It’s funny the curve ball life can throw at you when you least expect it, right? Saturday’s plan after L’s b-ball practice was to pick up some Bull Dogs for lunch, L was off to a play with Grammie, and B would blissfully nap while I got to spend some good time in my kitchen working on chili.
Instead B decided to run full speed towards a glass door, trip, and fall into it head first. I was no more than 3 feet away from him. I heard the impact and thought, oh man, we either are going to be incredibly lucky or this is going to be reeeeeeally bad. One look at B confirmed it was definitely the latter.
It’s funny what happens when your baby gets hurt, right? You almost freeze. Luckily a friend (who happens to have 3 boys, I know!) had the brains to get a first aid kit, get some gauze out, and suggest we head to the ER. Duh.
So off we went! 2 hours and 7 stitches later were home. I got a long cuddle time in with my exhausted toddler which I would not have traded for the world, let alone to make chili. Once he was up we confirmed basic things (B, please wave – B can you give high five – B say ‘mama’ – B do you want a cookie?). All was good so we headed out for a Red Mango treat. Next up will be convincing M that B needs a chocolate lab, to be named Stitch.
Alright our line up for the week! It’s got a rather ‘around the world’ feel – not sure why, just sort of worked out that way.
Sunday night will be Julie’s white chicken chili since we didn’t get to it Saturday. We dined on Noodles chicken noodle soup instead.
Super comfort food (lightened up!) sounds great for a Monday night. Chicken & dumplings fits the bill. Can’t wait to try this one out! Thanks, Biz.
I have a confession to make. I am 100% addicted to Heinen’s garlicky grilled shrimp. My dear friend calls them ‘death row’ shrimp (i.e. they would be one of your last meals) and she could not be more accurate. My new fav recipe is to roast up cherry tomatoes drizzled with evoo in the oven (425 degrees for 10-15 minutes) and toss them together with the shrimp and some angel hair pasta. HEAVENLY.
Wednesday will be chickety china some chinese chicken. Do you remember that song? Anyone…..?
Tostadas sounds great for Thursday night – ole!
Friday night I’m outta here for a girls night, and L is in the city with Aunt Becky & Uncle Tyler! M and B? You’re on your own.
That’s our meal plan for this week – what are you cooking? I’d love to hear!
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Oh,no – so sorry about your little one – that is always scary!!
Your tostada recipe looks tasty – I’m going to have to try that soon!!
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B’s a trooper! Nothing a cookie and a puppy can’t fix. Once B is better and our dog is out of boot camp, we should see how they fare together! I will help you get that lab…..dogs are the best!
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So glad it wasn’t worse for B! And cookies and hugs solve everything, don’t they?
Love that you are making the chicken and dumplings – you are about the 10th person to make it after I posted it – perfect for a snowy night!
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Oh no!! How scary for everyone! Glad it was just stitches and nothing too serious (You can tell B all the cool kids have scars on their foreheads these days – J went headfirst into a planter in literally the exact same spot after running and tripping). I hear puppies make everything better!!
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How scary! It’s true, whenever my boys get hurt I freeze too. It’s like shock or something 🙂
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