Owen used to love a few different veggies, not most, but enough to get him decent balance. His favorites were broccoli and carrots. He’s never liked greens, nor, like his father, any form of what we call squash in America (courgettes or pumpkin types). String beans are a rare event. He likes peas okay, but … More screw the (food) rules (for our kid)
I know getting proper RA treatment means getting the right DMARDs to work controlling my immune system so that it quits attacking my synovial and connective tissue, so that I get minimal permanent and life-shortening joint and organ damage, but sometimes the idea of just popping a pain relief pill every few hours or wearing … More Living in the moment with rheumatoid arthritis
I totally intended to spent Owen’s naptime today writing a post about our first visit to the Exploratorium, but here’s how things have gone instead: Wake up at 1 am coughing hard enough to evert lungs but realize it’s too late to take cold meds and go back to sleep and still have a chance … More better living through chemistry is exhausting
DJ’s tired, beautiful face., a photo by marymactavish on Flickr. I keep having these blogging ideas. I’m going to write about how I’d like to homeschool but have no idea what will be right for Owen or our family when the time comes. I’m going to write about how his sleeping is changing a lot … More I. Am. So. Tired.