Every time I try to make Granola, I burn it. every.time.
Cloth diapers really are saving us a boat load of money. Jack is 3 months old and we have only spent $100 on disposable diapers. Woo-hoo.
My nephew should enter the world sometime in the next 24 hours. Jack will have a little boy cousin who is 3 months younger than him. We can’t wait to meet Levi.
I am not cooking as much as I used to, but I still manage to knock out 3 meals a week – we are eating more leftovers these days.
I am almost done knitting Jack’s baby blanket. Unfortunately Walmart is out of my yarn and I only need 1 ball of yarn to finish. Not sure what I will do if they are no longer selling said yarn…
After 3 months of being a mom, my top three products for baby are:
- The Fisher-Price Rock ‘N Play Newborn Sleeper – Jack is still sleeping in our bedroom and this is perfect for night time as well as naps.
- My Kindle Fire – it plays Pandora (we like the Lullabye and Family Folk Song Stations) and it is great for reading books or perusing the internet when I am nursing Jack.
- An elastic hair band for my wrist. This is how I track what side to nurse Jack on… pretty high tech 🙂 I just move the elastic band back and forth to each wrist. It is the easiest way for me to keep track (especially in the middle of the night when I am tired). If you are into techie things, I have heard good things about the Baby Connect ap for iPhone.
A typical day: Jack and Sophie napping on the couch while I work on freelance projects.