I was reading a comment on a website that sells mineral fiber insulation for sound-proofing a room while making the room better acoustically for music. The web page was talking about how the product would provide thermal insulation, and I actually was thinking it was a pretty good idea. Near the bottom of the page, I saw a review from someone who called themselves “Spam catcher” who commented that the product could be purchased for a lot less money somewhere else. Curious, I tried to find that other place, and came up with nothing. That made me curious why people have to be so hateful, to post false comments like that.
You hear a lot about how teenagers (boys in particular) eat like there’s no tomorrow, but right now you’re dealing with a younger child who’ll barely take a bite off of her plate. Perhaps your child has one or two favorite dishes but you’re worried he’s not getting enough nutrition if he eats only PB&J and mac and cheese. Luckily, you can convince even a picky eater to eat better.
Focus on Presentation
Discover special lunch recipes for kids that appeal to the still-refining palate. Create works of art out of chicken, veggies, fruits, and bite-sized pieces of fish to make your kid more excited about eating. Make lunch a special occasion by meeting for “tea time” with your kids, complete with bite-sized sandwiches. Presentation goes a long way toward making lunch more fun and getting your child to eat.
Slip in Fruits and Veggies
Whenever possible, slip fruits or vegetables into the foods you serve your kids so they’re not sitting in front of a huge pile of healthy food they don’t want to eat. Puree carrots and mix them into spaghetti sauce. Add sliced bananas to peanut butter sandwiches. Serve them veggie juice.
If you approach meals as if they’re supposed to be fun instead of a “punishment,” your child is more likely to eat more and eat better. Don’t force them to eat food they hate – make them want to eat more.
It’s been too long since I went fishing. I used to spend hours upon hours on my little boat in the summer with a rod and reel and a little cup of bloodworms for bait. I used to catch buckets of perch and sometimes a few rockfish.
I think we’ll have to gather up the gear from the depths of my garage and find our way over to the lake where we can rent a john boat for half a day. It will be nice to get out of the house and something different. I don’t even care if we just release what we catch. To be honest, I’m not sure the fish caught around here are even safe to eat. But we can still have a nice day throwing a line in the water.
Your child’s birthday is just around the corner and you are drawing a blank trying to think of what to do. Sure, you could have it at your house, but you don’t want to deal with the set up, the clean up and having to provide the entire menu – not to mention deal with tons of screaming and hyper kids.
For your child’s party this year, how about booking the best inflatables play center near Cincinnati OH? Here’s a look at why your child – and you – will love having the party at here.
- There’s tons of stuff to do. From bounce houses to playground equipment, there is so much for kids to do here. You’ll never hear the words, ‘I’m bored!’ And, you’ll send the kids home tired out, which all of the parents will love.
- No set up, no clean up. You won’t have to deal with the headache of setting up and cleaning up. Just show up, having a blast and leave when the party is over. It’s all taken care of for you.
- It’s memorable. Your child will be sure to have a party that he or she will remember forever.
We decided to take a walk on the wild side and go to the movies tonight. It is hard to pick which one to see – this summer had a lot of “blockbusters” and there are a few that I think would be best seen on the big screen at the movie theatre rather than waiting for it to come out on DVD and watch at home. Besides, a movie is more fun when you pay $10 for a box of popcorn and your feet stick to the floor from all the spilled sodas and pieces of candy dropped by the kids at the previous showing.