We got the rest of our cloth diapers in the mail. I can't wait for our little girl to poop all over them.
We had a breakfast to celebrate my dad's 67th birthday and he loves blueberry anything, so I made blueberry muffins from scratch (from Cook's Illustrated).
Ehren lifted up my shirt to rub my belly while I was cooking and when he was done saying hello to our daughter my shirt just kinda stayed there.
The muffins were delicious! Never again will I make them from a box. Okay, maybe I will once this little monster takes over our lives.
One thing on our to do list for the weekend was to clean out the garage. I knew Saturday was going to be beautiful out (70s and sunny) so I figured that would be the perfect day to get this not-so-fun project done. I hated pulling into our garage because of this image:
No, Ehren, now is not the time to shoot hoops.
And this is what Cozy did while we cleaned out the garage. We invited him to hang out in the garage with us but he preferred to watch from inside.
We cleaned everything out and moved it into the yard… including two toilets and a sink. Classy, huh?
We power-washed the garage floor to get rid of saw dust, salt, dirt, tile dust, and who knows what else. I forgot to take a picture of the final product but we got rid of a lot of stuff and it is way less cluttered than before. I hope it stays this way for a while.
Men, boys… avert your eyes. This is about to get girly. I heard from one of the girls in my child birth class about making padcicles to use after birth. You take sanitary pads, add witch hazel, aloe vera, and lavender oil and then freeze them. It's supposed to create cool, soothing relief of the lady parts following the trauma that is childbirth.