I KNOW he's hungry, he keeps making the 'more' sign and running into the kitchen and climbing up onto his chair. But he will not eat his cereal, he took two bites and then pushed it away. It is infuriating. And I'm not making him anything else, he needs to just start cooperating at mealtimes. I can't afford to make him 3 different meals in the hopes that he'll like one of them - GO HUNGRY!! GRRRRRRRR!!!!
My husband and I and our three young kids recently moved into our first house and we've never been happier. Or poorer, but happier is far more important, don't you think? We are making our way through various DIY projects and furnishing the house on a shoestring budget and I get such a rush out of it all. Between that and enjoying our children, we are busy peeps. Every day we are grateful for all that we've earned, all that we've learned, all that we've been given, and all that we are are lucky enough to have.