It’s been a hot minute since I did a What I Ate Wednesday post.
Truth time, it’s been a hot minute since I did any posts outside of the Week in Review, and you should totally be participating in this lovely linkup. For real, it’s the bees knees, the cats pajamas and any other phrase you feel like inserting. The kinkier, the better.
Now where was I?
Oh yes, my blogging schedule. Over the past three and a half months, I’ve learned having a baby wreaks havoc with your time, as in you don’t have any, at least not for yourself and certainly not for blogging. It’s crazy right? Yeah, I thought so too. Seriously somebody should have warned me about this. Once I figure out who’s to blame, there will be hell to pay, unless of course I’m at fault. Then it’s perfectly acceptable.
With the baby settling into a sometimes routine, I’ve been channeling my inner Stella and trying to get my groove back, without the help of Taye Diggs’ backside. Thankfully the Hubby’s derriere is equally as pleasing. As a result, I’m trying to blog more often and consistently, which means a What I Ate Wednesday post today. Thanks for hosting Ms. Laura.
Without further ado, I give you my eats from some random day last week. I don’t remember which one. Did I mention I have an almost 4 month old baby? Yeah, it’s like that.
Liquid Starter: half a lemon juiced in hot water.
First & Second Breakfasts: oatmeal with a little bit of honey, flax powder and a sliced banana followed by a second bowl of oatmeal with raw sugar and strawberries, alongside a milk drunk baby.
Here’s a better picture of the baby since Ave would never forgive me for showcasing her in such a poor light.
Third Breakfast: French Vanilla yogurt and a cup of coffee, also known as my saving grace these days.
Lunch (or Fourth Breakfast): three scrambled eggs with sautéed onions, bell peppers, garlic and broccoli with a piece of Onion Rye toast with butter.
Snackage: several spoonfuls of peanut butter with mini chocolate chips
Dinner: three or maybe even four Green Onion Cheese Puffs, I lost count.
Fattoush Dip: kalamata olives, cucumbers, tomatoes, artichokes, peppers and feta cheese all on a bed of hummus. This is one of my favorite easy dinners in the summertime and I owe it all to my girl Kirsten.
There you have it; a full day of food. Also, in case it wasn’t apparent, I’m obsessed with Snapchat (Clean Eats Fast Feets). Come find me; let’s play.
Are you on Snapchat? Do you eat three, sometimes four, breakfasts in a single day? It’s quite alright if you do. I’m perfectly content eating that many breakfasts.