DYK anyone?

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DYK anyone?
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Fri, 07-20-2012 - 12:28pm

I used to love DYK threads.  Anyone interested in getting one started?

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Wed, 09-19-2012 - 7:35am
I'm glad the nanny is working out well, I'd have a tough time figuring out where to let someone help me too. That sounds like a good lunch for Monkey, it's nice he's not picky. Mine get the school lunch and Luke has been having trouble adjusting. Even if I packed his lunch it would be PB&J every day and that isn't healthy. I'm hoping it opens him up to new stuff like it did with Alex. Our school has gone almost too healthy (tater tots are made of sweet potatoes) and there is some weird stuff I'm sure the kids aren't eating.

We are having a late start today which is nice, they are doing them once a month rather than the 1/2 days they used to do. I'm taking Nathan to the Dr today. He got popped in the chin with the ball while playing keeper Monday night and got a bad headache, yesterday he said his head was hurting when he jumps so he might have a concussion. He's fine otherwise so I don't think it's serious, we just need to know if he needs to be sitting out at all.

Alex has decided he wants to join band which I'm ok with, except the only brass instrument that worked for him was the french horn... so they are like over $4,000 and even the rental program is $60 a month. If he decides after a year he doesn't want to play we are out all the money. Or we could spend the next 9 years paying it off at that rate. I'm looking int buying a used one which is still a lot up front but if he changes his mind we can at least sell it to get some of the money back. I found one on Craigslist for $1000 so I'm hoping the band teacher says it is a good one and it is still available.

I scored some great deals on clearance toys this week for Christmas, I'm all ready to start holiday shopping! Outside of Nathan wanting a 3DS I'm not sure what all they are going to want.
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In reply to: jenastar
Fri, 09-21-2012 - 2:32pm

Cinnamon cream cheese dip sounds really good.  I think that's something my kids would like.  Now that it's fall (tomorrow), I was thinking of whipping up some pumpkin cream cheese.  Last year, I saw a friend on FB mention pumpkin cream cheese being sold in stores.  I couldn't find it, so we just added pumpkin puree to cream cheese and it was a hit.

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In reply to: jenastar
Fri, 09-21-2012 - 2:33pm
DYK I just got back from the dentist. My dentist is my BIL. I had to have a filling done. It makes me mad because there was a spot my old dentist was "watching" (watching for it do do what? sing and dance?) for the last two years. But, whatever. At least it's over with. I just wish my face didn't feel like silly putty. All I want to do is drink a mug of coffee.
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Fri, 09-21-2012 - 3:17pm
I have a few spots my dentist has been watching for 3-4 years and as long as they don't change we leave them alone. The kid's dentist is into filling everything which is really annoying.

Pumpkin cream cheese sounds so good... I just cooking up one of our pumpkins and roasted the seeds today. I'll have to get some cream cheese next week.
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