So I had this frame hanging in my office at work with various vacation pictures. I decided to try and do something fun with it for the nursery.
I painted the frame silver and painted the mat a giraffe print and then put pink paper in the background and framed a few of our best ultrasound pictures. The 6 week picture where Harper was just a dot, the 11 week, two of her 20 week ultrasound pictures and two of her 3D pictures. And then in the middle - I'll put a picture of her once she is here - probably from her first week. I really liked the way it turned out. I wanted something special to do with her ultrasound pictures because they were so exciting for us to catch a little glimpse of our miracle! I'm going to hang it over the changing table.
I thought I'd share a quick easy recipe that I made tonight to freeze. I now have six meals in the freezer ready to eat after Harper comes! I'm hoping the week of new years to maybe do a couple more. It will just be nice to have food ready to go!
This is something my dad used to make for us every once in a while. He used corn tortillas and I think fried them in oil (maybe?) but I'm going the easy route and just doing flour. (I was making two pans so I have more ingredients up here than you need!)
1 lb hamburger meat
1 small onion, chopped
1 can of chopped black olives
1 can of cream of mushroom soup
1 can of Enchilada sauce
8 oz of shredded cheddar cheese
6-8 flour tortillas
Brown the meat and saute the onions in with it. Once that is done, add in the olives and let it heat and then add in 3/4 of the cheese and let it melt - mix it all together. Fill tortillas with the meat mixture and roll up. Combine the mushroom soup and enchilada sauce and pour on top. Top with remaining cheese. Bake at 350 for 30-40 minutes.