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Friday, February 12, 2010

definitely took a hit letting the babies stay up 'till 11:30 last night. sure, it was nice because they slept in, but now it's their bedtime and they won't fall asleep.

today was a better day as eating goes- except "dinner" ... or a bunch of snacks 'til i was full meal. oh well... i figure since i'm here i'm going to concentrate on the little things- like stretching everyday, and using my 5 lb weights.

i had a horrible horrible nightmare last night. i've never been so scared before in my life. it's like i was awake the whole time, but i was too afraid to open my eyes in my dream. i've never been one to dream about monsters or ghosts or anything like that... but that's exactly what it was. monsters and aliens and other scary things.

i fed the kiddos green beans tonight, and they loved them!!! i had a little taste before hand. ew... and i LOVE green beans! but ew... it was gross. i guess i'm not used to pureed form of green beans. they have tried (and liked) squash, sweet potato and green beans now.... but they don't like banana's. we'll be giving the bananas another shot here soon , like maybe next week or so.

i guess that's my day.. i'm going to finish up my glass of OJ and do a little research online :)

'nighty 'night!
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    Sometimes developing one habit at a time - like the stretching and exercise - is what it takes to build them into lifetime habits.

    I've read where you can mash or blend a lot of foods and have healthier baby food. The processing of the "canned" food actually removes a lot of the real flavor. By the time you pick up the foods at the grocery, you could do the blending or mashing and you could just feed them from the table.
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