Week in review:
Cozy is enjoying his time as an only child with lots of belly rubs and kisses. Poor little guy's life is going to change. Good thing I have endless love to give!
Here, Cozy pretty much fell asleep and melted into a little puppy fur puddle.
Nothing better than coming home and seeing the new stroller and new blender on the front porch! I love ordering things online.
On our first "free" weekend in a long time, we ran errands, did some shopping, went to the dentist and then stopped by Free State Brewery for lunch. It's so busy and loud there all the time, we could bring our screaming newborn and no one would notice! Score.
I know pictures of food can be annoying but I don't care.
Part of our blender, which we use everyday, started breaking recently. Ehren got excited because that meant it was time to shop for one with a little more power. We ordered this Ninja blender online. It's expensive but for something we use everyday, it was worth it to us. We make smoothies every morning for breakfast before work and they do a great job of keeping us full all morning - partly because of the fiber from the fruit and the protein from the Greek yogurt. We haven't gotten sick of them yet!
Here's the recipe:
- 1 cup of water
- 1 cup of cranberry pomegranate juice (100% juice)
- 2 cups of mixed berries (we buy 2 bags of frozen raspberries, 1 bag of blueberries, and 1 bag of blackberries and mix them all together in a large zip lock bag which equates to about 10 cups)
- 1 single serving container of plain Greek yogurt
- (sometimes we add a banana if we're feeling crazy or if they are getting too ripe)
I finally realized what he was getting at. The very strange but very funny movie "Raising Arizona". In the movie, H.I. McDonnaugh (played by Nicolas Cage) kidnaps a baby (Nathan Arizona) from a very wealthy man and while he's fleeing the nursery with his new bundle of joy, he grabs Dr. Spock's book. And inside this version of Dr. Spock's book was some baby money we have already put to use! Thanks dad!