teeth, exercise and perhaps the weirdest cupcakes ever.
So I have made it to Day 4 of my new training regime and I am still alive. Cardio has not gotten the better of me yet, plus my guns are bulging (I kid, I kid). I even made it to a second pilates class at the gym, and I must say, I don’t mind it.
Kerryn has given me a programme not only suited to my fitness level, but my lifestyle. Misty has decided he hates the creche at the gym, so every time we enter that terrible room, he throws himself on the floor and rolls about screaming. Seriously, he’s a born star… he even stands up and claps his hands after such a performance…. talk about a Hollywood. Taking Misty’s hatred of me being at the gym into consideration, she has given me some things I can do at home, Misty in tow – which is much appreciated.
Do you know something? Sometimes I just bung a whole lot of things in the food processor, whizz it up, put it in a bowl and call it “pudding.” Good for using up scraps…. this involved a beetroot/cacao cupcake… a banana…. protein powder…. chickpeas…some left over avocado/cacao pudding. Ha, yes I’m a weirdo. It was actually really tasty.
A bio toothbrush sounds like something a superhero would use, right?
More like a super grubby Misty.
This may seems like a weird thing to write about, but I am always on the look out for product recommendations, especially when it comes to kiddie-bits. Sometimes I feel like I am fumbling around in the dark when it comes to such things, and I always appreciate a push in the right direction by someone who has used and rated something.
Just to set things straight, I purchased these products with my own money, and have no affiliation with Jack ‘n Jill Kids.… I just love these products and want to share them with you guys.
The fact that they make organic toothpaste in flavours like banana, blueberry, raspberry and the likes is way too cool. Plus the toothbrushes are made of cornstarch and break down easily once disposed of. Win and win.
Oh and I just think they are really cute. That’s the joy of being the parent – you’re in charge, and I tend to indulge MY inner child while I still can.
If it gets Misty excited about tooth-brushing, then I’m in.
On the subject of teeth, Misty is working on a few new ones… and is not having much fun with it. Teething = 4am wake up calls, which, in turn = caffeine enhanced kitchen creativity. I’m still playing around with ideas for my wedding cake… let’s just say it’s going to be a “Lou-Style” kind of affair.
Can you guess the flavour?