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Cameron’s One Year Update!

Ok I know, I rarely blog anymore.  Does anyone still read? Anyone? Bueller?  It’s fine, even if I’m writing to myself over here, I figured I needed to write an update on Cameron since it’s been a full year!  If you recall, he came into this world a bit early and unexpected, but absolutely perfect.Cameron’s One Year Update! 2I have heard before that no two babies are the same, and I would say that only sort of qualifies in the case of my two babies.  Both Paige and Cameron were predictable babies, getting on a schedule fairly early on.  Neither of them were “easy” but also not difficult.  No colic or uncontrollable crying, generally easy to please.  Paige slept through the night at 6-weeks (yes, you read that right) and Cameron? Well, he still sometimes wakes up at 3am and I feed him (I know, I swore I’d never do that, but here I am!).  I don’t really mind it, to be honest, it’s a nice time for Cameron and I to have some peace and quiet, mommy-son time.  Do I enjoy the 50% of the time he sleeps through the night? Hell yes.

Another big difference between the two of my children is the nursing.  With Paige I exclusively pumped , but with Cameron he nursed well from the moment he was born.  I did have both of their frenulums cut, but I think with Paige I wasn’t patient enough to allow her to learn how to nurse with her “new tongue”.  Looking back, I regret that.

Cameron is my snuggle bug.  He snuggles constantly.  Nick and I say he likes to burrow into his bed (that’s when we know he’s tired) and he does the same thing on our chests.  He especially loves burrowing into me (probably because I have boobs!).  When he starts laying his head on my shoulder and sucking his thumb, I know he’s tired.Cameron’s One Year Update! 3Cameron had about six ear infections up until he was eleven months, when I finally got ear tubes put in.  Since then? Zero.  Thank goodness.

Cameron is a picky eater, compared to Paige at this age.  He loves meat and likes some vegetables but really doesn’t have any interest in fruit.  Paige used to eat anything I put in front of her.  Of course I’m not going to stop giving Cameron all foods, I will continue offering all foods he has shunned, in hopes that one day he will try and like them!  He really enjoys meatballs with sauce, pasta, dried fruit (not fresh), butternut squash, avocado toast and yogurt.  I plan to continue nursing him until he’s 24 months, or until he weans himself.  I would like to nurse in the morning, once in the afternoon, and once at night (and give him one cup of milk or yogurt everyday as well).  Here is his current eating schedule;

  • 6am/7am nurses (probably gets 2-3 ounces)
  • 8am eats breakfast at babysitter’s (whole grain waffle, muffin, banana, yogurt, Cheerios, That’s It bars )
  • 10:30am bottle or nurse
  • 11:00/12 lunch — loves meat sauce and pasta, meatballs, squash, carrots, baked beans, avocado toast, pizza, pumpkin, peas (sometimes), green beans (sometimes)
  • 3pm bottle or nurse (after he turns one this will be yogurt or milk)
  • 5/5:30pm dinner (he isn’t a huge dinner eater, he typically eats about 3 Tbsp worth of food)
  • 7pm nurse, goes to bed

Cameron never stops moving.  He gets into everything and is curious about the world.  If I bring him anywhere, he wants down so he can crawl at the speed of light and just explore all nooks and crannies.  Cameron is close to walking, but still prefers to drop to her knees and crawl (because he’s fast as hell!).

Cameron loves to smile, laugh, and also whine for mommy. Literally the moment I get home he can’t get enough of me.  He basically wants me to hold him from the moment I get home until the moment he goes to sleep.  The best way to make him happy though (other than me picking him up) is with a nice walk in the stroller. He just sits there and watches everything, and doesn’t make a sound. It’s the cutest thing.  Sometimes I carry him in my B’jorn but shit he’s heavy!Cameron’s One Year Update! 4There are many things I’m looking forward to about the next year, for starters I’m looking forward to merging his two naps into one.  It’s difficult to make any weekend plans when there are two naps I need to plan around.  I’m also looking forward to pumping less at work (I was pumping three times, now I’m pumping twice, and in a few months I plan to go to one time). I’m looking forward to Cameron “playing more”, rather than mindlessly just making a mess.  I love it when they start learning how to do things….you know?

There are of course things I’m not looking forward to; mainly..two year molars.  I recall Paige getting hers around a year and a half and it was miserable for all parties.Cameron’s One Year Update! 5And last year’s photo…..Cameron’s One Year Update! 6I will say it was rough at first, with a two and a half year old and a newborn.  It especially got rough when Paige turned three and she, surprisingly, got even more difficult than she was at two and a half.  Everyone had warned me that age three was the most difficult, but I insisted they were wrong; “it can’t get worse”, I would say.  Well, it did.  After buying about ten books on Amazon to try to figure out how to deal with our strong-willed, shy, reserved, yet completely outgoing and energetic child, I think I’ve figured her out.  An update on Paige is next on the blog. Stay tuned!

