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a new baby

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First of all. Wow. Thank you for all the ideas on my breakfast post. You guys always pull through with the good advice. This weekend, I’m going to sit down with pencil and paper, go through the comments and make my grocery list. There’s new ideas, forgotten ideas and recipes I want to try. If you haven’t checked back with the comments, it is definitely worth a second look. It will give all the healthy, hearty breakfast motivation one could need. I’ll go through the names this weekend and pick out a bumper sticker winner.

And secondly, I feel like I need to say hello and thank you to all those new readers that showed up in the last post. My inbox was full of new names. It was wonderful. Thank you so much for stopping by and for saying hello. It warms a girl’s heart.

So the ‘new baby’….you’ll have to go over here for the details. And I have a feeling there will be a book (or two) you’ll want to add to your home library…or at the very least, pick up at your library this weekend.

Dan and I will be finishing up series five of BallyKissAngel and hunkering down with the kiddos for some cold weather on the way.

Happy Weekend, friends.

illustration from "the book"

0811844285_detail

First of all. Wow. Thank you for all the ideas on my breakfast post. You guys always pull through with the good advice. This weekend, I’m going to sit down with pencil and paper, go through the comments and make my grocery list. There’s new ideas, forgotten ideas and recipes I want to try. If you haven’t checked back with the comments, it is definitely worth a second look. It will give all the healthy, hearty breakfast motivation one could need. I’ll go through the names this weekend and pick out a bumper sticker winner.

And secondly, I feel like I need to say hello and thank you to all those new readers that showed up in the last post. My inbox was full of new names. It was wonderful. Thank you so much for stopping by and for saying hello. It warms a girl’s heart.

So the ‘new baby’….you’ll have to go over here for the details. And I have a feeling there will be a book (or two) you’ll want to add to your home library…or at the very least, pick up at your library this weekend.

Dan and I will be finishing up series five of BallyKissAngel and hunkering down with the kiddos for some cold weather on the way.

Happy Weekend, friends.

illustration from "the book"

5 comments on “a new baby”

  1. “Congratulations!” How eggciting! Sorry. Couldn’t resist!Oh and DS#1 and DD are so eggcited(!) about re-discovering breakfasts that we haven’t had for a while…they are ‘helping you’ because of the help you gave with inspiring us to revamp the pantry back in the summer! It’s going to be breakfast ALL weekend long….have a good one x

  2. Congratulations on the new baby(s)! My husband and I have four zebras, but we always take the eggs out since they’re closely related. It’s amazing to see how fast the baby birds grow… in a few short weeks they’ll be fledging. I’ve been checking your blog for a while now and really enjoy it. Thanks for posting.

  3. Ooooo I jealous! I love zebras and had them as a child. I just don’t think dh would allow them at this point(and he’s probably right). I plan to sneak some fertilized eggs under my bantams in the spring though! Maybe we’ll have babies too!

  4. oh my goodness. i’ve never had pet birds, is that normal for them to hatch eggs in a house cage? that is pretty cool. those books look gorgeous. i’m going to have a second look at the seed one, and to check out some of your collected breakfast ideas….

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