A good parent is patient with a crying child. Thanks to Caleb for sharing this opening story and for being a good dad to his kiddos.
Caleb (the dad) and Adam who is 3
I’m finding that parenting involves a lot of scolding. Consider the conversation from this morning. . .
Adam: WAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!!!!!! (x 30 min.)
Me: *frustration rising*
Me, talking to myself: Self, why are you getting angry?
Self: This DUMB KID won’t stop CRYING!
Me: Uh huh, that’s what kids do, Self. Continue reading “A Patient Parent and a Crying Child”
Rich Tomato Vegetable Soup to keep you warm and keep away the munchies
Instead of reaching for those cute and delicious bite-sized candy bars that you’ve been hiding in your cupboard, make a big pot of this soup and enjoy a cup or two! It will be much more satisfying and help you keep from snacking on those high calorie candies.
Don’t get discouraged by the list of ingredients! All these tastes mix together just right. I estimate that you can get the vegetables chopped and ready in about 15 minutes. Continue reading “Rich Tomato Vegetable Soup to keep you warm and keep away the munchies”
I have come to the conclusion that I need a low impact exercising program for Grandmas. I have found most of the exercise programs out there are too vigorous for me. I am an active person, but fragile. I certainly don’t want to injure myself but I would like to stay fit. So I am designing my own program: The Program of Ten Plus. Continue reading “Low impact exercising for Grandmas”