adventures poster || blue lamp || hanging light || polka dot sheets || soft pink comforter
yellow lace throw pillow || jenny lind headboard || dancing baby elephant print
elephant on bicycle throw pillow || star canopy || elephant throw pillow || metallic silver throw pillow
faux sheepskin rug || black dandelion curtains
I love all the white, black and grey with pops of bright blue, pink and yellow! We're keeping the elephant theme going from her nursery and adding some whimsical circus elements with the bicycles and canopy. I can't wait to see it all together!
In other news, I hit the 6 month mark yesterday with #thompsonnumbatwo !!!
It's crazy to think she'll be here in just 3 short months... I can't wait to meet you baby girl!!!!
My pregnancy is still going really well. I feel great and don't have many complaints other than gross varicose veins. I don't feel like those count though because I've had them since I was twelve. I know, how UNCOOL is that shit? Thanks gymnastics + genetics, you dirty whores. I'm looking into getting them zapped (correct medical terminology) after the baby so we'll see how that goes.
My cravings have kicked up a little bit lately. The other night all I wanted was crab cakes and some rich chocolate cake. So last night I made my dad's famous homemade crab cakes and even though I almost ripped my entire finger nail off (BLAST YOU COSTCO PACKAGING) they REALLLY hit the spot. They're SUPER easy to make too (recipe below).
Jeff's Famous Crab Cakes
What you need...
16 oz fresh jumbo lump crab meat, pre-cooked
1/2 cup mayonnaise
squirt of yellow mustard
dash of worcestershire sauce
Old Bay seasoning
dash of onion powder
dash of celery salt
dash of dry mustard
dash of salt
dash of pepper
handful of panko or breadcrumbs
What you do...
Turn your oven on to high broil.
Mix together the mayonnaise, mustard, worcestershire, couple shakes of Old Bay seasoning and the rest of the dry spices in a medium sized bowl. Toss in the crab meat and gently fold together. Add the panko last.
Roll into large balls with your hands and place on a greased baking sheet. Sprinkle more Old Bay over top if you'd like. We love that shit here on the Chesapeake Bay!!!
*KEY STEP* Place your crab cakes in the fridge for at least 15 minutes before baking. This will help them hold their shape while cooking.
Once done chilling, immediately broil on high until golden brown. Takes about 8-10 minutes depending on size of crab cakes.
Serve with some tartar sauce.
MMMMMMM NOM NOM NOM.
Enjoy my friends,