No Mountain Munchkin yet. Spicy food, acupuncture, evening walks--it's all part of the daily routine at this point, but this little guy appears to be quite comfortable for the time being. I think the OB is going to cut me off on Friday and push for a Pitocin induction, something I would really like to avoid. So keep your fingers crossed for him to arrive before then!
Normally I'd revel in all this around-the-house down time because I could cook and take advantage of all the amazing summer produce finally rolling into Missoula. Unfortunately, I did that two weekends ago and ended up with such horribly swollen ankles and feet (it was quite warm for MT too) that I realized even that "low key" activity had to be curtailed. Spending plenty of time off my feet since then has made my ankles reappear and my feet not look like Jimmy Dean breakfast sausages, but now I am seriously bored. I know this is funny given that in about a week I will think wistfully of the days of being bored and know that I'll probably never feel that way again, ever. Anyway.
We've been cooking (meaning I meal planning and the MM cooking, bless him) almost exclusively from The New Southern Garden Cookbook, which I blogged about a few weeks back. I want to give it to every cook I know! It's approachable, entertaining and full of some lovely color plates to inspire. 'Til then, Bon Weekend!