How much bread does one family of 7 need to consume in a week? We learned our lesson two years ago when we brought about 5 loaves and ran out halfway through the week (a sandwich-for-lunch lovin’ group!). We had to go to Food Lion and pick up something from the shelves. It just didn’t cut it.
This time we are prepared.
We have also progressed from a few cases of beer to two small kegs. Geez. Overkill?
I also have all of my blogging tech gear in tow.
I can’t even imagine when we also have baby gear to bring too…. we will need a mini van for sure.
I sipped on this pineapple + berry + milk + yogurt smoothie during a call this afternoon
And in-between packing categories, Matt and I reheated last night’s pizza. Oven at 400* for 10 minutes and it tasted brand new!!
There was not a hint of leftover about it. (Which is good because I dislike leftover pizza!) One of each flavor for me.
Plus a pile of sauteed garden chard. I ate 75% – a good amount!
OH – and everything looked normal at my ultrasound today!!! SUCH a relief. I was a little worried that I was heading in the direction of pre-term labor due to some funny feelings down below (see this post for the why) but thankfully things not only looked normal but they were more normal than before. AND the baby was head down!!! I’m so glad to know he is capable of going that direction : )
Check out this photo of his nose and mouth we got when we had an unexpected belly ultrasound! I wasn’t expecting to get to see him OR get any photos! He’s cute!
I have nearly all of my BERF posts written for the next 10 days (WOO!) and all my ducks in a row on my other projects for vacation. Of course I’ll be blogging all the food ‘n fun on KERF, but I decided I’m going to take a break from blog reading (which is sad because I hate to miss out on fun announcements or important posts) so I’m going to feel very lost when I return! Someone fill me in on anything big that happens!
Starting vacation off with some reading – and an early bedtime because we’re early to rise!