25 June 2007
My sister, Jordan, of late has discussed how she has been trying (and succeeding, I might add) in nourishing herself better. Caring for others who are so dependent, takes much out of a person, and sadly, I often neglect my own well-being when it comes to healthy eating during the day. I've also noticed a trend in the way I cook--what will the kids eat without putting up too much of a fight? So, I am resolving to find a better balance in feeding myself with more thought and feeding my family with more diversity. So, we had cheese souffles. You might be wondering...a 5, 4, and 2 year old eating a cheese souffle? Well, it was what I wanted. So, that's what we had. Divine took a nibble here and there, Pearl decided she would eat hers with a large dollop of ketchup, and Olive ate hers, sans condiments, whole-heartedly. I was pleased, not only that they were willing to try something new, but that I was willing to take the chance that I would throw out a whole batch of souffles due to lack of interest.
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