-Well, I'm doing a 40 bible study along with the rest of my church, reading a different passage and devotional passage every day.
What else? Well facebook and blogs most days, but I've already linked up some of those.
I like dipping into a book called How to Feed Your Whole Family a Healthy, Balanced Diet with Very Little Money . . .: With Very Little Money and Hardly Any Time, Even If You Have a tiny kitchen, only three saucepans (one with an ill-fitting lid) and no fancy gadgets - Unless You Count the Garlic Crusher...
It's a good reference for inspiration for dinner at short notice! And is written in a funny, readable way. I'd definitely recommend it :)
I don't read it start to finish, but even though Jaiden is my second child, I still like to check things out in the 'What to Expect' books. I got the pregnancy one out of the library, but I was lucky enough to be given What to Expect the 1st Year
and What to Expect: the Toddler Years
from a friend who had finished using them. I'd definately recommend as they cover things from feeding to sleep to nappy contents and everything inbetween!
Finally, a couple of books I got for Christmas...
More Make it Fast, Cook it Slow
. A book with slow cooker recipes on a budget, as originally featured on Stephanie O'Dea's blog, A year of slowing cooking. I think it was last Christmas I got her first book Make It Fast, Cook It Slow
And one I'm hoping might help me to get Sophia eating veg! The Great Big Veg Challenge: How to get your children eating vegetables happily
by Charlotte Hume, which also originated as a blog.
(I'm dipping my toe into being an amazon affiliate, so there are links in this post)