We made cheesy Brazilian bread with tapioca flour and went to the International Grocery, which was really mostly Japanese. In case you haven't noticed (with all of the Hello Kitty and Totoro and Mario and sushi and karaoke love around here) -- we love Japanese.
And we got some goodies.
I was the most excited to find a few new lunch making things there -- tiny shape cutters and dividers to separate the food so it doesn't touch. I have been sending Clark little bentos for his preschool lunch. The bentos I make aren't very elaborate, but it seems just cutting his food into cute shapes makes it more palatable and he eats it all up, even the vegetables. It really doesn't take very much more time than making a regular lunch. I'll try to blog more about this soon and take a few photos. Is anyone else doing bento lunches? Anything I should know? I am really just making it up as I go.
And Hal's babylicious crib bedding is on Zulily today.
I really, really, really love it. So I thought I'd share. If you aren't signed up already, here is an invite link from my account.
This is day three of blog every day for seven days. It's just one day late. Of course it is. Happy weekend.