I’m going to take all of those wonderful foods I grew up eating in New Mexico, and remake them so that they are still terrific but much healthier.
Do your kids spend money like drunken sailors on shore leave? Mine do. Or at least they did, until we made a few changes.
My daughter Grace loves mushrooms. She eats them raw, sauteed, on pizza, in soup, just about any way she can get them.
Dinner at our house is never a secret. My kids know in advance what we are having. If it doesn’t appeal to them they have two choices. They can eat what’s served or they can make themselves a PB&J.
Almost every parent dreads grocery shopping with their kids. Whether it’s one child or six, as in my case, grocery shopping can be pretty miserable. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Here are some tips and tricks for making shopping fun again.
When you have six kids, especially when they are so close in age, there are so many things that are a source for fighting and bickering and parental dismay. Take tennis shoes for example. Shoe What’s the Problem Here? A couple of years ago I stupidly bought three pair of …