Or open during construction <3
Fighting the good fight for allergy meds again...
My favorite part was when she explained to me why there are 2 in a Junior pack. I KNOW. Not my first time, lady. What I DON'T know is why I can have all the free birth control I want, but a second allergy injectible would be $1000+ (literally), and that is IF they will even give it to me.
Time to escalate this complaint...again.
p.s. It's totally worth it to try to use the $0 co-pay cards for Epipen or Auvi-Q. Worse they can do is not accept it.
NOT good. This has my kid's name written all over it. Hopefully the prevention measures we have in place hold strong.
This is great.
"I know, deep down, that if love were enough they’d be okay. But it’s not about love. You can’t love away cancer, and you can’t love away mental illness."
Question from a friend:
My 3 year old won't eat anything I make for her. I try to give her balanced meals, but all she wants is peanut butter and jelly, Mac and cheese, and other junky food (which is fine sometimes, but it's literally all she ever wants) I want to say "eat what were all eating or don't eat at all" but she is already underweight (3 years old, 37 inches tall, 26lbs) so letting her not eat really isn't an option. I don't know what to do and I'm open to any and all advice!
Don't eat tuna. No hotdogs.
No soft cheese.
Gain more weight.
Gain less weight.
Eat what you crave.
...the ever changing rules of eating while pregnant.
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There is no denying that I LOVE sweets, but this makes me equally as excited!
Tanner Brothers Dairy was PACKED. More and more people are trying to #eatfresh #shoplocal
As I mentioned a week or two ago, my first grader started asking for Lunchables. I thought it was the packaging or the snack it comes with or something, but it turns out he just wants to make a pizza at school!
So today he has a small soft tortilla shell, a cup of homemade marinara sauce, and a little bowl of shredded mozzarella.
A happy kid for a pennies on the dollar, healthier alternative? Perfect!
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