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So Lucas is still the cutest boy ever. One super cute thing that is happening right now with him is “Delicious.”
When Lucas eats something that he really likes, he calls it delicious. In fact, he has no other describers for food but delicious. I can’t say when it started.But I can say, I NEVER want it to end.
The other night at dinner we were eating steak sandwiches and her kept taking bits and saying, “mmm, delicious.”I tried to record him doing it, but as soon as the camera came out, he clammed up. He does say it a couple of times towards the end of this 52 second video:
Tonight Krysta and I went to this incredible, empowering, educational, and helpful meeting. It was called:
It was sponsered by:
I put a link on my facebook to the live stream of the event. It was seriously so good and so honest. I felt a lot of feelings about myself, and my kids, and my thoughts about when and how to talk to them about sex.
The panalists included:
The program had a booklist
I took a lot of notes.
Here is the video.
This really is a post for me to look at now and again when I need reference or reminding on good ideas as these things come up.
The main feeling I have is that I need to be positive about sex. Not hide if from my kids. Help them feel empowered by their beautiful bodies and feelings. I love my kids, and I am going to do my best. 🙂
After all that heavy talking. We needed a treat for being such great moms.
So we went to Roll with It.
The anti griddle ice cream place.
Last time we went here with the kids, I didn’t even get 5 bites of my ice cream.
In an effort to get all parents involved, Mirah’s school has the WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) program. Most of the school’s volunteers are moms. The Watch Dog program invites Dads to the school for a day to volunteer and help out.
Karl went to the info meeting, lured in by pizza, and found out it was just a time to get dad’s to sign up. He was pretty grumpy about getting “tricked” into helping. BUT, on the day of, he was really excited to go to school with Mirah.
We tried to do a Charlies Angle’s but she wasn’t getting it.
Some explanation, with out mush attention.
And got it!
Karl and Mirah going to school together.
Karl took these:
The went into the teachers lounge.
And put on their watch dog shirts.
A wall of Watch Dog’s and their kids.
After a day of volunteering, Karl and Mirah coming out of school together.
Karl helped in Mirah’s class, and helped with pick up and drop off, he helped monitor at recess. He met Mirah’s teacher, and class mates. He had a great time.