This past weekend I snapped a few fun pictures with two week old Grayson! These were Pinterest inspired. With some decent lighting, Paul's baby blanket, and some of our favorite books we had an easy and fun newborn mini photo session. After making sure baby was well fed, my little helper (Brody) and I snapped a few pictures, and I love how they came out!
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Sunday, October 5, 2014
Friday, October 3, 2014
I purchased this Premium Slicer from Amazon.com after seeing so many Pinterest recipes, pictures, and ideas. I've had it for a couple months now and must say I absolutely love this spiralizer. You definitely want to use larger vegetables for best results, and I'm happy to say it's a breeze to clean.
I love that this spiralizer offers a way to enjoy eating low carb "noodles" without removing any flavor. There are so many great ways to cook or eat them raw. I like to saute them with olive oil, onions, garlic, grape tomatoes, and sprinkle a little feta.
Overall a great product I use weekly, definitely something every kitchen needs.
How adorable is Grayson in his crochet outfit!!? We all enjoy fishing, so it was the perfect match. Doesn't he make a good fishing buddy? The outfit was for sale on Etsy.com for under $40. One of our favorite sites for hand made items. Crochet baby outfits are cute, fun, and make for great newborn pictures. Such a sweet stage!
Thursday, September 18, 2014
He's finally here, seven days after my due date. This big guy arrived 9lbs 4 1/2 oz 22 inches long born at 6:11am. Grayson is a healthy, breastfeeding champ! We are so blessed and happy to finally have him in our arms.
He's surrounded by love, especially from big brother Brody. Welcome to the family, Grayson!
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
I love trying new foods, and thanks to Moms Meet I got the chance to try out WORLDFOODS sauces and marinades. WORLDFOODS only uses authentic herbs and spices along with 100% natural, fresh ingredients to create each of its unique flavors. For over twenty years they’ve been developing recipes using natural ingredients. Each of their sauces is crafted by a team of master chefs, nutritionists, market researchers, food tasters, and everyday ordinary users to find the perfect balance of quality and flavor.
The sauces offer a great, simple and quick way to add variety to dinner time. The prices vary by retail location, you can go here to locate their products as well as print a coupon.
The brand currently makes 65 different sauces, dips, and marinades all of which are inspired by the tastes of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, China, and India. It's like bringing a taste of culture to your dinner/lunch plate. These sauces are perfect for those with certain diet restraints, each of WORLDFOODS' products are both allergen and gluten free! You'll also be happy to know they're free of added oil, trans fat, artificial ingredients, preservatives, or food flavor enhancers.
One of our favorites was the red curry sauce used to marinate chicken, we added in rice with veggies as well as whole wheat bread. The flavor was unbelievable, and it was great to know there was nothing artificial about it. Paul complimented my cooking the first night we tried WORLDFOODS sauce, little did he know how easy their tasty sauce made cooking dinner. ;)