Soooo … big news! The crib finally has its own room.
This story is going to get so much worse before it gets better.
As I mentioned in my last post, I came across a mammoth campaign dresser/shelving unit that I didn’t know I needed (but OH, how I needed it!) on Facebook Marketplace last month, located just five minutes away from where we live.
So, I’ve definitely written before about how everything with kids is a phase, especially when it comes to sleep challenges (and successes). We ended up throwing most typical sleep advice out the window with Beatrice and just following her lead. Basically, we have let her nurse to sleep, bounce to sleep, come into bed with us in the middle of the night, and the list goes on. Sometimes, the path of least resistance just seems right.
Want to feed your family organic food? Yes.
On a budget? Yes.
Minimal (like seriously minimal) yard space? Yes.
We finally got a veggie garden going this year and are somehow managing to keep everything and everyone alive so we can actually enjoy what grows. If you want to read more about how we got started and how we are managing to grow loads of veggies (broccoli, snap peas, tomatoes, summer squash, chard, bok choy, kale, peppers, cucumbers, eggplant, tomatoes, lettuce, arugula, carrots, basil, green beans) in a small space (one 8’x4′ raised bed!), check out my guest post on the Adventures of Scuba Jack website. In the meantime, I thought I’d share a bunch of photos of the process and our pro-gardener Beatrice hard at work.