Goes thrifting by myself: Nothing.
Goes thrifting with 5 & 6 year old daughters: “Mom! Isn’t this one of those thingy’s you like?! And look at this hat and this cute little plate! Oh, and this big bowl would be perfect for slime! Do you like this basket or that crock?! Oh, Frankie would love this little tray!” 😍 So grateful for sweet dates with our little ladies and for the fact that they have been gifted with some kind of supernatural thrifting powers🙏🤘😍 And also... my first time using THE BASKET EMOJI!!! So...🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺 That should do it... 🧺🧺 almost. 🧺🧺 🧺 Ok, 🧺Really done 🧺 now 🧺🧺
This is a post for my niece Dayle who lives with #anaphylactic food allergies to egg and peanut and a reminder of the challenge for others in this situation. In the summer flurry, straddling #yogateacherlife and kids at camps, pick ups, drop offs and a husband working from home, she opted to come to our place for a play. To be honest, I am feeling cooking fatigue! Any other parents out there with multiple and varied appetites hear me? So I asked about taking them out for lunch. And then I started remembering the limitations and how much she doesn’t really dig eating out because I can imagine it’s stressful and limiting. I quickly got out of my cooking funk, acknowledged that cooking good food with three kids is indeed a big ol’ part of my #yogic#dharma and pulled out garden tomato sauce, whipped up a Smokey cream sauce to create a cream of tomato soup (her favourite) and smoked Gouda grilled cheese. And I feel like I took the #right action. #yogafood#comfortfood- sometimes they align! #yogamom