wheat Cranberry Orange, all toasted up warm and……toasty!
Carrots + pepper with hummus on the side. I’m all out of greens! I generally like to eat one big salad a day, and that’s often for lunch. But sometimes I like being out of lettuce because lunches like this are fun too.
This afternoon we napped/worked and then walked downtown with Matt to get back-to-back haircuts. We both needed them and we played pass the baby. I can tell you that my hair hadn’t been cut in at least 12 weeks, so my ends are very happy to be trimmed. Growing it out long again overall though!
I was reallllly hungry during my appointment (left in such a hurry I didn’t have time for a snack) and when the boys were out strolling they picked up a gingerbread cookie from Paradox for us to share!!
Then we had a quick meeting before I had to run home for a video meeting with the Real Health team as part of the Shorty Awards we are partnering with. Mazen’s first video conference!
Then in a fun, festive Friday fashion, we were invited to dinner with our friends Sarah, John and Slyvia!
I missed a photo of cute Sylvia, but Maze enjoyed meeting another boy who was also there for the evening while his parents were out. John and Matt were on baby patrol most of the evening, and it was so sweet to watch them!
Sarah is such a great hostess! She prepared four courses, restaurant-style!
We started with chips + guacamole to snack on while she prepared the appetizers
An amuse bouche of halloumi cheese with tomatoes and spinach in a vinaigrette
Followed by seared ahi tuna in a spicy mayo
And then the main course
Fish tacos with rice, beans, and guacamole
To end, tastes of Whole Foods cupcakes – raspberry and caramel.
Thanks so much for the invitation Sarah and John!