Wow! My surgery recovery was a little bit more time consuming than I think myself, or my farmer, ever anticipated.
But, the good news is…one wrist is finally done! Yay!
Bad news, I still have one to go and I am so not looking forward to it.
I don’t enjoy not being able to be my organized self. I don’t like having to ask someone to help me make something to eat. I don’t like pain pills. I don’t like being uncomfortable. I don’t like having to ask my husband to help me button my pants. And I really don’t like having to ask anyone to watch my daughter because I have a cast on my arm.
I have another 3 to 4 week recovery period and then I can have all the cuddle time I want with my daughter and all the play time and all the cleaning I could ever ask for around our house.
My next surgery isn’t scheduled yet, but since I had my cast removed I have seriously spent so much time just cuddling with Elliette. And she is loving it!
Life on the farm is chugging along as normal. We finished up some tiling and we are preparing for the end of the year and all the glory that brings.
I haven’t been around the farm much- as you can imagine. I have been pretty housebound. And I have maybe 10 pictures that I have taken on the farm in the last 30 days. I will share those, I promise. But, they are on my camera and haven’t been loaded on the computer yet.
In the mean time since I have been so house bound I have taken about a bazillion pictures of Elliette. If I am not careful this blog could very easily turn into a “Mommy” blog.
|Our little Halloween Pumpkin|
|Playing in the closet|
On a FOOD related note….We started seriously pushing solids about a month and half ago, and Elliette loves food. I have made all my own baby food but what I am quickly starting to see is that Elliette really enjoys feeding herself. So, baby led weaning here we come. I have picked up all sorts of fresh produce from both the local farmer’s market and our grocery store. Both Organic and Non Organic (Conventional) foods and I am starting to feel more confident about food choices when it comes to feeding my little one!