DD went as Doc McStuffins to a Halloween party but is going as Merida from Brave for ToTing. The Merida dress is too long, so I have to figure out how to temporarily pin it up without wrecking it.View Thread
It tastes a lot like steak, it just has far less fat. DH grills so I don't have much to do with it. The only thing I'd say is that it's really easy to overcook and dry out because it has so little fat.View Thread
I check in every other day or so but don't stay long. DD is good, she is going through a phase where she melts down over the tiniest thing so that's been fun. We actually just cancelled her swimming lessons because she keeps freaking out about them. She'll be excited until we get there and then she just starts to cry. This has happened off and on since we started them so we're stopping because it's not fun for her anymore.
I think we are going to see if she likes gymnastics though. She went to a party at a gym and had so much fun.View Thread
Sunday: Pizza (DH's choice for Father's Day) Monday: Grilled veggie sandwiches Tuesday: Bison steak Wednesday: Italian chicken Thursday: Steak salad (DH borrowed the idea from the Panera salad)View Thread
Even if you don't do it in time for your vacation in June, it's a good idea to have one. I don't know if a signed piece of paper would hold up in court, it might hold more weight if it were notarized. But I'm not a lawyer, so I really have no idea. Either way, a will declares your intentions if something should happen and could prevent potential legal questions regarding your DS. Also, you don't have to go at the same time to make/sign a will do you?View Thread
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