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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

The little guy overheard hubby and I talking about my blood test results and while some of the numbers are improving, some are just frightening and well, he's very sensitive. ANYWAY, I was assuring him that I was doing what I could by eating right, going to the doctor, etc., and now he's my little food policeman. :) He's asking a ton of questions. Asking if I should be eating that? Is that a good food? I've given him a run down of what are absolute no-no's and I fully expect he'll hold me to it. He also went for a walk with me while we were waiting for his Social Skills Group. :)

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MATTSMOM32 8/20/2010 6:30PM

    Jen, that's AWESOME!!! It is great to have them on our side. I just wish I could change what Matthew eats, but other than pointing out to him the risks (and freaking him out!) there's no way he'd change. I do what I can where I can. Like with his chocolate milk, we stopped buying the premade (which was made of high fructose corn syrup) and use Ovaltine instead.

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JENNA3FROG 8/20/2010 6:09PM

    It's always nice to have an 'innocent' on your team :) Katelyn won't let me buy donuts for any of us anymore :P She also likes to do Wii Fit and Leslie Sansone with me :)

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MATTSMOM32 8/18/2010 11:03PM

    Yup, I know. He's already asked a million questions. :) He wants me to get the family gym membership so he can go swimming when I go. I have a feeling this isn't going to be 'me' time. LOL!

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PENSKE40 8/18/2010 10:51PM

    Oh, he is SO going to hold your feet to the fire... just remember, when it becomes annoying, his heart is in the right place. LOL :-D

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