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It’s February. The month of love and Valentines. Is it really terrible that I have bought nothing for my husband and 10,000 things for my daughter?
Red velvet for Valentine’s Day is kind of cliche, but I don’t really care, who doesn’t love red velvet?! Today I have a treat that you can make for your family, friends, co-workers, whoever! Baked Red Velvet Donuts! Sounds good, right? I want to eat like an entire dozen of these. The cake is rich and moist (ughhh, I know, I hate that word too, but it’s the best word to describe these!) and then each donut gets dipped in a cream cheese glaze because you can’t do red velvet without cream cheese frosting. It would just be totally wrong.
Since returning to work, I have been seriously trying to up my lunch game. It’s not always easy as the mornings can be pretty tight for me. I always want to be sure that I get to give Maddie her morning bottle, but then have to go downstairs and pump before heading to work so I need lunches that I can prepare quickly.
When I first began our baby registry, I felt pretty overwhelmed and clueless about so many things. The stores give you a list, but there are 10,000 items on it and I will tell you that you only need maybe about half of those items. These are some of the items that we have loved these first two months (besides the obvious items like diapers, wipes, clothes, bath stuff, etc.)! Now, that being said, keep in mind that while we have found these items particularly useful, it doesn’t mean that all of you will too. Every baby is different and what works for one won’t necessarily work for another! Along with these items, I also put together a complete list of items we needed and loved for these first two months and I hope you find it helpful! I plan to share more of our favorite items every couple months or so as I know things will change as the baby gets older!
Trying to get back in the baking and cooking groove during those first few weeks after having a baby can be a little tough. On the one hand, you are incredibly exhausted and don’t want to do anything except sleep and maybe grab a shower. And then on the other hand, you get really tired of eating takeout and wish for a nice home cooked meal. I made a whole Thanksgiving dinner by myself just a week after the baby arrived. I guess I’m a little crazy like that.
After about 2 weeks and after the first group of family visitors left, I found myself with a random quiet morning where the baby was still sleeping and I got a serious hankering to do some baking! I made some cranberry orange bread which I always love making around the holidays. And then I spotted some seriously overripe bananas sitting on the counter. Banana bread was definitely in order! I stuck the loaf in the freezer as we were heading out of town for Christmas and then forgot it was in there and it was pretty much the best surprise ever after we got back.
I can’t believe is our baby girl is two months old! Actually, I feel like two months is sort of an odd place to be. Parenthood is still so new to us and we are still trying to get the hang of taking care of a baby, she is not quite on a schedule yet, and everything still seems like kind of a mess.
My name is Stephanie. I started this blog because I like to cook and I wanted a place where I could share my recipes with family and friends and improve my cooking skills. Why the name Eat. Drink. Love.? Well, I think this is what life is all about!