I know it's been a while since I posted the thread about my daughter's condition. I have been computerless since we got back home several monthes ago. I just wanted to let everyone here know that your prayers worked. My daughter is in remission and doing very well.:D
I eat healthily but my husband likes white bread and candy and chips and all kinds of junk food he refuses to give up. I try to encourage my children to eat like I do but they'd rather eat like their father.
Sometimes I feel like I'm the bad cop even though my husband usually upholds my rules in front of the kids. Well, at least when I'm around. They know for instance that if they ask him for candy or sugary snacks he'll usually give it to them. I don't like them eating too much sugar or candy...
Do any of you have suggestions for how I can get my five year old daughter to eat more healthy foods? I am trying to get her to eat enough nutrients in her food that she won't need a vitamin suppliment.
You mean leaving frogs alone, I guess so. I don't have a desire to touch one although I think I used to pick them up when I was a little girl.
The person below me hates something they used to love as a kid.
I think most of the time it's meant as "the baby's getting big" but I agree with the others it depends on who says it and how it's said. If it's said as if in disgust then yes, it's very rude. If it's said as in "pregnant women are so cute" then it's fine. Kind of like the "Can I feel your...
that's a good suggestion greg, I would be afraid that would get her used to writing on walls though. I've been told I used to do it and my kids do it whenever they can, I usually try to keep pens and markers out of reach.