Thursday, June 14, 2012

Snapshots

  When I get a picture of these two together my heart just smiles.
I love them both so much, together and separately.


Sleeping babies - nothing better.


We gave our scooter away this week. We got it when we were newly married and child-less. We had lots and lots of fun summer nights on that thing. So glad the new owners will get to enjoy it as much we did!


Again, heart so happy with this picture.



Delicious summery dinner my honey made last night. Couscous, my love. 


Oh, and if you were wondering about Ruby's rather tiny pants, it's because we got down her old newborn clothes for baby N and since I was obviously excited about what was in the bin...so was she. She was pulling the clothes out and putting them on.
These are size 0-3 months, haha!


5 comments:

{annie_loo} said...

She is such a cutie!

I need that couscous recipe. I've never made ANY but I think Easton would LOVE it. He LOVES rice so this might be a nice change up!

Hope you're feeling well!!!

Haley Galloway said...

Do you finally have instagram!? You should follow me on there. My username is haleyroseanne.

Love the pictures!

Haley Galloway said...

Oh and P.S Couscous is a new fav in this house! So delish!

jessica kiehn said...

Annie, the "recipe" we do was this: (we just wing a lot of stuff around here)

one small onion
package of grape tomatoes
one avacado
can/jar of black olives (or kalamata), drained
probably 1 clove of garlic
artichoke hearts
a few coriander seeds (optional)
salt and pepper

2 cups of couscous
some butter

Sautee all of those veggies (except avacado!) in a skillet in some coconut oil or butter. Cook the couscous according the directions (takes like...no time. SO EASY)

Once the veggies are sauteed and yummy, dump them in the pan with the cooked couscous and mix all together.

Cut the avacado into chunks and add as well. Salt and pepper to taste. Soooo yummy!

And yes, couscous is wheat, but it's durum wheat, which hasn't been genetically modified and messed with like regular bread wheat. So it still has gluten, but not crazy huge molecules of gluten thanks to science messing with our food to make it fluffy and soft:)

Leslie said...

A. Kevin is SO THIN. It's crazy awesome and so neat.

B. Her in those newborn pants- HILARIOUS.

C. I had totally forgot about you owning a scooter and I am now seeing Kevin zipping down A street. Something I saw more than once.

D. I don't even know what couscous is. I'm guessing it's not fattening or processed. Bahhumbug.

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Snapshots

  When I get a picture of these two together my heart just smiles.
I love them both so much, together and separately.


Sleeping babies - nothing better.


We gave our scooter away this week. We got it when we were newly married and child-less. We had lots and lots of fun summer nights on that thing. So glad the new owners will get to enjoy it as much we did!


Again, heart so happy with this picture.



Delicious summery dinner my honey made last night. Couscous, my love. 


Oh, and if you were wondering about Ruby's rather tiny pants, it's because we got down her old newborn clothes for baby N and since I was obviously excited about what was in the bin...so was she. She was pulling the clothes out and putting them on.
These are size 0-3 months, haha!


5 comments:

{annie_loo} said...

She is such a cutie!

I need that couscous recipe. I've never made ANY but I think Easton would LOVE it. He LOVES rice so this might be a nice change up!

Hope you're feeling well!!!

Haley Galloway said...

Do you finally have instagram!? You should follow me on there. My username is haleyroseanne.

Love the pictures!

Haley Galloway said...

Oh and P.S Couscous is a new fav in this house! So delish!

jessica kiehn said...

Annie, the "recipe" we do was this: (we just wing a lot of stuff around here)

one small onion
package of grape tomatoes
one avacado
can/jar of black olives (or kalamata), drained
probably 1 clove of garlic
artichoke hearts
a few coriander seeds (optional)
salt and pepper

2 cups of couscous
some butter

Sautee all of those veggies (except avacado!) in a skillet in some coconut oil or butter. Cook the couscous according the directions (takes like...no time. SO EASY)

Once the veggies are sauteed and yummy, dump them in the pan with the cooked couscous and mix all together.

Cut the avacado into chunks and add as well. Salt and pepper to taste. Soooo yummy!

And yes, couscous is wheat, but it's durum wheat, which hasn't been genetically modified and messed with like regular bread wheat. So it still has gluten, but not crazy huge molecules of gluten thanks to science messing with our food to make it fluffy and soft:)

Leslie said...

A. Kevin is SO THIN. It's crazy awesome and so neat.

B. Her in those newborn pants- HILARIOUS.

C. I had totally forgot about you owning a scooter and I am now seeing Kevin zipping down A street. Something I saw more than once.

D. I don't even know what couscous is. I'm guessing it's not fattening or processed. Bahhumbug.