Amelia is out of the office this week and I'm filling in here. I'm Haylen, the board moderator over in the Parenting 4&5 year olds community . I have a 3 year old daughter and a daughter turning 7 in December. 1 year old seems far away!
In some of my communities, we're doing a fun word game. Take a Thanksgiving-y, Holiday-ish word and share what you are thankful for this year. Here's mine:
T is forâ€¦Turkey cooked by someone else! (terrible cook here) U is forâ€¦Understanding friends R is forâ€¦Romy, our rescue dog who brings us so many smiles K is forâ€¦Kids! I feel thankful every day for getting to be a mom E is forâ€¦Eggs..my signature dish for all holidays and pot lucks. Deviled eggs are super easy and no one can tell I'm a disaster in the kitchen. Y is forâ€¦Yoga, nothing else helps me de-stress better so I can be a better mom, wife and WebMD moderator!
I'm Haylen, the board moderator here at WebMD for the Parenting 4&5 year old board.
I'm originally from Oklahoma, now I live in Southern California. I have a 3.5 year old daughter and an almost 7 year old daughter in 1st grade. I'm 44 so as I would say to my kids when they were babies at meal time, I'm "ALL DONE"
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