Happy Thursday folks!
I’m so happy you guys liked and could relate to my post from Tuesday morning about pressures. If you haven’t already read it, I suggest checking it out.
Before we get to the holiday recipe, I wanted to recap Wednesday since I didn’t get around to posting last night. Our glider showed up at our door and I was all for putting that together rather then typing out a post!
Not my typically style at all, reminds me of something you might find in a nursing home, but the baby’s room is too small for the chair looking type glider. We could move her to another larger room, but I’m a selfish Mom and want her as close to our master bedroom as possible! This glider is comfortable and will match her room great. Were happy and it will do the trick!
Other items that just arrived:
And, her bassinet. We were thisclose to ordering her a traditional bassinet from Restoration Hardware Baby and Child, but after thinking about it, we didn’t want to spend a small fortune on something she will probably use for 6-8 weeks. It didn’t make sense. After doing some research online, I found this co-sleeper (meaning you can attach it right to your bed if you wish) by Arm’s Reach. It had awesome reviews. The only problem is how big it is! I was expecting it to be half the size! O-well, I guess you live and you learn. I told my Mom Cameryn will have an easy transition from the BIG bassinet to her BIG crib, hopefully. And, if we have twins at any point the co-sleep we bought is twin approved!
*Note, the co-sleeper has a mini version that I would recommend for Mom’s looking for something other than the traditional wicker looking baby bassinet. It also had great reviews and would probably feel more cozy to a baby.*
I did an upper body workout in the gym and it felt so good. I’m actually pretty sore today and I love it. I worked my triceps, biceps, shoulders and back.
I thought about doing prenatal yoga, but just didn’t have it in me yesterday.
- Breakfast- black coffee, 1/2 banana, Ezekiel English muffin with egg, cheese and tomato
- Am Snack- 2 small apples and a Cliff Mojo bar
- Lunch- Greek yogurt with almond butter, honey and chia seeds
- PM Snack- Chips and Greek yogurt dip
- Dinner- Chicken sausage on a whole wheat bun (I only ate half), salad and a small serving of Amy’s Mac and Cheese
Last week, I shared with you two recipes we will be having on Thanksgiving (pumpkin dip and roasted garlic mashed potatoes). This week I have the most amazing cinnamon and caramel sticky bun recipe. These rolls are out of this world and I love going home to visit my family in Minnesota because I know my Mom will always have a fresh pan of these waiting for breakfast!
Pull-Apart Cinnamon Caramel Rolls
Adapted slightly from My Family’s Favorites by Mary Beth Roe
- Prep Time: 6 hours (thawing and letting the rolls sit)
- Cook Time: 30 minutes
- Servings: 8-12
- 2 loaves frozen bread
- 4tsp cinnamon (or more if desired)
- 1/2 cup butter
- 1 cup brown sugar
- 1 pkg. vanilla pudding (large box, not instant)
- 3 tsp. milk
1. Thaw frozen bread dough.
2. Grease 9×13 pan.
3. Tear one loaf of bread dough into pieces. Place evenly in pan. Sprinkle cinnamon over pieces.
4. Mix together butter, brown sugar, pudding mix and milk. Pour over pieces of bread dough.
5. Tear the second loaf of dough and put it on top of the first loaf. Try to fill in empty spots. Let rise four hours.
6. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Cool 15 minutes (very important.) Flip over onto cookie sheet.
*If you microwave a piece for 10-20 seconds before you eat it they are even better, if that’s possible!*
These are incredibly easy to make and I can’t wait to make them ahead of time so on Thanksgiving morning they are ready to eat!
Well, I got to go, dinner is ready and I think UPS just arrived with our first goods from RH Baby and Child! Wahoo!
- Are you a fan of cinnamon rolls?
- What kind of bassinet have you used or are you going to use?
- How long did you kids sleep in their bassinet if you had one?
- What is the recipe you are most looking forward to on Thanksgivings?