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26 May 2010 @ 07:40 pm
four weeks and counting  

Yesterday was Young Indiana’s fourth week-iversary. He celebrated by peeing in his own ear. (I still can’t think or type that without breaking down into giggles. :)) Afterward, he got a bath, and then modeled his new bathrobe:

Secret Agent Baby

warm and cuddly

Model Baby

Mama & Babby

Papa & Babby

I’ve been experimenting with homemade breakfast bars, since a snack I can eat with one hand is very useful. This one is pretty good, and I’ve just made this one, except I haven’t tasted it yet and I modified the recipe, so if it turns out to be any good I’ll, er, let you know what I did differently. :) I’ve got two more I’m going to try, too.

Boy. I had a ton of things I meant to blog about, but I’m having a hard time remembering any of them. Oh, I’m guest blogging over at Suvudu, where this week they’re doing a Faerie Week, and where you can potentially win an ARC of TRUTHSEEKER. Go forth, participate!

(x-posted from the essential kit)
 
 
Current Mood: fine
 
 
 
Flitterbyflit on May 27th, 2010 03:59 am (UTC)
I love the peeeer in the last photo.

Quick breakfast variations on breakfast bars: if you like porridge, it will often keep for a few days and it reheats easily. I fortify mine (usually quinoa porridge) with various things like yogurt, nuts, dried fruit, etc. Frittata's another good breakfasty food, as it can even be eaten cold, reheats well, and keeps for a few days or can be frozen.
kitmizkit on May 27th, 2010 07:51 am (UTC)
I have oatmeal every day, pretty much! What I'm really after is a 3am snack which sticks to the ribs a little and doesn't require any thought at, well, 3am. :)
mayakdamayakda on May 27th, 2010 01:18 pm (UTC)
Wholewheat PB&J sandwiches made ahead of time? In a plastic baggie the bread will stay nice & soft.