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New Year, New Cabinets, And The Best Shoes of 2011/2012

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

I’m happy to say that on the last evening of 2011/first evening of 2012, I had the hottest shoes in town. Ladies were even commenting on them in the bathroom. Seriously, they were worth the $40 (discounted from $90) at White House Black Market. And to be honest, they were pretty darn easy to walk in.New Year, New Cabinets, And The Best Shoes of 2011/2012 8

And other than the shoe picture, this was the only picture I have from New Year’s Eve. I made a resolution to not take pictures if I don’t feel like it. And I didn’t feel like it.New Year, New Cabinets, And The Best Shoes of 2011/2012 9

We actually had a lot of fun this year on New Year’s Eve, because we didn’t make a big deal out of it. Isn’t that always the case? For many years my friends and I would get so excited about New Year’s Eve, and we’d make it into such a huge deal, then it was never as fun as we hoped. This year we had a nice dinner then went back to our friend’s house to relax and watch the ball drop. It was perfect. Now that it’s the new year I just have to pray that I get any time to breath, as work is going to start picking up (you know, new year’s resolutions and all….) and I can no longer be in relaxed holiday mode  Oh well. You know me, I love to be busy!

Speaking of busy, Nick and I have been working on our nasty cabinets for the past month and a half.New Year, New Cabinets, And The Best Shoes of 2011/2012 10

We knew we could never make our kitchen bigger, but back in 2011 Nick and I both knew we could at least make our kitchen look nicer by taking down these ugly cabinets (which look a lot nicer from far away, if you can believe it…..) and painting them.

During the past month we have been living with the food, utensils, and other equipment from our cabinets scattered around our house…New Year, New Cabinets, And The Best Shoes of 2011/2012 11

Once the cabinets were painted we started putting things back and we’ve been living without the doors for about a week, while they get painted. Can you tell the cabinets were painted? Probably not, but I promise you they look MUCH better. They were previously stained in numerous places, chipped, and turning yellow. I know, gross.New Year, New Cabinets, And The Best Shoes of 2011/2012 12New Year, New Cabinets, And The Best Shoes of 2011/2012 13

The doors received their last coat of paint last night and will be added to the cabinets today. They will also be planed so they shut correctly. We’re also going to add those neat gadgets that help your cabinets close slowly. So after everything is finished we will have gone from white, stained, chipped, uneven, and loud cabinets to cream, smooth and stainless, planed, and softly closing cabinets. I love it. I couldn’t be more excited!

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Grand Opening and a WINNER!

There are many rules about blogging when you work in the corporate world. Because of those rules, I wasn’t allowed to post about the opening of the first Market District in Ohio until after it opened. Well, it’s October 16th, and the newest Market District has now been open to the public since Thursday!

I can’t show you pictures from the inside, but I will show you my dietitian sign;Grand Opening and a WINNER! 15This is displayed right over my head so that all customers know where to find me. And look, it’s spelled correctly! Not that I would expect anything less from Market District. If you want to go on a virtual tour of the Market District in Pittsburgh, which is very similar to the one in Ohio, check out their website.

Here are some pictures from outside;Grand Opening and a WINNER! 16Most of these pictures were taken while construction was still underway.Grand Opening and a WINNER! 17Grand Opening and a WINNER! 18Grand Opening and a WINNER! 19

Did I mention that I am now neighbors with Nick? Yep, he opened a new restaurant right next door!

Yes, the dietitian is dating the manager of Burgers, Dogs, and Fries. But don’t fret. They also sell locally made veggie burgers, which are apparently amazing. Why don’t I know firsthand? They contain onion and garlic, which as you all know causes me mad bloating and gas. I think I’ll pass. They also sell turkey dogs and turkey burgers, and may even start selling whole wheat buns soon!Grand Opening and a WINNER! 20

Nick and I both happen to work less than a mile from our home. We both plan on riding our bikes to work on most days, but as of now we only have one bike, so he’s been riding it and I’ve been driving. I hope to buy him a bike of his own for Christmas.Grand Opening and a WINNER! 21

On opening day the place was PACKED! I made about 700 of these….Grand Opening and a WINNER! 22

I called it a pumpkin and yogurt parfait:

– 1 layer pumpkin (pureed pumpkin, cinnamon, and nutmeg)

– 1 layer Stonyfield Banilla yogurt (banana and vanilla!)

– Sprinkling of walnuts

– Squirt of whipped creamGrand Opening and a WINNER! 23

At home you could make this parfait in a pretty parfait dish. This was a HUGE hit!!

I’m loving my job so far, and everyone with whom I work. Yes, it’s a TON of work (even on my days off…) but overall it’s a job I hope to have for a very long time. Please come visit soon!

And by the way….the winner of my giveaway is…… KIMMY J!!! Please e-mail me your address at [email protected]

Now I’m off to get ready for the big OSU game tonight against Wisconsin. Nick and I are planning on watching the game in the privacy of our own home, while sipping on some Oktoberfest beer  Have a fatastic and healthy weekend everyone!

