After today’s run, I have now jogged over 100 miles (total) since Jack was born. 🙂
But someone will say, “You have faith and I have works.” Show me your faith apart from your works, and I will show you my faith by my works.
Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger; for the anger of man does not produce the righteousness of God.
were cute yesterday…..
They watched a morning cartoon together…..
Jack used his mesh teether for the first time…
And Josie left her cat, Peeper, at Nana’s; so she decided she needed to sleep with about 15 other animals to compensate….
I love my family. God is so good.
So Jack (finally) had a great sleeping night last night. Went to sleep at normal time, didn’t wake to eat until 2:20, then back to sleep until 5:45! Normally he only has one longisg stretch (which generally ends at 1) and then he is up every 2 hours or less. I wish he would get on that schedule, because it would work PERFECT with my school schedule ;).
Yesterday I made and froze lots and LOTS of baby food. I really have a lot of fun making it :).
I was interested to see how much money I was saving by making it (or if I was even saving any money at all!) So here’s how it turned out.
I spent $16.50 at Smiley’s Produce stand in Ridgetop. I got:
After I cooked, blended, and froze it, I ended up with-
40 cubes of zucchini
34 cubes of squash
55 cubes of peaches
(1 cube = 1 oz of food)
I looked on Amazon to see how much that would cost me if I were to buy Gerber 1st foods baby food, using my subscribe and save membership (the cheapest price I’ve found). There, I found that for squash AND peaches (they don’t make zucchini baby food, so I just used the price for squash), the price averaged out to be $.20 per ounce. I made 129 ounces total, which would have cost me $25.80-so I saved $9.30! Awesome! Definitely a good incentive for continuing making my own. Although, I think I would’ve kept making it, even if I wasn’t saving money!