- Diapers (the adventure the last little while is the switch from disposables to cloth. I think we've finally found a style/brand that we like!)
- baby bodily fluids (seriously, how are babies able to expel this much liquid in various forms in a day?? Where do they keep it all?)
- multiple outfit changes due to the above (sometimes for both of us)
- the daily walk (ie. let's get out of the house for a bit before mommy loses her sanity)
In any event, I'm really loving staying home with our little one. Look! Here's a photo of how cute she is in her summer gear for you!
Baby sunglasses may be the greatest thing ever, both for their practicality (yay UV protection!), and for how freaking adorable they are. I'm also trying out our new ring sling - so far, she seems to like it, but I think I need a little more practice.
Now that I'm done mommy-jacking my own blog (I hope you didn't mind!), on to today's lunch.
I've been eating a lot of peanut butter & jam sandwiches and cheese sandwiches lately. They're quick, easy and I can usually eat them with one hand while juggling baby things with the other.
Today, I felt like trying something a little different, and I remembered a visit to Montréal I took for work once, where I had a fig, caramelized onion and goat cheese panini that was so good, I ordered a second one before I finished the first. Note: one of my coworkers also ordered a second sandwich. They were that amaze-balls.
With a small child on hand, and an innate laziness, I wasn't about to caramelize onions for my lunch. I did, however, have goat cheese & homemade fig jam in the fridge.
So, I took some whole wheat wraps, spread them with a generous blob of fig jam, goat cheese, sliced radish, sliced baby cucumber and romaine lettuce.
Pre-lettuce wrap. Look at the fig jam oozing out!
Amazing! I wish I had remembered about the fig jam sooner. As it is, I know I have a second jar, and now I'm torn as to whether or not to use it to make some more homemade fig newton cookies, or delicious grilled cheese sandwiches.
In conclusion: sweet, delicious figs + soft, salty goat cheese = delicious combination!