My little snuggle bug has been here nearly two months! She is quite the little roller now and has to be watched carefully. It gives the big kids something to do. She is really a joy! I don't want to wax on poetically about how much my Snugs (that's what I call her because she is such a snuggly little baby) but she really is a sweet baby. She goes to sleep around 12 or 1 am and doesn't wake up until 7 am. That's right; 6-7 hours every single night! The best thing about this is that the school kids leave at 6:20, but Side Salad doesn't get up until 8ish so it's our special time for her to cuddle and nurse uninterrupted.
|Already a fashionista!|
Popcorn is starting to fit in Side Salad's old dipes which is a plus. I do have a few girly dipes on the way for her-an AIO and 2 fitteds. I'll post pics when they get here. I'll post a stash pic then, too. Here's a preview-her in a little Thirstie's warm stripe cover that matched her outfit perfectly. I'm serious. This little outfit had yellow bloomers but the diaper cover looked even better so I ditched it. I think it's much cuter this way-don't you agree?
We live a pretty chill life. She's usually hanging out in the ring sling. It gives her a primo view of the world and my arms a break. I don't know how I raised kids with out it. We've been trying to get out a bit, going to the zoo and parks a lot. P has heinous cradle cap-all the way down to her eyebrows-and sunshine seems to help it quite a bit. Today we went to a local park and discovered that it had a splash pad! Win! I know where we'll be in the mornings this summer. I say mornings because the heat index 'round these parts gets over a hundred. My summer plan is park or zoo in the mornings, library in the afternoon (books and free a/c), stove-free dinners in the evenings. I actually found a fantastic new recipe involving rotisserie chicken and yummy tomatoes at Publix this past week. We'll be eating it tomorrow for dinner. I'll post it below!
12–15 fresh basil leaves, thinly sliced
1 tablespoon fresh Italian parsley, coarsely chopped
1 small shallot, finely chopped
4 large red and yellow (or heirloom) tomatoes
1 Deli chilled rotisserie chicken (plain or flavored)
2 tablespoons white balsamic vinegar
1/3 cup extra-virgin olive (or avocado) oil
1/2 teaspoon dried Italian seasoning
1/4 teaspoon pepper
1/2 cup crumbled feta, goat, or blue cheese
- Slice basil; chop parsley and shallot.
- Cut tomatoes into 1/4-inch-thick slices.
- Remove meat of chicken from bones and chop coarsely (2 cups).
- Prepare dressing by whisking vinegar, oil, Italian seasoning, pepper, parsley, and shallots until well blended.
- Arrange salad on serving plates, alternating tomato slices, chicken, basil strips, and crumbled cheese. Drizzle with dressing and serve.
What's your favorite no-cook recipe?