Today I had the pleasure of both boys sleeping at the same time FOR TWO HOURS!! and instead of taking a nap myself, I decided to make chocolate chip muffins, blueberry muffins and a banana bread. Shouldn't I at least try to loose my baby weight and not gain more?
I recently purchased a book by Dr. Mcdougall (Quick and easy cookbook). He's a vegan and his recipes are starch based. I was surprised to find so many allergy friendly recipes. A lot of his recipes calls for rice milk and most of his recipes are actually perfect for Aiden. Last week I made his creamy mushroom soup and today I changed up the recipe a bit and made it a creamy mushroom, broccoli and potato soup. It was really really good. I couldn't believe it that it's even possible to make a soup this creamy without any cream. I will post the recipe I used next week because I will definitely make it again.
He also has a ton of great breakfast ideas. I'm excited to try his milk/soy/egg free french toast! it actually sounds delicious.
And since I can't leave a post without a photo. Here are my boys...
Are they even brothers? One has black hair and dark skin and the other has blond hair and super light skin. I wonder what a third boy would look like (my sister in law does have red hair!)
It has been a lot better being home with a new baby. Aiden is helping out a lot with his little brother and even checks up on him and confirms he's "A-OK" from time to time.
I cried daily when Dylan came home because I didn't know how to manage my time between them.. but it only took a few weeks to get settled in and adjust to the new normal. He no longer cares when I nurse him (he only announces it each time as "Dylan eating boobies!"). I love them!