I received so sweet responses, calls, emails and such from people regarding Eli’s birthday post. My family was super psyched to be able to see his special day, as they all live out of state. See, I use to have this other blog that I started at the same time as my cooking blog. It was a blog about my family, my thoughts and basically random stuff. I even had a post on there with a video of Carly Simon’s, “You’re so Vain.” I mean it was pretty random. I posted there almost daily in the beginning, but then life got in the way and I didn’t have as much time to focus on 2 blogs. So that blog took a back seat to my cooking blog. My family and friends were a bit sad, as they liked seeing photos of the kids and what was happening in our life. I went back a few times and posted there thinking I could handle two blogs, but it’s so time consuming, and like I said before, I’m not much of a computer person. I would rather be outside enjoying my family then typing about my family. Anyway, I thought I would include the link to the post I wrote for Eli last year. It shows pictures of him from a baby till age 7. Here’s the link for those of you that are interested.
This blog is primarily a cooking blog, but I’m going to incorporate more photos and such of the family from time to time. My family is a huge part of my life, (of course) and the reason I got into cooking in the first place. So with that being said, here are two photos of the kids that I took yesterday at their soccer games.
I made up 2 batches of Heirloom tomato soup on Friday, as the season is sadly coming to a close. I’m sad because I love this soup, but excited to try some new seasonal soups as well.
Wednesday: Leftover night! Chicken parmesan, garlic bread and broccolini.