Tonight I cooked my very first whole chicken. Why this thrills me, I'm not sure, but I'm quite impressed with myself. Not interesting, you say? Right. You're definitely right.
This picture was taken after I read Baby a book called, "A blessing from above." It is about a kangaroo with an empty pouch who "adopts" a baby bird. It's a sweet book. In a larger image you can see a sweet drop of drool on his bottom lip. Is that not the sweetest sleepy face?
I love these duck towels. Again I ask you, is that not the cutest bath towel face?
This was the church outfit from today. We had the best morning! We were late for church because of a 10:00 feeding, but Baby Guy slept through the service. He woke up just as we were leaving and it was about time to eat again. Lately he has been needing a bottle 1/2 way through the service, so after service we've been going out to eat as he does his post-bottle sleep. I try to feed him at home because it's more comfortable for both of us. Today we braved the restaurant feeding in order to enjoy the first sunshine we've seen in at least a week.
We were on our way to Chili's, for lack of a better idea, when I remembered a burger place adjoined to our favorite ice cream store - Amy's. I signalled to Randy (we were in two cars) to follow me and we changed our course. We had great burgers, each which came with a mixed order of fries and sweet potato fries (um, yum!). We sat in an open-aired seating area and the baby was a doll. Yes, he looked so cute, but also he is such a dream - bright eyed, looking around, smiling, and looking at his daddy as he talked. He's such a miracle.
The left part of this building must have once been a garage and the front door rolls back. Now there is a burger place built on to the left of this old garage and there is outdoor seating, too. It's very cool.
It's 10:pm and I would be wise to go to bed right this minute. I have been going to bed way too late and feeling groggy in the morning.