25 December 2014

24 December 2014

Mama and Baby



Merry Christmas

"And so, in God's mercy, a happy Christmas to you all."
-Churchill

Merry Christmas!

Pictures of Home













07 December 2014

Supper

Last night kiddos had roasted pumpkin, potatoes, black beans and some turkey burger.

Second Day Soup

Yesterday's soup with kale and northern beans.

Crochet Project



06 December 2014

Two Months





05 December 2014

Soup

Cabbage
Celery
Onions
Turnips
Seasonings

Fellowship Meal Hummus

Cooked northern beans, mashed
Kale, olive oil and spices, puréed

Mix beans and kale together.

Serve with items for dipping. Kiddos had celery, apple, tomato and chips.

02 December 2014

Meal Diary

Broccoli
Cauliflower
Potatoes
Liver

01 December 2014

Baby Smiles











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Alfred

Our first baby goat. Named for King Alfred- The White Horse King.







A December Lunch

Roasted turnips and butternut squash
Steamed collards and kale
Beans

Seasoned with sea salt and pepper

Peel and chop turnips. Toss in olive oil and place in a 9x13. Bake at 400 degrees for 75 minutes.

Slice butternut squash in half and scoop out seeds. Place cut side down in a baking dish. Add water to cover the bottom of the dish. Bake at 400 degrees for 75 minutes.

26 November 2014

Roasted Beets and Apples

5 medium beets boiled and diced
4 Golden Delicious apples, diced
2 Tablespoons apple cider vinegar
1 teaspoon salt

Place all ingredients in a greased 9x13 baking dish. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.

We had this for an after dinner treat. It is quite tasty.

Bountiful Blessings

Over the summer our mail carrier introduced herself and we chatted a few times. By God's providence she is a very kind lady. After Nathaniel was born she asked what she could do for us. Since we have so many allergies I mentioned the best items are fruit and vegetables for my kiddos. Later that week we were blessed with boxes of fresh produce. Sweet potatoes, squash, peppers, apples, kale, tomatoes, pumpkins and more by the box. It was nice to have quick and easy meals from fresh produce.
Last night our door bell rang and our mail carrier came again with boxes of squash and sweet potatoes, bags of apples and oranges, beets, cucumbers, and a garbage bag full of kale and another of collards. We are thankful for our mail carrier's kindness and generosity! She has been a true blessing, even contacting someone to stop by and take care of a project while Matt was gone.
Today for lunch kiddos had baked acorn squash with kale, collards and apple slices. It was an ideal meal for this dreary day.

19 November 2014

An Elf Hat

Matthew Curtiss crocheted an elf hat for Nathaniel. Matthew has worked hard to get this cute hat just right for his brother.





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Six Weeks