Showing posts from January, 2018

December Haul + Mini Me and Bolognese Sauce

Right after I realized I didn't shop at all over Black Friday, I immediately went crazy shopping, which is a bit embarrassing to admit since I was so proud that I refrained from spending any money during that time. Here's my end-of-the-year haul: I hope everyone enjoyed the holidays. Here I am with my mini me - I love matching her! Me: Air Jordan 13 Retro Little Boys' Shoe . Baby A: Penguin top (comes as set) , Air Jordan 13 Retro Infant/Toddler Sho e.  Baby A: Cat & Jack Toddler Girls' Teagan Fleexe Cozy Boots . If you're looking for a quick and easy dinner recipe (that's also kid-friendly), I made this bolognese sauce that has hidden veggies along with some potatoes and garlic bread recently: BOLOGNESE SAUCE Prep: 15 minutes Cook: 1-1/2 hours Ingredients 1 lb ground beef 1 cup diced onion 1 tablespoon minced garlic 1 carrot, shredded 1 tablespoon dried oregano 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 bay leaf salt and ground bl

November Haul + Classic Turkey Recipe

I've haven't been shopping much lately and when I did, it was mostly for baby A. Here's this month's meager haul, which is surprisingly the first Thanksgiving/Black Friday that I didn't shop! I spotted the cute Bernardo Paige Rain Boot , which has a bow in the back, on an ad while browsing FB but they were unfortunately sold out in my size 5 everywhere I looked. After much searching, I found this pair of Bernardo Peony Water Resistant Chelsea Boots  and I was super intrigued about because they are rain boots yet velvet and this brand receives such high ratings for comfort. When I got them, they were definitely comfy and fit very well but after wearing them once, I did notice it does uncomfortably push down on the top insides of my foot, though no lasting pain resulted from that so I'm hoping it'll go away with some more wear. Looking forward to Spring when it warms up so I can wear them out more. :) I've posted a brined turkey recipe before but he