So as you can see, I have had some changes in my life. In October I got married on a beach in San Diego. It was a perfect day although cold and really really windy. I was thrilled to have my boys walk me down the aisle and to have my boys and my step-daughters stand up with us. One of my best friends performed the ceremony and all of our family and close friends or most all was able to be there. It was amazing.
Next I moved in with my hubby and the girls. As I'm sure you can tell, my boys are grown up and have been out of the house for a few years now. The most difficult adjustment for me has been finding my way around (I have no geography gene). My other difficulty has been figuring out what the girls like to eat.
My oldest step, Jess is not picky at all and will try and eat just about everything-except for fish. The youngest however is a challenge. She eats only a few things and is polite and sweet but unwilling to let anything new touch her lips-as if it's poison or something, I do have practice in this. Jacob my oldest was terribly picky until about high school, then he became a human garbage can. Teen boys eat so much!! But, Chels is worse than Jacob ever was and so what is a pediatrician and author of a book about nutrition supposed to do ...................drumroll
The Chelsea Project . With the consent of the "subject" and her parents, we will together embark on a journey to expand and diversify Chelsea's palate. So please stay tuned to all our successes and failures. I welcome all the help I can get so don't be shy, send me a message at firstname.lastname@example.org
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