Lil Miss is growing…way too fast.
Long ago a young lady was chosen for a agricultural leadership program where she not only made lifelong friends, but made connections with ag leaders from around the state. This leadership program opened her eyes to the wealth of possibilities in the ag industry… Continue Reading “Engaging Tomorrow’s Ag Youth”
The “pouty lip.” Cora has it down to a fine art and daddy and big brother Caston are wrapped around her little pinky. But, can you blame them?
We recently celebrated Cora’s One Year Birthday and it was a “Pretty in Pink” affair. Here the birthday girl is enjoying being pampered by Nanny McConnell and NaNa Baldwin.
One of Cora’s birthday gifts that she loves to play with,
It’s usually about this time of the year that I realize that REAL produce isn’t almost in full bloom at the farmers market and I can again experience fresh, local produce. Yes, I’m kinda a produce “junkie”. Sorry but those cardboard tasting tomatoes in… Continue Reading “Mom’s Shrimp & Grits”
I think avocados are the best first finger foods for little ones. Not only are avocados rich and creamy, but they are packed full of the healthy “good” fats and nutrients. One of Cora’s favorite baby foods I make has avocado, banana and prune… Continue Reading “Avocado For Baby”
Hard to believe that Lil Miss is 6 months old already, wasn’t it just summer the other day? Accomplishments: Self feeding, eats lots of yummy homemade baby food, sitting up on her own, standing up and holding on to items, grabbing toys and playing,… Continue Reading “Cora 6 Months Old”
My husband’s mother, Josefa, is from Madrid, Spain. Charlie’s family all still resides in Spain and we were lucky enough to go and visit them some years ago (that is why Charlie and I look so young…this was BEFORE we had wee ones). We… Continue Reading “Know Your Roots”