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A Day of Hiking

Today’s post is going to be almost wordless. Why? I don’t feel like typing. I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves. Before I share my pics I want to say HAPPY NATIONAL EAT YOUR VEGGIES DAY!! Yeah, who knew, right?! In honor of this day I plan to eat some pumpkin, cucumbers, squash, and fresh tomatoes. How about you?

Yesterday we went to The Inn at Cedar Fall s in Hocking Hills, Ohio. Our plan was to do some hiking, eat a nice lunch, then get a massage, but after the hike we were so tired and ready to go home, we skipped the massage! We were exhausted and a massage would have put us to sleep. Plus we couldn’t all get in at one time, which was a real bummer.

Here are the pictures of our day trip, with as few words as possible.

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Right as we started our hike we realized (obviously, after three days of RAIN) it was really muddy. We ended up hiking about 10 miles. That may not sound like a lot, but our bodies felt each one of those miles! There were a ton of hills, and zero flat land. I didn’t take many pictures because a lot of the scenery was kind of ugly (from the rain). I did take pictures of the beautiful water falls.

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This is the fire tower that marked the half-way point.

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The view from the top.A Day of Hiking 37We stopped at a market on the way home. They sold tons of plants, plus some fresh tomatoes, zucchini, onion, cucumber, peaches, and rhubarb! I ate some of the tomato and zucchini when we got home. They both tasted heavenly.

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This is me, Susan, and Ruth (two family friends of ours).
We had to get a picture on the wagon

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Tomorrow I will post about fat. Hopefully after tomorrow’s post you will love it as much as I do.

I hope you enjoyed the pictures! Thanks for stopping by.

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Although…

Although We Aren’t Married……

We bought a house together, and we couldn’t be happier.Although… 41Although our new house is small and in need of updates…..

We love it.Although… 42Although we paid a lot for such a tiny house…..

The neighborhood and schools make it completely worth the money.

Although the floors and cabinets in our kitchen are pretty awful…..

The marble counter-tops, tons of cabinet space, and window to the outside (which I did NOT have in the apartment) make up for it.Although… 43Although… 44Although… 45

Although the curtains that came with our small dining room are pretty ugly….

We’re able to deal with them for the time being.Although… 46Although there is a gigantic maple tree in our front yard that is going to cost us $1000 to prune and manicure……Although… 47The back yard and the giant garage are perfect. We already know where our garden will go, and I no longer have to park in a parking lot!Although… 48Although… 49

Although our living room needs painted, needs blinds, and new curtains (yikes)……

The hardwood floor and giant fireplace sold us right away.Although… 50Although the closet space throughout the house is pretty lousy…….

I’m lucky enough to have a boyfriend who is ok to make the laundry room into his closet (he’s still working on perfecting the “look”. He is a laundry fanatic, he actually loves having his closet in the laundry room!).Although… 51The largest closet is the one upstairs. I haven’t even filled it yet. That’s awesome.Although… 52Although the upstairs carpet is uglier than sin……

I finally have an office where I can escape and find peace. I still use the ironing board for my “stand up desk”, but we plan on putting a shelf in soon.Although… 53Although… 54Although I already miss the apartment gym…..

I purchased a yoga mat, 5 pound ankle weights, and an ab ball to use in addition to my weights and resistance band. We are also located right next to a park and running path!Although… 55Although my bathroom is small and needs updated eventually…..

It’s my own and I can finally take baths.Although… 56Although the basement isn’t really “finished”…..

Nick finally has a place to himself where he can escape and find peace (this is the bathroom that is located in the laundry room. Yeah it’s kind of strange to have a random shower and toilet in the laundry room, but it’s a full bathroom!).Although… 57Although… 58Sorry, we’re still working.Although… 59Although our master bedroom is not complete (we are waiting to paint before we hang our pictures and do more decorating. We are also waiting for our bedding to come in the mail any day!)…Although… 60Although… 61
We do have a guest bedroom, so you’re welcome any time! Yes, it also needs some updates.Although… 62Although we have about 5 years of work to put into this place, Nick and I are ready for the challenge. We bought this house knowing we would be spending a lot of money to make it perfect. We are in no rush to get it completely updated, as long as it’s ready by the time wea) have kids and b) want to sell it! We are simple people and it doesn’t take much to make us happy. We’ve moved to the best suburb in Columbus and we are so proud. Thanks for stopping by  Come again!

Giveaway Update
Coco of Balance, Joy, and Delicias, is having a coconut flour giveaway, check it out here!

Coming Up

Today Nick and I are going to start tackling the yard (if it stops raining). I also have some work to do for work, which will mainly involve getting caught up on class preparation and dietary consultations! Tomorrow, or Tuesday, I will post about some new meals I’ve created, and I’ll also give you a look inside our cabinets and freezer.