Friday, September 24, 2010

We're Still Here!

We really are! With our new, sweet baby and Justin back at work, we haven't been doing much cooking. Although I regret not snapping a photo of the short ribs Justin made or the double cut pork chop he cooked when he was home. We're really enjoying some comfort food from my mom and neighbors, Bob and Toni: chicken pot pie, mashed potatoes, stuffed peppers! We've got lots of posts planned so please be patient as we get through the sleepless first few weeks of parenthood.

But in the meantime, here's a shot of a baby bottle we have for little P. It's glass and I love it because it reminds me of an old-fashioned milk bottle. Little P is getting milk from mama not the milkman in this though!


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