That's great whoMe
. Even before this, I guess I should do it in the other thread, but in terms of butter, would melted (possibly flavored) butter as a dip work? For appetizer time.
Around here, I'm realizing that I have really slacked on regular mealtimes and snack times. Oftentimes we just have 3 meals, lunch gets pushed late so there's no snack and maybe that has to do with ornery DD. Let's see if I can work on my weakest area and get the logistical stuff in order--breakfast by 8, lunch 11-12, snack around 3 and dinner by 6? Can I do it? (You see, Kathy, one of your greatest strengths, balancing all those people with all those different needs every day AND working around the school year, it's a huge weakness of mine--my awe of you is never-ending).
Oh, and Kathy
, you asked about calcium--you do make sure to consume a lot, I'd focus more on continuing cell salts and the other stuff that puts calcium in the right places and work (slowly, like after your surgery) on your underlying health stuff, rather than trying more and more and more calcium supps. I like my Perque Bone Guard as a multi-mineral supp, heck, if you want me to send you some I can, but I'm not sure you'd tolerate it any better than the others you've tried (though I really do like it for absorbability and a nice set of other minerals, even some K2 in it). You'll let us know when a date for the surgery is set, right?oaksie
, nice to have new people in Chat! And
to a few of the people who popped in last month, I think I missed the welcomes then (and I'm really bad with names--here and IRL, it's sorta embarrassing). Lack of sleep and mental stress about the things I'm trying to balance are sucking my brain cells. The remaining one is getting lonely, though, so it's time I try to connect her to a friend (I am taking DS's remyelination supps, hoping it'll be good for my brain too
Ooh, speaking of brains, DS is starting to write letters! At the beginning of the summer (he turned 4 in April) he wasn't showing any preference between his right hand and his left and he wasn't writing anything but wild scribbles. Today he copied an R and made an A all by himself. He's also a bit spacey at the moment, the methyl B12 experiment hasn't quite stabilized yet, but still.