He saw birds, monkeys, and giraffes. He wore his hat the entire time. He passed out an hour before normal bedtime. Happy first zoo day, baby B.
The most exciting part of Tuesday- besides yelling at every bird, playing with the sprinkler, whenever the fridge is open, and when Jon comes home- is when our farm box arrives. The cucumber is an addition from our garden, and was also an exciting find.
Our strawberries grow in groups of two or three, and are very tiny. So I’ve been saving each one in a bag in the freezer, in the hopes that I can eventually make the smallest, but sweetest, batch of jam.
In the kitchen: The world’s biggest bowl of pasta salad for a summery Sunday dinner.
Outside: We sadly lost part of a big tree in the storm. Our shade will be missed, but the garden will be happy with a touch more sunshine.
Be Your Own Herbalist. For using all the herbs growing in the garden.
The worst bedtime chore: Filling the humidifier. Whoever designed it clearly never tried to do it while also holding a tired baby.
Enjoying: Our weekly box of farm veggies delivered to our door. It’s like back in the day when the milkman came. And they also bring us eggs, and meat, and coffee, so it’s kinda the best.
Hoping: Our biggest tomato will be ready soon! We have bacon in the fridge just waiting to be a BLT!
What a sweet spring gift- little
honeycomb treats wrapped up with a handmade bee card.
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We planted a cutting flower garden this year. All the flower babies are starting to really take off, so I made our first arrangement. It will be fun to have fresh flowers in the house all season long!
I hope this doesn’t jinx us… But look at these huge tomatoes! We’ve got quite a few growing out there, and we bet they are going to get some color any day now.