Ezra came down with a stomach bug on Friday . . . which resulted in a massive public puke at Target. It was a parenting first for me and I would have been quite happy to still kept that box unchecked. After I got him home and cleaned up though, he was all smiles and acted just like normal! I was so worried that Isaac would sporadically start throwing up too, but thankfully he seems to have missed this round!
There have been a few small Baby Sweets purchases, like this headband that doubles as a write off as a photography prop and this sweet twirlable dress by way of a Target gift card. ps :: Tony thinks these flowers are big.
The temperature took a crazy plunge on Saturday, so we holed up and did our best to stay warm, while Tony reffed some hockey in Eau Claire, followed by two overnights practically doing a side job for a buddy.
My eating was on point this weekend, complete with paleo friendly waffles at my parents house Saturday night. I think I've pretty much fully converted, because I thought the waffles tasted pretty bomb and everyone that tried them thought they tasted dry. Below are a paleo "pizza" and chorizo chili.
Isaac has daily told me for the past two weeks that I'm mean and this weekend was a little rough for both of us, due to being so cooped up and the fact that Tony was barely around. I'm pretty sure Isaac got sick of me. Ezra however, man that kid is so good for me. He is just pure sunshine.
Yesterday I had my 1 hour glucose test and I'm so glad to have found out the same day that I passed! The 3 hour was awful with Ezra last time, so I'm really glad to avoid it . . . although I did find out that I'm borderline anemic. Last night our car decided it couldn't handle this weather and we had to bring it in for repairs. Thankfully, Tony was able to make it without needing a tow truck, although it did involve topping out at 15 mph and nearly being rear-ended on side roads twice. I'm exhausted right now. Just really tired, but I'm totally losing myself in these two shots I was able to snag Saturday morning with my Mom's help, just before the cold front came in.