It’s been a rough year for a whole lot of people, no doubt. Everyone knows someone who lost their home, job, marriage or a loved one. That person might even be you.
You might say there is nothing to be thankful for this thanksgiving but I challenge you to be a little reflective. Everyone has something if not several things to be thankful for.
Here are a few things I am thankful for:
Posted on November 25, 2010 at 1:09am
I can’t get my son to eat Mac and cheese much less of getting him to try broccoli. Most three year olds absolutely love Mac and cheese but not this one! He is content with eating graham crackers and cheerios all day.
I have found out that I am not alone. For mothers everywhere with picky eaters, take heart, here are some solutions:
Kids feed off our energy. If meal times are contentious, they can get withdrawn or cranky themselves and not…Continue
Posted on November 17, 2010 at 11:18pm
Veteran's day this year is Thursday, November 11th. It's a holiday that slips by with little notice. What brings it to mind for me is that fact that school is out for the day, backup childcare anyone! We should all remember to show our appreciation for the "veterans of foreign wars". These fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters and citizens went oversees and fought the good fight to maintain the freedom we enjoy and to liberate the oppressed in foreign lands. If you run into a…Continue
Posted on November 10, 2010 at 10:25pm
How many times have you heard the financial pundits chant”Your house is the biggest investment you will ever make”.
I plead to differ with the statement. Your biggest investment would likely be your children. Those cute little ones cost an arm and a leg to raise and launch out in life! The Department of Agriculture puts the figure to be over $200,000 to get junior through high school. This is a no-frills estimate with no allowance for private schools, enrichment programs, fancy…
Posted on November 5, 2010 at 9:04am