I will spare you the details, but my title of Mama was put to the test last night. Nora caught G's flu, and this meant a bath at 1 a.m., followed by a shower at 2:30. Most unpleasant, though she kept in good spirits for most of it. I'm left hoping that I will once again avoid the illness that has everyone else quarantined.
the meantime I have really loved getting your comments about the
upcoming posts about Nora's education with food and eating. And I
wanted to open it up in case anyone had any particular questions they
wanted answering to. I know I've had a couple requests just in general,
but I would love to help if you have any specific ones in mind. I
don't claim to be an expert, but what we're doing seems to be working on
the food front, so I'd love to help.
I'm not perfect
and have a funny little story to share about having to quit some of my
own bad habits in order to make sure Nora doesn't continue to mimic me.
If I'd had Nora a few years ago I am sure her food choices would be
much less varied and healthy because our choices weren't always as good
as they (usually) are now. And I do want to offer hope for those
looking to help their child overcome being a picky eater, though as the
author discovered it means going against the current trends in North
We're looking forward to an illness
free weekend full of holiday cheer and scrumptious food and bubbly.
Any great meals you have planned for this weekend?