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We didn’t see Santa today.  However, Henry did have his first (indoor) pool experience, which was oh-so-exciting for everyone involved.  Henry also discovered that smashing pears and squash between his toes feels really, really cool.  We’re working on getting the food in his mouth. 

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Thankfully, pears and squash happened before our dip in the pool.  No need to take two baths in one day, right?

 

Right.

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Our lunch was so, so tasty.  I’ve been trying to create more ‘winter’ flavors.  This one was a keeper. 

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In the quinoa dish:

 

Red quinoa (tastes pretty much like regular quinoa to me)

Stir-fried carrots and raisins (in coconut oil)

Chopped pecans

Beets

Lentils

 

With roasted squash on the side.

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The baby is napping, and I should probably use this opportunity to scrub mushed-up squash out of the cracks of his play mat… Smile

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  • Janelle December 8, 2012, 7:28 pm

    Henry is the cutest! Cheers to not creeping the newborn out by Santa! There’s always next year.

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  • Nicole December 8, 2012, 7:36 pm

    Baby cellulite on the belly—so cute!

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  • Katie @ Talk Less, Say More December 8, 2012, 8:24 pm

    Oh wow! That lunch looks absolutely amazing!! :)

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  • Alison December 8, 2012, 9:17 pm

    FYI the best “swim diaper” you could ever buy is just a cloth diaper shell. I chose two used Grovia one-size shells and they’ve my daughter’s swim diaper for 2 years of swimming. Not sure how much disposable swim diapers are but I’m sure after 2 years the $30 has paid for itself many times over!

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  • Amber K December 8, 2012, 10:22 pm

    Red quinoa totally tastes the same as other colors, but it’s so much prettier! I love it.

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  • AM December 9, 2012, 1:00 pm

    Do you ever use herbs or alliums in your cooking?

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