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Ophelia When I was a child, I remember eating artichokes at the age of nine. I was out sitting by the curb showing...
After our first child, we didn't even go the baby food route. We fed them yogurt, applesauce, mashed bananas, rolled oats cooked into oatmeal, mushy rice cooked in chicken broth, pureed vegetable soups, etc. Since I nursed them for at least a year, we didn't need to worry about their nutrition so much, and their transition to table food was easier, because they had already pretty much been eating what we were, or at least a portion of or form of what we had.
This reminds me of a conversation I had several years back with a woman who spent something like $1000 on back to school clothes for her son (another grand for her daughter, I think), and was complaining about his expensive tastes and the amount of money she spent. I told her to just set a limit, buy maybe one or two new brand name things and he could either spend that limit on the fancy pants stuff he liked, and get one new outfit and intersperse with his older things, or he could buy more pieces of less expensive lines. She said he just wouldn't wear anything else. I said if she stopped buying it, he wouldn't go to school naked. She still insisted that he just couldn't wear anything else. Guess how much money she saved that year?
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On Fri, 16 Jun 2006 19:58:31 -0500, "jmcquown" I agree with you one that not having kids is one solution :). But it's one thing cooking for your own kids, but take my...
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