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  1. My boys are 8 yrs and 6yrs respectively. They are in general very busy, both playing inside and outside of the house, but they are not the tree climbing kind of boys. For a while they liked the jungle gym we had built for them, but that didn't last long, as we got them a trampoline. Our oldest spent a lot of time on the trampoline, but the last month it is off to be repaired, and will take another 3-4weeks before we get it back. We have to drive to another town to give it in, and haven't been able to yet. He isn't overweight at all, but could be firmer and stronger. The better the gross and
  2. Heyla Monks! I am a visiting Assassin but my 11 year old girl is definitely a Monk. We both practiced Martial Arts together for quiet awhile until our dojo had to move. I was no longer able to make it to classes after work. But she continued and has been studying martial arts for over 3 years now and is very good and loves what she has learned. She is in love with her sai's. She practices hard and knows that what she has learned is for self defense, exercise and fun only. She is why I am here. I need.... an opinion or a reassurance.... Yesterday as she was walking home from sch
  3. Fellow Nerd Parents! When I saw this I immediately fell in love with the idea: DINOVEMBER! Ever day in the month of November you set up plastic dinosaurs in a scene of chaos as though they came to life in the middle of the night! This is just what I need to get some creative juices going and really enjoy something fun and silly with my kids! I'm getting my dinosaurs ready tonight!
  4. OK, I'm finally back! Made it home safe from Queenstown, which was beautiful, and am all ready and rearing to go - for the challenge, and to go back to work (ok, one slightly less so than the other... guess which is which ) So without further ado.... Main quest: Baby On Board Get healthier and fitter throughout my (very exciting first) pregnancy safely, reduce stress and increase knowledge to win at childbirth and early baby stuff (well, as much winning as is possible with unpredictable things like this!) Motivation - it's not just about me or us any more, it's about the family and raising
  5. Hey, I'm teaching some kids in secondary school (ages 13 - 14) about the importance of silence in our lives. I was thinking of adding some meditation, or Yoga or Tai Chi and was wondering if some of you druids could give me some suggestions for good exercises?
  6. Is anyone keeping their wee ones on a paleo diet? I'm looking for meal and snack ideas. My 1-year-old will eat pretty much any pureed fruit and vegetable if I had the ones he doesn't like by mixing them with the ones he does. I can't get him to eat much meat. Besides, he only has 8 teeth. The jarred meats smell like cat food and I hate them but sometimes I sneak them in with a fruit/veggie puree so I know he's getting some protein. He'll eat a few bites of baked chicken and thats about it. He'll also take a hard boiled egg thats all mashed up. Also, what do you do for snacks? The d
  7. I'm wondering if you feed your children paleo ? My husband and I have always been 'good' eaters and we both love cooking, so the junk food ratio has always been low here. No fizzy drinks, no fast food, no ready meals ... but we used to eat a lot of pasta and the kids loved it. Now we adults have both started paleo 'dieting' (we both want to lose a bit of weight). I don't want to scare off my kids but I'm feeling so much better that I feel kind of bad giving them their same old sandwiches and sweets. I've notice before that the more fruit I have in the house, the less sweets they eat.
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