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September 23, 2008



We have trukey "crumbles" on activity nights. I just brown ground turkey in a pan (seasoned with "Montreal" seasoning. And the rest is whatever we have- carrrot sticks and apple sauce often get pulled out, yogurt...if we have any other vegiies fresh or fruit we cut those up. If the kids want they are allowed to sprinkle a little low-fat shredded cheddar chees on their meat. Voila a healthy, QUICK and EASY "Meal".

Alex Elliot

That sounds pretty good! I'll have to try it.

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I think it works great for lots of kids not to rush into Kindergarten! They expect a lot now and why push kids any faster than they need to I say.
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Auds at Barking Mad

Are you guys still keeping this going? I really miss hearing from some of my favourite bloggers (YOU GUYS!) on a regular basis. I'd still love to contribute if you are looking. Looks like you've got someone from VT that would like to jump on the bandwagon too.

I know it's a busy time of year...hope all of the New England Mama's have a very Merry Holiday Season!

Auds in Maine

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Kudos to you for watching the class. So many parents drop the kids off and then disappear. They neglect to think of how these after school activities can impact their children in so many ways.

I'm not sure if you found Tae Kwon Do, or whether you found a great teacher. The quality of these activities greatly depends upon the energy and character of those in charge.

As a soccer coach who's worked with kids of all ages, I've seen every coaching atrocity that one might imagine. Don't assume. Watch your kids at these activities.

Also, if you get the opportunity, join in the fun. I run a free goalkeeper's clinic in the off season. My one requirement is that a parent MUST participate. I've found that it's brought families just a little closer together.

Don't know why I've been standing on my soapbox. Just read your post and something hit me.



I'm a New England parent as well, and my daughter will be turning 5 THE DAY BEFORE the cut-off date. It puts a bit of pressure on her to be prepared for Kindergarten since she'll always be the youngest.

I love that OS is taking part in Tae Kwon Do. It sounds like you've found a great place. I'd definitely whip out the crock pot....or leftovers :)

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