Hungry Eyes

Hey guys! Thanks for the well wishes for Jack- he’s doing great. Really it was just the one episode of throwing up and then he was fine for the rest of the day. Weird.

So guess what? I actually got up and RAN this morning. And it was fabulous. I mean, not fabulous in that I am slow as Christmas and have zero stamina (there was a lot of walking involved), but just the fact that I got some exercise, could listen to the music I wanted to, and just had half an hour of alone time. THAT was fabulous. The other great thing was that I was able to get home, shower, read some blogs, drink coffee and eat breakfast in peace before Jack woke up. It made for a much more calm & productive morning. Now let’s just see if I can keep this up… my quads are already starting to feel a little sore. So out of shape.

(Also awesome? ISLA. She’s doing amazingly well in her crib. We’ve been putting her down around 10:30 and she sleeps until around 4:30. I feed her and set her back in the crib- usually awake- and she goes back to sleep until 7:30 or so.)

Today I took Jack to Jump Street, this indoor trampoline place that just opened near us. They have a special little area for kids 7 and under with 3 trampolines and a bounce house. He loved it (that’s him in the green):

Isla and I just chilled while he bounced. Not a bad way to spend a hot afternoon.

Tonight I made Mama Pea’s Thai Veggie Burgers from Peas & Thank You for dinner. I love these and they’re super healthy- ground oats, chickpeas, broccoli slaw, PB, soy sauce, garlic and spices.

I drizzle the patties with teriyaki sauce and serve them on bagel thins with mayo, baby spinach and pineapple. Alongside we had Alexia sweet potato fries (topped with smoked salt- my fave) and broccoli.

Aaaaaand for dessert:

Alright, I’ve got to go feed this little munchkin. Look at those hungry eyes.

Night!

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5 Responses to Hungry Eyes

  1. Katie says:

    Jumpstreet has good groupons. We’re off from school all next week so we’re going to the one at 75 and Royal some morning.
    :) Come join if you want!

  2. Steph says:

    First off, I’m glad to see you are doing better since your surgery! Must be nice to get back to normal life with your kiddos. =)

    Secondly, when you initially put Isla down in her crib, is she awake? Does she cry very much before falling asleep? I need some tips! I can’t get my 2-month old to sleep anywhere other than my arms.

    • heatherwlu says:

      We usually change her diaper, swaddle her and then I’ll nurse her- so she’s either asleep or REALLY close to being asleep when we put her down. Sometimes Brian will walk around with her a while to settle her down before putting her in the crib. No crying- the first couple of nights she fussed a little so we had to go back in there and rock her/nurse a few times, but since then she’s gone right down. And usually she’s awake after the 4:30am feed but will put herself back to sleep when I set her in the crib. Oh- and I put blackout shades on the windows and turn the sound machine ALL the way up on the waterfall setting, which really helps.

  3. Lynda @ Healthy Hoboken Girl says:

    Congrats on running, a great way to start the day. Glad you are feeling better and able to exercise. I absolutely love Mama Pea’s Thai veggie burgers! You made it look better than the cookbook! I think I need to make those again soon! Be well.

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