Thursday, July 02, 2009

My new favorite thing...
I think I could eat a peanut butter milkshake for every meal of the day! I normally never drink milk, eat ice cream OR peanut butter...but lately, I can't get enough of this combo. SO, I'm limiting myself to one per week. It doesn't count if I eat/drink each item as much as I want seperately though, right?! ;)







5 comments:

Jamie said...

Too funny! Enjoy that milkshake! Methinks you deserve it!!!

Michael and Hannah said...

Gotta feed that growing baby girl! Do you have a Sonic nearby? They make great peanut butter shakes!

Chad and Lindsey Eason said...

Really?!?! Thx Hannah - I'll have to give that a try! :)

Paige said...

I'm glad you are treating yourself to a few of your favorite things. I think you deserve it. Oh, and Sonic does have an awesome pb shake. It's also good to add chocolate to it too!
Looks like you had a great time with some 4th of July festivities. I also just read your post about testing positive for Group B Strep. I also tested positive with Allie and I got medicine when I went into labor. My water broke at home and I was still able to get the meds I needed. I hate that the other doctor got you so worked up and I'm glad you were able to talk with your doctor.
Hang in there!

Morgan Holt said...

Hey Lindsey! Love reading up about your sweet and growing family! Rauly looks so much like Chad and little Shepherd looks just like his mommy...I wonder who Lillie will look like!?! :) I wanted to tell you that, although, Group B strep is scary, be glad that you actually tested positive for it since you do indeed have the bacteria. I tested negative with Emmersen and indeed did have the bacteria. After 24 hours of labor (of which my water was broken so Emmersen wasn't protected anymore), I had an emergency c-section because I was running a very high fever, throwing up, and Emmersen had a very high heart rate. Thank goodness that they took her blood after I had her. The results came back that she had contracted Strep B from me and she was admitted to the NICU for 10 days, had a spinal tap at 1 day old, and I was told that she could easily have went home with meningitis and gotten really sick and it would have been too late to help her. Please know, Lillie will be taken care of. I had antibiotics with Clara and I even had a c-section. They wanted to make sure that nothing went wrong because of my previous experience. Miss Lillie will be born healthy and perfect! Thank goodness for great doctors....I have Emmersen to prove it! Although, I just wish my test would have come out positive to begin with!!! They say that there are very few women in the world that contract Strep B after they have been tested. I guess I was either one of those women or I had a false negative test! Take care of yourself! Lillie is joining a wonderful family!