That booty shake move looks awfully familiar 🤔🙈
For the mamas ✨ “A few weeks ago, my baby gave me a flower. Never mind that he needed Daddy’s help to pick it, or that it was missing a few petals, or that he wasn’t entirely sure he wanted to let it go. It was—and is—the most gorgeous flower ever given or received. Silver and gold wouldn’t buy it from me. Later, I pressed it into his baby book. I watched myself, a woman at her kitchen table flattening a wilted daffodil onto a page, and I was amazed. When in the past nine months of midnight nursings and teething and drooly kisses did I become a mother? For so long I saw my hands as the hands of a working woman on her own, hands making a living. Now I saw hands that have changed hundreds of diapers, washed and folded a thousand tiny socks and shirts, held a tiny, searching mouth to my breast late at night, held my baby dancing in the kitchen, and eased him down into sleep. Seeing those hands, I understood something that has been at the edge of my consciousness since I first took my son in my arms and inhaled his newborn smell. These aren’t just my hands anymore; they belong to a lineage of mothers a planet wide and millennia old. I was a woman on an April evening in a kitchen in my corner of the world, catching time between the pages of a baby book, and at the same time, I was my mother, her mother, a mother somewhere on another continent carefully tucking a flower into the pocket of her skirt, a flower you couldn’t buy from her with silver or gold. We don’t know each other, but all over the world and all through time, we’re gathering up wilted flowers and misspelled love notes, and every single one of us knows the fierce, singular ache that’s love and pride and sadness all mixed into one. I thought I’d become a mother the day my baby was born. It isn’t so. Mothers join the ranks slowly, gradually, one caress, one diaper, one feeding at a time. And then one day we look down, and there they are: the hands of a mother, gently and with enormous strength doing the most important work on earth.” -Laura, from the Womanly Art of Breastfeeding
Dreaming of breakfast on the deck and lunch in bathing suits ☀️🌿 One year ago that was possible but today it's 28 degrees so we wait... Come on, Spring!!!!
I have a few of these framed prints at super reduced prices left in the shop so snag them while you can 🌸🌿 Quantities and prices 👉🏻 1 X-Large Framed & Matted Wildflowers $26 (SOLD) 1 Large Framed & Matted Wildflowers $17.50 (SOLD) 1 Large Framed & Matted Love You, Mean It $17.50 2 White 5x7 Framed Keep It Light $14.50 1 White 5x7 Framed Do You, Be True $14.50 1 Wood 5x7 Framed Do You, Be True $14.50
I told myself I'd post a different image other than food today but why hold back on whatcha love?! Taking it old school this morning with my first boo, before the trendy taco stole my heart... breakfast hash. She's nutritious, colorful and most important, deeeelicious, as Hadley would say. I'm not sure why she's a she but anywho, recipe below 👇🏻 🌱🥑🍳🍄🍅🌱🥑🍳🍄🍅 Sauté onion, sweet potato and mushroom with rosemary Place on a bed of raw greens and sliced tomatoes Top with some over easy eggs Add avocado, chives, radish and hot sauce Add bacon, steak or chicken if you looking for that meat 🐽
I may never show my face again, just food 😹 This bison chili is hitting the spot on our snow day!! Or should I call it ice day? Either way, me and my mimosa are cool with it 😏 ❄️❄️ R E C I P E ❄️❄️ 2 lbs ground bison Sautéed onions and bell peppers Packet of McCormick's chili seasoning (I like to mix mild and hot) 1 can dark red kidney beans 1 can diced tomatoes and green chilies 2 large cans whole or crushed tomatoes 1 can corn Top with shredded cheddar, sour cream, avocado, jalapeños, corn salsa, chives or whatever else your ❤️ desires!
I have been loving these black bean breakfast bowls lately as an alternative to my beloved tacos. Super filling and quick if you already have leftover taco filling! If you're not a fan of bland canned black beans (like me) but still want something quick, try cooking onion and peppers in some coconut oil before adding the beans. Add some cumin or chili powder if you want some spice 🌶
Another day, another breakfast taco 🌮🍳 Can we talk tortilla for a minute? Josh and I have the flour vs corn argument often but I'm so into the corn these days. Ultimately, I do not discriminate against ANY taco 😋 I can't seem to figure out a fool-proof method for prepping them though and it's really getting to me. 9 times out of 10 they fall apart, usually all over my face. Do you have any tips for me?? Recipe is in the comments 👇🏻
I cannot freakin' wait for our forest to bloom!!!! 🌳🌿🌱🐞🐛🦋🐸🦅🐢🍄🌷🌸🐿🐰