I woke early from a very sleepless night. The Paleo Baby has started to work on breaking skin on his second molar. This means ALL night nursing, even in bed with me! I got up had a BIG cup of coffee and made some breakfast 🙂 I whipped up some eggs, finished off my homemade bacon and started to bake up some Paleo Baby (and for adults) breakfast muffins and cookies! Click HERE for recipes 🙂
Around 12 I put the baby down and FINALLY sat down for a little creative time. I started to work on a pair of crib shoes for him that I had cut out over a month ago. After about 30 minutes the baby woke…..so much for that! The rest of the day was spent chasing the baby all over the house. He was in a VERY active mood and unfortunately it was not very warm to take him outside. At around 5pm the in-laws Skyped with my husband and the baby and I finally got a second chance to finish at least one of the booties from pair! I was so excited of my work, I proudly brought it out and showed everyone only to find that he had already outgrown the pattern!
Well I guess that’s what I get for taking a month to find time to work on it! Oh well, luckily I have plenty of this minky giraffe fabric to make him a size 12-18 month 🙂 Eventually my goal is to sell these on Etsy along with some other fun creations! I also plan on having a blog to go along with my shop. These things are probably years away, especially since right now I cant even seem to get a post up within 24 hrs of it happening LOL!!! If any of you are the creative type and want your little ones to sport these ADORABLE and easy to make crib shoes, HERE is the pattern I used!
For dinner we had chicken sausages and sweet potato soup (recipe in week 1 menu). I was ever so lucky to enjoy my dinner on the couch with a sleeping baby on my chest. It was rather interesting trying to eat soup this way, but like many moms you find a way to make it work 🙂
14 days down, 16 more to go 🙂