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Hey Michelle! I’ll try to find you on facebook!
Update: I looked, but could not find you. 🙁October 31, 2018 at 9:59 am in reply to: Babysitting, how old does your child need to be to be a babysitter? #97735
I agree, my sister and I are a year apart and we watched my younger siblings when we were like 11 and 12. If they learn CPR and first aid, that would be super helpful I think
Oh gosh, my son recently read “Dragons love tacos” and we have never laughed so hard in my life at a book. I highly recommend that one!
I’ll have to look it up, but not sure about drinking Diet Coke, thats not exactly healthy for your stomach.
I swear by exercising with my toddler, even when he was a baby. Who needs free weights when you have a 20 pound medicine ball at home that will giggle and talk sweetly to you while you lift them? I agree with Linda, check youtube for workouts at home and print some off so you don’t have to go online everytime you want to work out. Just look at the fridge or the wall (wherever the workout is attached).
Hey! I am lactose intolerant and I’ve tried goats milk to be met with the same cramps and terror as usual. Fairlife milk is great though and doesn’t have the nutty taste of all the nut milks.
I’m in Berrien County over in the southwest side of the state but I do work full time. Being a mom is like having a second fulltime job so Its def hard to connect. lol
I’m down in southwest michigan so I’m a bit far away 🙁
I’m glad you got so many responses! Moms helping moms!
I agree, you are a wonderful person to offer such kindness
I watched a 15 min documentary on Buzz Feed about a gal who went a month with zero trash. It was eye opening and that chick lost so much weight because she was purchasing fresh produce that she would use reusable bags to purchase and wasn’t purchasing much of anything else because it would mean trash. I really want to try this for a month and change up somethings like being able to purchase items that are packaged which can be recycled or composted. So essentially, NO PLASTIC.
I am lactose intolerant and I find that I have to change up my brands/flavors. I used to be all about Soy milk for a while until I was introduced to Almond Milk. Lately, I have found that FairLife milk is naturally Lactose free and actually tastes pretty close to the real stuff. It is real milk, but somehow they take the lactose out of it. My 3 year old loves the chocolate flavor, and I sometimes get him the Omega 3 enhanced version of it. Give it a try!
We always make it a giant playdate and we set up the toys so all the kids can play in the living room. I typically turn on a disney movie or something that the kids will watch (Moana is a big hit lately). Then we all chat about what we get to sample and have the kiddos try it and just make it fun. Nothing too serious. Food wise, everyone brings a snack and we just have snacks and pizza/hotdogs/spaghetti whatever is appropriate for the day. 🙂
My son has a game on his LeapPad that teaches about composting/recycling and how each works. Makes me want to start a compost in the garden but have no idea how to start it.
Haha i thought i responded to this… Are you still in Stevensville? Thats where i’m from but I’m in Eau Claire now.