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Tyler looks hungry. Biting his finger, rubbing his stomach...it's like he's teasing you. He's almost lustful with the glaze over his eyes, the exposure of himself. He wants to be filled up, wants all that empty growling inside to be replaced with the satisfied purrs of digestion, either from lots of food or possibly...you. *******(TW - EATING DISORDER BELOW)********
Alternatively: You catch Tyler like this. He's hungry but dissatisfied. Still skinny, but not skinny enough. He needs to go longer, ignore the aching emptiness for perfection. Someday...someday he'll be beautiful. Someday someone will love him. **************************************************(I know I haven't done Tyler but I've bren thinking about his empty tummy a lot since I got this picture. In these scenarios, you'd be Josh and I'd be Tyler, roles reversed. )
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When Chase was a baby and toddler, we had the joy of attending Sunflower where we even as parents got to play in dirt, swing from a tree, run around, paint outside, play with wooden blocks and make music with old pots and pans. As a family we enjoyed slowing down, being curious and lost in childlike wonder... being mindfully present and connected as nature has a way of helping with that. Even if it was for that short time every week, it was so meaningful, impactful and we met lots of great people too!!
Looking for opportunity for this innocent outdoor play in nature as I have so many memories from my summers in Hungary, I wanted this for my son but of course with the hustle and bustle of life (and the extreme heat)... it started lacking as he grew.
Yes he’s growing but I’m refusing to give up on childhood that fast... I was excited to hear his elementary school has a Green Team aka garden club!! I thought it was for the older kids but fortunately learned in the spring that it’s not and that we could participate.
It was great to be back out with nature as a family as my hubby was able to attend too to help the school and garden.
The Chair for this School Committee moved and together with another mom, we stepped up to keep the club alive for the school. Thank goodness my background with teaching and organization and even running a business has helped so much to really even renew the club in a sense. Thank goodness for my Co-Chair as she has been an absolute joy to work with, has a vast knowledge of veggies, fruits, herbs and gardening etc. We had tried making our garden at home in the past with not much success so we are really looking forward to learning ourselves from this opportunity.
We’ve put a lot of behind the scenes work into the club over the summer and with school starting... made some changes with organization, been prepping hard, planning, weeding from the summer, building the greenhouse, hydroponic towers, setting up the rain barrel, testing irrigation, getting box bins organized for the kids, name tags, getting extra dirt, organizing our storage area, planning activities and setting up new (continued in comments)...
I’m aware that the smile of your baby will always melt their mother’s heart, but there is a special reason why I get so emotional behind his. Let me take you back to my last trimester with him. My stress level was at an all time high. It was to the point where my husband was so concerned about me and our unborn baby that he didn’t know what to do. He felt helpless although he offered assistance at every chance he could. Lo was around 16 months displaying true toddler behavior. She was full of life, energy, and laughter. She wanted love and lots of attention as she was busy walking, running, climbing, and learning to do things for herself. Lo was a joy to watch. Meanwhile, my mother (who I was a full time caretaker for) had just taken a major decline in her health. She had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease about six years prior along with other health complications. From sun up to sun down my days were spent caring for my loved ones, but usually putting myself last. To be honest as I look back on it I don’t see how I got through the days. They were filled with sweat, tears, and exhaustion. I’m pretty sure I cried everyday of my last trimester as I watched my mother’s health deteriorating so rapidly. What was I to do?...... To continue reading CLICK THE LINK IN MY BIO 🤗
my love letter to the waters. the waves speak to me and provide me with answers. they listen to my worries, hide my tears. the ocean and I have shared quite some lovely moments together, these waters have watched me grow. oh so special to me.
Have you ever wished your neighbour or caretakers are more flexible and understanding?⠀
Sure, we as parents often try our best trying to pick up our kids early but there will be times where we are slightly late.⠀
We understand most caretakers don't allow 'lateness' but for us, we understand because it happened to us too (in the past). That's why Tiny Seeds Child Care is created with deep understanding and flexibility for parents.⠀
This is also another reason why we are the only childcare in Melaka that opens (official and unofficially) after 6 pm daily (except Sundays)!⠀
Want to know more? Contact us today or drop us a PM for more information!⠀
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Our wonderful resident Jack enjoying his popcorn while watching a movie! 🍿😜
Enjoying their time with the amazing volunteers @bessieshope
. Lots of smiles here at Pinehurst ♥️☺️
Let’s talk about results. 💪🏻
My results are simple.
I work out around 30-60minutes a day.⌛️
I drink a daily Reese’s Cup Shake.🥤
I eat healthy 85% of the time.
And my 15% treats usually involve Mexican food🌮, or half-baked cookies🍪. My results are simple.
But NOT EASY.
⚠️EASY is wanting results but not being willing to invest in the simple tools necessary to achieve them.
⚠️EASY is wanting to work out thirty min a day for two weeks and wondering why our results aren’t the same when I’m years in.
⚠️EASY is thinking you can skip steps and obtain the same outcome.
⚠️EASY is giving yourself permission to not stay committed on days you aren’t in the mood.
⚠️EASY is allowing yourself to buy into the lie that there is this wagon you are either “on” or “off” that rationalizes your success or lack thereof.
⚠️EASY is waiting on this thing called motivation to appear before you move.
My results aren’t EASY.
BUT they ARE simple and TOTALLY possible for ANY-BODY.✅
Follow the plan. Get results. Toss the EASY button on the trash. Nothing extraordinary was birthed easily.
If you are ready, I’m ready to go all in with you!!
It's okay to put yourself first! It's okay to say no! Self care is NOT selfish!
Being a caretaker, I often put my needs to the side. One thing I have learned the last two years is self care is very important for your overall physical health. This year, I have learned that I do not take care of myself emotionally and mentally. I have always known, but enough is enough! Consuming yourself with a large workload, continually taking on more tasks to ignore your own, or not taking the time to actually breathe in and appreciate the fresh air; it's only choking yourself. #selflove #selfcare #photoediting #mentalhealth #physicalhealth #caretaker #healthcare
“The word Ibasho means ‘a place where you belong,’ and its founder describes it as ‘a place where you can relax and just be yourself.’ If that sounds like a welcoming neighborhood café, and not like a care facility for the elderly, it also explains how Dr. Emi Kiyota set out to create communities that value their elders instead of caring for them.” Learn more about @ibasho_org
’s work in Japan, Nepal and the Philippines in Issue 1. Link in bio.