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MomsintheGarden

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About MomsintheGarden

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    WTM member since 1999; homeschooling since 1995.

    Favorite homeschooling curriculum/books: The WTM, Chalkdust Math, 100 EZ Lessons, The Old FLL, R&S English, ABeka Elementary Math, Spelling Power, Zumdahl Chemistry, Intro/Intermed Logic, WWE, WWS, Landmark Books, The White Kingfisher

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  1. Ooh, Baker Creek! Dh and I visited their "Pioneer Village" and met Jere and his girls! We ate in their restaurant while his family was eating lunch there. It was a fun place to visit, and close to the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum + 2 of her houses. The Dad's Sunset Tomatoes from Baker Creek are our very favorite. Their taste is incredible. Have fun with your seeds!
  2. Batavian (summer crisp, French crisp) is the BEST! I love growing and eating it. You are very fortunate to have it available from a local source year round!
  3. I'll ask Reg. Thanks for the reminder, RA! The short version is that everything turned out well, and all three will be going to UAH next fall. Sorry for the hijack! I just wanted folks to know that sometimes lips get chapped from allergies. Dd has some wierd ones. She's also alergic to cobalt and some other things.
  4. Oh, and she's also allergic to coconut oil, just in case that helps someone.
  5. Just a fyi that products containing beeswax often contain propolis, a contaminant made by bees that is an allergan. Dd had a terrible problem with her lips until she found out she was allergic to propolis. She use Burt's Bees chapstick; now she uses petroleum jelly.
  6. Happy birthday, Emily!!! It's hard to believe these boards have been around for nearly twenty years. And, yes, I remember your posts about your labor for Emily!
  7. What a great update! Thanks for adding comments with each item, and for letting us know what worked and what didn't.
  8. This thread inspired me to buy another pair of Ecco boots. $57 on ebay, shipped! They were a store display; I guess that's a plus for having small feet. You might have good luck on ebay because your feet are on the other side of the curve. Happy birthday to me! I hope this pair is as comfy as the others!
  9. I've had PF and work in a bcasual dress code place, so I'm always looking for comfortable, nice-looking shoes. Brands I recommend considering are Clarks, Born, Ecco, Olukai, Naot, Merrell, Mephisto, Vionic, and Studio C. I have Ecco Abelone booties and Adel tall boots, and they are very comfortable. Ecco has a nice wide toe box, so your orthotics should work with them. The Abelone has a removable insert with an arch support, but interestingly I find the Adel a bit more comfortable with its flat footbed. I can wear those Adel tall boots all day long, and my feet feel great. I love the leather and soles in my Olukai Kiele loafers. The leather is very soft, and it has never rubbed the backs of my ankles. They come with removable arch support orthotics, but the orthotics make my feet feel sweaty and weird if I'm not wearing thin socks. I've worn Clarks, Born, and Naot clogs for years. Clarks' quality and fit can be all over the place, though, and they seem to have gotten less comfortable over the years (maybe it's me...). My Naot clogs purchased 12 years ago have nice thick hardwearing leather, an arch support, and are cut very wide, so I only wear them in winter with thick socks. My Born clogs are the least comfortable of the three, but they have other styles like Mary Janes that my dd found to be really nice. I don't have shoes from the other brands. I noted them because they were in a Comfort One shoe store I visited. Hope you find something that works!
  10. I am the shortest in my family, shorter than all seven dc and dh. I can't wait to start shrinking. When does that happen? Seventy?
  11. This thread is so timely because Dh and I ran into the mom of one of dh's friends from childhood. This guy has always been an intelligent and nice person, but his life has been a bit of a train wreck and definitely not what we'd like to emulate. His mom gushed that he had changed for the better and is now a Life Coach. Riiight...
  12. I am so, so sorry, Quill. I pray you kick its butt. You did a great job paying attention and getting in there for your mammo! May you have the wisdom and fortitude you need for the weeks ahead.
  13. Sorry about your sleep troubles! One of our dc tried melatonin to help him sleep. It didn't help him stay asleep, and it gave him weird dreams, so he stopped taking it. I am interested in learning more about lower doses because I often wake up between 1-3 AM and have trouble getting back to sleep.
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