I used a few shakes dried minced garlic and 1/2 an onion since that's what I had. I upped the water to a full cup but didn't bother measuring the salt, pepper or oil. I cooked on low for an hour and then high for 3 hours.
When they were good and soft and the liquid was gone, I mashed 'em up, added a couple tbsp butter and what was left of our sour cream. After tasting them, I decided they needed a little garlic salt. Because I know my husband oh so well, I served them with a little shredded cheese and crumbled bacon on top.
In addition to rolling all over the place, Konnor has been enjoying the exersaucer and Johnny jumper!
We've also been practicing sitting, with the safety of the boppy, of course. I can tell that his neck and upper body are still a little weak, so we're trying to spend some time doing this every day.
While we were at Target today, shopping their Kashi sale again, we found some gluten free Nature Valley Bars! I'm not sure if Bugs will like them, but I love seeing different companies market towards the gluten free population!
Kelton and I noticed something pretty cool when picking up his school supplies....the markers are black now because they're made from recycled plastic and the crayons are made using solar power! Way to go, Crayola!
I can't believe Moosey starts back to school in just over 2wks! We're going to miss him so much during the day!