Archive for February, 2010

Biggest Mistake in Potty Training…

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If you can avoid this ONE mistake you will be so far ahead of the game of potty training. Too many moms and dads start with good intentions and excitement, but without the correct tools and tricks you can begin to feel like you are about to pull your hair out. It is okay. I am here to help you!

Biggest mistake: Using "Pull-Ups" thinking that they are the next step in training a big boy or girl.

"Pull Ups" are a waste of time and money, and the most confusing invention for kids when learning to potty train. You need to transition them directly to underwear. I know you may be asking many questions like: "What about all the accidents?" Don't worry!  In the Pro Potty Trainer program, I address all of those types of questions. Trust me...NO- "Pull Ups" means quicker potty training!

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How to Make AMAZING Curry Chicken QUICK!


Stir Fry- 1 lb chicken or shrimp cut up with Onion in 2 tbs oil
Add: Carrots and Peppers if you want with 2 1/2 cups water, bring to a boil
Reduce heat, cover and simmer until meat is tender and vegtables cooked (approx. 10 min)
Remove from heat and Add "Golden Curry" from S& B  (Found in the Asian section of the Grocery Store)
Break up Curry into pieces and stir until completely melted...simmer 5 minutes.
Serve over rice or noodles.


Click here for my banana bread receipe.

Click here for my Dutch Baby receipe.

What To Do When You Lose-It With Your Child?

Have you ever had "one of those days" when you just lose it with your child? Well, I have been there. I was struggling and was a  bit mommy-frustrated. :) But the good was easy to correct and fix!!!

As a mom it can be tough. Parenting can have its moments. But, that one simple word FORGIVENESS is a great way to correct any situation. I simply asked my 8 year old to forgive mommy for losing it and she did! Joyfully she said, "It's okay mom."

The better story is that she now is learning what an apology looks like and how to say "I'm sorry."



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