SOOOOOO sad story time: yesterday was Thanksgiving, and while there were many thanks given we ended up staying home all day because Nate was incredibly sick. Like nausea-vomiting-achiness-fatigue sick. According to him, he’s never felt that terrible before so we ended up staying home and I “took care of him” meaning that I hovered and probably asked him too many times what I could do to help him. The good news is that he’s feeling 100x better today after a long night’s sleep and a ton of water.
In other news my Thanksgiving feast included the following:
- 3 slices of French toast
- 3 pieces of bacon
- 2 pieces of cheesecake (recipe to come!)
- 1.5 cups of mashed potatoes
- 2 eggs
That’s right. That’s what happens when you’re home on a holiday and every store is closed and there’s no food in the house. Oh, and you’re lazy and don’t feel like cooking. Hey, it happens. But I’m thankful
So today we’re spending some quality couch time watching football and then going out to look at baby things. Here’s where I need your help: If you have any experience, whether you have kids or not, with specific baby items like carriers (both that the parent would wear and the ones that you carry), car seats, strollers, etc – please let me know! We’re researching and don’t even know where to start.
Who knew babies required so much stuff?