Window of Free Time

A huge project recently finished. An even huger project reached a new stage of completion, so there was a slight window this past week during which I got to relax a bit. It was lovely. Later today, I expect a flood of new work to arrive, so I’m enjoying the reprieve.

Next week is the last week of summer vacation. I’m cobbling together a little bit of day care for next week. Mom’s gone back to teaching at ARC, and is therefore done babysitting.  Lucas will be starting back at Red Rose Kindergarten on Wednesday, September 5.

Nearly everyone’s off to Burning Man and it’s a little sad to be left behind. We just couldn’t do it this year. I am consoling myself with thoughts of our trip to the coast during Thanksgiving.

I’ve been making baby food from fresh, summer produce. It’s kind of fun at this stage, since it’s a new activity. A few months from now I’ll probably tire of it. Asher has now tasted infant rice cereal, broccoli & breast milk surprise, and apples & milk. I’ve also made organic carrot puree and organic plum puree (from plums from both grandmas’ yards). So far, Asher likes apples best. Go figure.

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