I certainly don’t want to wish away this time because he’s still my baby and he’s going to be big soon enough, but I look forward to the time where I can pull him aside, discuss his actions, and see him adjust behavior based on that conversation.
I had fallen victim of first time parent cluelessness in which I assumed my daughter was learning everything she needed to know in pre-k to prepare for kindergarten. Now I know that’s not the case so I will do more.
The bottom line is, it’s hard to stay laser focused indefinitely. Sometimes you just want to indulge in your sweet tooth. Or satisfy that salt craving without it effing up your entire day and making you feel like a failure.
I had a lot to cover in my last post and I still didn’t get to share all the ins and outs of this new lifestyle change; like my must have grocery items for clean eating, helpful apps that keep me in check every day, and the big question: WHAT DO MY KIDS EAT!! I’ll cover all of that in this post!