Her glasses werent covered under insurance, so we had to dole out 300 euros for them. Make sure you get the flexible frames, and scratch resistent lenses....oh and insurance.
Are you sure her prescription is -8? Babies are born far sighted......normally at a prescription os 2.50 and into toddlerhood it gravitates to 0 or 20/20. DD has a lazy eye and her Dr said it's because her vision hasnt come to 0 yet, so she needs glasses to get to 0. My prescription is -5. I cant see ANYTHING without my glasses/contacts. I cant even imagine a -8. She wouldnt be able to find her sippy, wouldnt be able to see her food, nothing. That's insane!View Thread
Lemme grab it from FB...I typed out the recipe yesterday....
Here in the netherlands they sell croissant dough....not like Pillisbury (heaven forbid they have anything American) but it's like phyllo dough cut into croissants.
This is a rough estimation.....I made 1 big one because I'm that lazy, but if you want, you can make smaller ones. You can also reserve the taco meat from a night before and use it. In the US I used a can of biscuits to make single empanadas. Here, they dont sell biscuits (rolling eyes).
1 pound ground beef 2 c cheese 8oz sour cream 1 packet taco seasoning 8 sheets phyllo dough (more or less depending on how much crust/how flaky you want)
Brown beef. Drain. Add in taco seasoning. Add in cheese first, then sour cream (sour cream first brings the temp of the meat down and doesnt melt the cheese well). You could also add corn, jalapenos, whatever you want.
If you're using biscuits, flaten a biscuit. Add a tbsp of mixture. Fold over to make half moons and seal the edges with a fork. cut a slit in the top using a knife. If you're using phyllo, spread all over half the number of sheets you are using leaving enough room to seal the edges all the way around. Poke holes so it doesnt explode. Bake in oven according to biscuit/phyllo directions. I think I cooked it at 175C (350) for 15 mins or so.View Thread
I absolutley LOVE watching DS try to jump! I remember DD doing the same thing. DD was 2 before she could get her feet off of the ground, and DS will bend/squat down and pop up....like he's going to jump....but he doesnt go anywhere. It makes me laugh everytime.View Thread
I'm thawing some chicken breasts tonight. Not sure how I'm gonna cook them, but it's a kilo, so we'll have that tonight and thursday
Tomorrow we are going to a cinco de mayo party, so mexican food (it's Liberation Day, so it's a national holiday)
Thursday will be the other half of the chicken. Maybe I'll do chicken tortilla soup tonight and chicken casserole thursday
Friday....who knows. Pizza maybe?
We are leaving for the states next Thursday, but we'll be in a hotel starting Tuesday (DH has to fly to London on Wednesday and we leave here at 10am Thursday. ) I'm trying to use the food I have in the house instead of grocery shopping, so I'm getting creative View Thread
If you are asking ADHD-wise, it's not possible to tell at this age. My daughter is in Pre-K (she's 3) and I asked her teacher about it because she doesnt ever stop either. She said it's just an age/immaturity thing. Some kids vent their frustrations in certain ways. DD used to throw herself on the floor and bang her head hard enough to leave a mark. My son throws himself down, but he puts his hand down and bangs his head on his hand....lol. It's totally normal for them to throw things.....it's actually a milestone (wonderful, huh?) but you need to teach them to vent in another way. When he gets old, he'll be able to tell you what's wrong instead of geting frustrated because he cant tell you what's wrong and throwing things. It changes as they get older. DD now prefers to slam doors, kick things around, etc.View Thread
Just wanted to come on here and thank all of you that voted for me for the Mother's Day boudoir photo shoot! I WON!!! Yall are truly awesome people! Yall dont even know me, but you still got on there and voted. Thank you very very much!!!View Thread
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