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Tips for Filling the Nutritional Gap
With school back in session, I am back to worrying about the kid’s getting all the vitamins they need throughout the day. They are eating breakfast and lunch at school, which only leaves me preparing and watching how much is eaten at one meal a day.
Knowing that Aidan is already a very picky eater and that the medication he is on for autism usually leaves him with little to no interest in food, I worry that he isn’t getting much nutrition from his diet.
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Don’t just be a Soccer Mom, Be a Sideline Hero!
I never imagined myself becoming a soccer mom, a sports mom, or anything of the sort. I was going to be the cool mom, or so I thought. Who knew back then that what would end up being the coolest in my children’s eyes would be a full-fledged, minivan driving, lawn chair carrying, snack packing, sitting on a field all day cheering, soccer mom! So that’s what I am, every Saturday morning I help strap on shin pads, lace up cleats, and get my players down to the field, and I wouldn’t want it any other way. Seeing the passion in their eyes as they play their games, and watching the friendships and bonds they make with their teammates and coach is incomparable.