I was googling meals to feed my picky “34-month-old” or “almost-3-year-old.” This article came up. This food sounds disgusting. I just want my daughter to eat something other than chicken nuggets, pizza, bottomless cheese sticks and pierogies. I may just resort to protein shakes. http://www.kidspot.com.au/kitchen/galleries/kid-friendly-recipe-ideas/11-easy-toddler-meals-theyll-actually-eat?image=11 Advertisements
It was when I got one of those “reports” from my daughter’s preschool that rambled on about how she lost her shit when they introduced the kids to desktop computers, that I realized this generation is too tech-savvy. She poked at the screen and yelled at the mouse, she just couldn’t understand the concept…… Continue reading When did my 2 1/2 year old become an iPad pro?
In the past two weeks, I’d say we have all disagreed with someone we care about. We have all had a “WTF?” moment when reading someone’s social media post. I’d say we have all felt divided amongst our country. Today, I declare war on ignorance. I am defining ignorance as believing everything you read on…… Continue reading The Civil War on Ignorance in the Digital Age
New Year’s Eve changes when you have kids. No more going out to fun places and watching the ball drop. No more watching the ball drop at all, actually, because you are asleep hours before it drops, unless you mean watching it via the variety of pre-recorded NYE countdowns that Netflix has to offer. But…… Continue reading NYE Kid mixers, Netflix saves the day and brings fun back to the parents!
Today I realized that lying is my parenting strategy for not overusing the “no” word- for the toddler anyway. I find myself saying “No” constantly. No, don’t take your clothes off. No, don’t feed that to the dog. No, you cannot fly. But in some instances, you can just lie instead of always saying “no.”…… Continue reading Lying is my parenting strategy