Just for fun

Strangest advice received at church on Sunday: feed your nursing baby goat's milk when you need to give the baby a bottle

Strangest experience of the day: making my evening snack (a smoothie) on the back patio since there was no place in the apartment where ice and berry crushing wouldn't wake a sleeping child.

Strange baby monitor experience: hearing someone else's child crying (let's hope that's all we hear from their apartment)


Currently reading:
The Legacy of Biblical Womanhood by Susan Hunt
The Abs Diet for Women by David Zinczenko
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey (a recurring entry on this list)
The Bible Speaks Today: The Message of Proverbs

Was reading (with Charlie) but now MIA since the move to the apartment:
The Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes by Kenneth Taylor


Items on the to-do list: 13
Items on the project list: 8

Pieces of insulation missing under our Augusta house: 2 (I guess the inspector who inspected our house before we bought it was the builder's cousin or something)


Candace Piepgrass said...

I LOVE the Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes. We try to read that to Caroline before bed. We can't wait until she understands it when she's Charlie's age!!! Right now she just tries to eat the book :)

Megan said...

The scary thing is that I've actually heard of people having a thing for goat milk. In fact, I had a patient I treated no more than 2 weeks ago (who lives in the country) say to me that if milk prices keep increasing, she's going to start milking her goat.

Marlo said...

Ok, I am racking my brain trying to think of who at church would tell you to do that! How weird!

It's amazing that that's all their inspector found- and that's such an easy fix, isn't it? Something is ALWAYS found at inspections- it's all part of the game. I'm just still SO excited for you that everything is working out so well.