happy to find a tastey chip that is gluten free.
Too hot to eat the roast for me, but the guys where thrilled to have it when they got home from the auto/air show today, they are both sun dried!!
I couldn't help but laugh a tiny bit when I saw Josh, he is really over done in the sun! Geez, just cuz mom was sleepin in on Saturday, you think the boys would have remembered a little sun screen at 6 a.m.? :-) ooo man they look sore!!!
Made black cherry jello with fruit, topped with whip cream, fresh sliced strawberries and maraschino cherries...Kids thought it was better than ice cream:) Kids are so good at copying us adults, they are being pretty mindful of what we put in the shopping cart, and it is fun to see the different reactions they have. I told them mom is going gluten free, but that it is okay for them to have it and to still want it a little bit, but two really don't, interesting. I had no idea they would want to try to eliminate it from their diets, but my 11 year old says he feels so much better not eating, and my little girl (6 1/2) noticed moms hair growing and now wants no part of wheat, of course they are all still eating it at school, but it is interesting that they are opting out. I say things to them when they eat grapes or a banana, for instance, like
"Did you hear your body say thank you for that healthy food?" and they always get super excited, hop up and down and say yes and tell me how they feel when they eat healthy food:)
They love to run and race each other and have noticed that when someone is running slower, they maybe had an earned 'game day' at school where they have loads of wheat filled treat and filled up on junk food, and they have seen just how much it slows them down. Little ones are so in tune to what they eat and how it makes them feel, they are darling.
Blessings to you ♥
& Stay Strong
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