First, it's such a wonderful way to hear your voice! You did great! I'm so looking forward to the discussions. Cheers!
Wow, that's the first time I have heard your voice! It's funny, I have been following your blog from the very first post, and I didn't expect you to sound like that! It's funny the preconceived notions that can build up over time.Cheers,J
Hi, this was great! Re. your voice - I was watching He's Just Not That Into You on TV last night and I thought of you anyway, since it's set in Baltimore; but now, you sound just like Drew Barrymore! Cool!
I don't even have kids and I'm looking forward to hearing about this for me!!
I agree with Ping, it's great to hear your voice!! My son is grown and married to a great woman who is a fabulous cook. I must have done something right because most times when he's asked if something is good his response is "yay food!" I always tried to get him to have just a taste of something, I couldn't begin to count the number of times we discussed brussel sprouts!! As an adult he seems to have continued with that "at least give it a try" attitude.Looking forward to hearing what you've found works for Nora.
Thanks everyone! I'm not a huge fan of my own voice (which G tells me is absolutely normal, but whatever). And I think Drew Barrymore is awesome, so I'll take that as a compliment!Stephanie, I found as I was reading the book and trying to come up with a good way to explain how we've done things with Nora that it made me really think about how I do things myself. The book is written about kids, but because so many of us were raised with (and continued) bad habits I sort of have to re-evaluate my own choices first!Jackie, I think that attitude is perfect! It's sad to say, but I've had more issues with adults than children with the try everything rule. And nothing is more infuriating at a dinner party than watching people have weird food issues not eat what you worked hard on!