Um, anyway. Vegetables. Yesterday's lunch was at Whole Foods, again. Right now I'm still having a hard time eating some foods, so I'm _still_ indulging in my Whole Foods lunch habit. Post-baby we are not going to be able to afford that luxury, so I guess I'm soaking it up while it lasts?
Who knows why I've been wanting this lately, as I usually find salads unsatisfying. This one had some channa masala and butternut squash on the side, as well as kalamata olives, artichoke hearts, and garbanzo beans. I inhaled it.
After lunch I lounged around for a long time watching Teen Mom 2. Now that I'm knocked up I can't even imagine how terrifying it must be to be a teen mom.
Speaking of mom stuff, I went to Target in the afternoon and bought two baby outfits! I'm trying to get more happy happy happy about baby, and this kind of did it:
After my shopping outing, I met David at our friend Adam's house for dinner. He made us a North African stew with some tahini-lemon chard.
It was tasty--even more so because Adam knows how to use spices correctly and he also cooks quite healthful foods.
Rounded out by a few bites from David's bowl of strawberry greek frozen yogurt:
All in all, a very good day of healthy eats, right? Too bad I'll probably use it as an excuse to eat leftover Easter candy when I see my family this weekend:-)
*Do you have any leftover Easter candy (that you could send me)? Holiday candy is just better than the same candy eaten the day after a holiday, right? I know the special wrappers don't change the candy, but still...it's just better!