Friday, August 12, 2011

A Glimpse - Day 5

Today started off just like any other week day to date.

 

Wake up.  Feed baby in bed.  Pump and play.  Shower and get dressed.

 

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What?  This isn’t how you guys play in the morning?  For the record, Travis is not a fan of this game.  By the way, this is what she makes us do pretty much 24/7 - walk, walk, walk, walk, walk.  Turn.  Walk, walk, walk.  Our backs are not big fans, but she’s so cute, we don’t say no.

 

I had to conduct some interviews for an open position at work today, so I had to run out the door y 7:30am.

 

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And get way overdressed for Fridays (it’s my “jean” day).  For another record, there isn’t a strict dress code at work.  I just really like dressing up.  Fridays is the only day I will wear jeans.  I know - I’m a weirdo.

 

My breakfast consisted of a donut and a half along with some coffee.

 

7:45am until about noon I did interviews (breaking at 10am between candidates to pump).  Then I worked on some tickets and stuffed leftover pizza in my face.  Along with these.

 

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At 12:30pm our daycare called and said Peanut refused to eat anything at school.  I panicked, called Jon and our pediatrician.  The pediatrician was at lunch until 1:30pm, but we received a call from daycare at 1 letting us know she took in 4 ounces (because they told her that they called mommy).  I breathed out.

 

After “lunch,” I had a meeting followed by a meeting followed by, you guessed it, meeting. 

 

Kari, Emily and I decided that we would switch our chairs up for these balance balls to help strengthen our core.

 

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Mine was a little floppy, so Kari blew it up.

 

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Naturally, I made a lot of inappropriate, immature jokes.

 

By 5 I was ready to call it quits and headed out the door. 

 

After picking up Peanut, who was shockingly fussy, I headed home and fed her and let her take a 15 minute nap in my arms while Jon and I caught up on each other’s day. 

 

Around 6pm Jon took over while I decided to make Peanut some beans.

 

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I had a bag or organic and a bag of store brand.  Check out the color difference.

 

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Peanut was not a big fan (or maybe she was just generally fussy today).

 

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We ended up giving her some sweet potato instead.

 

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After dinner and bath, Peanut and daddy had a bottle while I made us dinner (I still haven’t gone grocery shopping, but I was feeling pretty guilty about all this take out).

 

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For dinner: crab cakes with chipotle ranch dressing instead of mayo and whole wheat breading.  Sweet peas on the side.

 

The sweet peas were our side because I started making them for Peanut, then realized that they contained sodium.   I google babies at 6 months and sodium.  I don’t think I want her to have sodium yet.  So we ate them.

 

We ate in front of the TV around 8pm, I pumped (I only had a couple of sips of my wine while I cooked), and now we’re being our usual couch potatoes.

 

Tonight I plan to drink 2-3 glasses of delicious red wine while looking into Wordpress and seeing if I want to do it myself or find someone to transfer me.

 

Jon is a having a couple of beers and reading www.damnyouautocorrect.com and watching Diners, Drive-ins and Dives (yes, we pretty much just watch the Food Network every night; that and my crappy television when I get remote privileges).

 

Bedtime might be pushed back to 10:30pm.

 

Hey, it’s Friday night.  Gotta walk on the wild side.

6 comments:

  1. Even when you "dress down" you look awesome! So jealous!!! I visit auto correct all the time and I will have tears rolling. I love the ones that are between parents and kids cause really who says some of that stuff to their parents on purpose. Kills me! And I too would have made immature comments about inflating the ball. Yes I'm 31, but you can't pass up a comment involving that type of motion! Oh and I love wordpress! Of course you know how ungeeky I am and I only do the basics. It took me almost 2 years to realize I could put my own pic up as a header.

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  2. Yum - crabcakes! I know they're supposedly super easy, but for some reason have never tried making them. Do you have a particular recipe you like? (let us know what you decide about Wordpress...)

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  3. Peanut and daddy had a bottle of wine? ;)

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  4. I so loved having this glimpse into your week! Those crabcakes look delicious.

    A few questions...
    1) Do you make all of P's food? I was doing it until we came to the beach at which point I decided jarred would be easier for a week (have tried Earth's Best and Gerber)...just curious what jarred food you use, if you ever do?
    2) Do you send "real" food to daycare with P?

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  5. The wine, the beer, the Food Network and remote struggle...that exact scenario plays out in our kitchen and on our couch nightly. Love this series!

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  6. 1 - I love her romper! So cute! Again, what brand? Where did you get all these adorable clothes!?!

    2 - I'm jealous that with "nothing in the house" you can still manage to make a yummy looking dinner. (Not to mention that you can get your husband to eat peas, mine refuses.)

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