I had the privilege of going to Tennessee to spend time with my four siblings their families and my parents these past few weeks. My oldest brother left for Hong Kong with his wife and six children the day before we left and we had a lot of family activities and events that we enjoyed together (at max there were 32 of us together, 20 being children 12 and under).
Food was definitely not absent this trip, I was in the kitchen helping and preparing, and I didn't give my mind a break from new things to create and make. I simply decided to take a break from blogging and enjoy my entire family while we were together.
Now I am home, trying to get my house back in order (if that's possible), and have lots of wheels turning in my head. It may still take some time before I actually begin sharing on a consistent basis but for now you get what you get. :)
I do have one thing to share for those of you with little babies. It is the season for some amazing fruits and vegetable for our little ones that in a couple of months will either be unavailable or hurt the wallet. If you have a baby that will be eating solids in less then 3 months then get to buying these foods pureeing and freezing them.
I wish I would have done this with my little guy that was born in May. By the time he was able to eat nectarines and so forth they weren't available at my health food store which made me question why they were at other health food stores. Either way start preparing. You may have some time too so just be thinking of it and try to snatch up the last batch of the summer goods. Most of the foods stay good frozen for up to 3 months- I would imagine they would be good longer but I am sure they start loosing nutrients possibly after that.
For you locals- some of the health food stores around here are having great sales. Like- Avocados are .79 catching the deals and being prepared will help in the long run. Let me know if you have any questions.