Well, I am officially 23 weeks along. Only 17 weeks plus or minus a few until we meet our new little dude. Both Luke and I were baffled last night by the size of newborn diapers as I was putting some into our changing. They are just so TINY and we don’t remember Mason being that small anymore. Yikes! I am sure it will be like riding a bike though. Once the little man is in our arms we will immediately know what to do.
We also starting prepping the nursery. For Mason, we painted his room a light blue. We decided to go with yellow this time around and the first paint looked like the sun and I mean a bright sun blew up on the walls. Seriously, you needed to wear sunglasses to even enter the room. Luke showed it to Mason and his response was, “Oh, it is beautiful daddy.” However, we just had to repaint with a more toned down shade of yellow!!
Aside from the prepping the nursery we are also in the process of building Mason (and baby #2) a sand box. We have been letting him play in our unplanted garden bed (aka… what I call the dirt box), but man does he get dirty. Grant it sand is not much cleaner, but at least you can brush it off easier than dirt.
We have also been planting our garden with cold weather crops, such as kale, spinach, peas, onions, green leaf lettuce, carrots, etc. They are coming up nicely and boy I cannot wait to eat them soon! With summer coming right around the corner, I really wanted to make a refreshing smoothie for breakfast. Hence the mix of melon and berries along with salad greens. YUM-O! Hope you enjoy!
- 2 C Spinach
- 1 C Honeydew
- 1 C Watermelon
- 1 Banana
- 2 C Berries, Frozen
- 1 1/2 C Apple Juice
- 1 1/2 C Water
- 1 Lemon, juice
- 1 tbsp Honey or Maple Syrup (optional)
- Add ingredients to blender and mix until smooth.
- If the smoothie is too thick, add an additional tablespoon of water or juice until desired consistency. If too thin, add an additional 1/2 cup of frozen fruit.
- This smoothie was created as a meal replacement (makes 2 - 32 ounce servings). If you are looking for a smaller portion cut the ingredients in half.