This morning we picked up our last CSA box of the season at the Proctor Farmer's Market. We've been going to the market regularly since early summer, and it's been fun to see it change with the seasons, from strawberries in June to pumpkins, squash, and apple cider in October. The CSA with Left Foot Organics has been a great experience--it's gotten me out of my cooking rut and into all sorts of new produce that I never would have thought to try, from kohlrabi to kale to (purple!) Romano beans. We're become addicted to local carrots (something about our cool nights makes them sweeter--they're amazing!) and we can't wait to have enough space to grow our own. The Proctor Farmer's Market is on the small side, perfect for a toddler's attention span.
Tonight, grandma and Sarah watched B while Steve and I had our last "date night" before Deuce arrives. We went to Pomodoro and caught a movie--might be our last one for awhile!
Hopefully this is my last pregnant photo, too. I'm bigger and heavier than I've ever been at any point, and my knees aren't loving it. At least I've pretty much stopped gaining weight--now for the best part--the instant weight loss that happens right after delivery. Can't wait!