I wonder sometimes why some posts get more traffic than others. Our of curiosity I combed through my stats looking for an answer because this particular post I published in September consistently pops up as being viewed and even commented on very frequently. It’s by far not my favorite, but for some unknown reason has appealed to my readers. With almost 250(that’s a lot to me) views, it has only drawn 17 likes and 24 comments, with 1/2 of those comments probably being my reply. What draws readers to this post? I don’t get it, but it is what it is! ~Elle
This summer H and I had the pleasure of having Kerri’s two girls – Lia, 8 and Charlee, 5 – spend a week with us – without their mother. We had a fabulous week with these two sweet grandchildren, but when it was over I realized what I had forgotten about young children and how old we actually are – because we felt it.
- MEALS – Children eat three meals a day plus snacks on a schedule – their schedule. We are used to eating when we want, what we want, and where we want. Children don’t necessarily like anchovies on their pizza, avacoda’s on a salad, or oysters – raw or cooked.
- SAND- Children don’t realize when you live in Florida you have to brush the sand off your feet before climbing into bed or there will be “crumbs” in the bed as Charlee discovered. And YES, I do…
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