Try to spot where the cooking effort went this week

You can usually tell what at what point in the CSA cycle I am by what we're having for dinner. Trying to figure out a way to use turnips and finish the salad mix?

If you don't know what to do with a vegetable, I recommend mixing it with potatoes and frying it.
Throwing some fish from the freezer on top of a pile of greens?

This just is what it is, but bacon does help.
Definitely at the end. See you again in two weeks, fish and greens! In case you wondered, by the way, for every mature and respectable plate of salmon and vegetation, I attempt something like homemade Pop-Tarts.

Rainbow sprinkles are the opposite of the CSA box.
I've started noticing that Anna's approach to her various toys and tools has really developed over time. Her black bouncy chair and high chair, for example, seem to serve different functions than in the past.

Then: bed/lounge area/temporary prison.

Now: mini-theme park.

Then: food court/battlefield.

Now: super sweet fort.
My personal function has gone from eatery/mattress to sounding board/jungle gym. Most other items have become hats.

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