Pretty, Happy, Funny, Real

Its been busy around here. I’ve not really gotten the hang of making use of my time to the fullest, which is frustrating, but I”m getting better. Often times I wonder, at the end of the day, what I’d accomplished. At first, I feel like I got nothing done, but then I begin to remember… I got the diapers washed, hung out, taken down and put away. I ironed 3 of Hubby’s shirts (they look so much nicer ironed!). I took a nap with my baby boy. When I spend a fair bit of time just nursing (and reading while nursing), I feel unproductive until I really start thinking about it.

But today… what’s going on today?

{Pretty and Happy}

I’m making apple butter! I got to use my mother’s peeler/slicer/corer, which was fun.

I started in a pot too small, so I had to move it when it started to boil.

My plan was to donate these to be sold at the Arts and Craft sale, Nov 13, to raise money to help Leah Grace in her transplant costs. But I added in some leftover applesauce… which has high fructose corn syrup in it. Drat. Wanted these “all natural”. So, I guess this batch is for me and I’ll get more apples to make for the Arts and Crafts sale.

{Not really all that funny, but its fun}

I’m trying to figure out ways to use up fewer things. So, I’m trying out freezing meats and such in “reusable” containers, instead of ziplocks. 

{So very Real}

And Peanut is working hard on his basic dexterity. Look at this!

He pulled the chew toy off from the rings. That’s a strong little boy!

Can you tell he is currently an only child?

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2 comments

  1. Tending to and nursing a baby is a FULL time job! Don't put yourself down for not getting anything else done! You are doing the most important work of all πŸ™‚ You have the rest of your life to cook and clean and "accomplish" things – for now – enjoy your sweet baby – he is adorable! πŸ™‚

  2. Understand the need to feel accomplished. It's so hard just to enjoy "being" without all of the usual "doing". I can't wait til I can look after grandchildren and just enjoy them without having to "do" anything else like I'm sure I did in my early mothering years.


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