Thank you so much for your helpful and sweet comments on my my Stitch Fix Review - I think I have decided to keep the black shirt and the flowy cardigan. In between that and Ina's 8 month updates I haven't shared many recipes I have been trying lately - here are a few:
Zucchini squares (made with GF baking mix, but Bisquick would work great) for lunch
Cookie pie (made with oatmeal and chickpeas)
Roasted peppers, potatoes, and chicken sausage (add a salad and you have a seriously easy and tasty meal)
And the regulars offenders -
Watermelon and cottage cheese
Hard boiled eggs
Corn and basil salad like it is going out of style (over the weekend I added quinoa, tomatoes, and red onion and it was the perfect side dish for a grill night)
I also haven't mentioned any workouts, but mostly that is because I have been a total slacker. Ina's sleep strike has continued, so I am going on about 3 hours a night for a week straight.
Because I am a morning exerciser, when my alarm goes off after only a few hours of sleep finding the motivation is extra hard. I have completed a few afternoon exercises - I swam laps Friday afternoon, rode the bike at the gym on Saturday afternoon, and ran 3 miles with Ina on Tuesday afternoon. I better get at it today so that my off days don't outnumber my exercise days. I am pretty sure that doesn't work well with triathlon training.
Lastly - Ina only started crawling two weeks ago and now she is already climbing.
And then getting stuck.
Yesterday morning she tried to help me with the dishes
and after that I told Dan that we couldn't wait any longer - we had to lower the crib.
Thank goodness we did because during one of her many night outbursts I walked in and she was standing up in her crib, screaming her poor little heart out.
Well I think that is quite enough rambling for today. I am off to my WW meeting.
Have a good one!
Question for the day
Tried any new recipes lately?
Any advice on how to get Ina to not scream bloody murder 50 times during the night?