What is it about summer that makes you nostalgic? The long, sunny days. The aroma of a warm summer breeze. The carefree nights. The old-fashioned Kemps Ice Cream. It makes me think of simpler days when the only responsibility I had was to run, play and laugh. I want to fill my kids’ summers with the same carefree nostalgia and the same sweet, cold treats.
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Our weeks fly by during the academic year. Hubster’s schedule is a blur of meetings, student programs, on-call duty and office hours. C enjoys attending school every day, and Baby Jo and I have fallen into a daily routine. The whirlwind of our weeks make the time we have together extra special. We try to fit in quality family time whenever we can and that includes family meals at the table. Our family of four loves to get take and bake pizza from Papa Murphy’s for a family pizza night.
Game Day is a big event in our household. The four of us proudly wear our team jerseys and every event is scheduled around the game. It’s a way of life in our part of the country and I wouldn’t have it any other way! When our team plays on Sundays at noon or on Monday nights, I feel a bit rushed to get food prepared before kickoff. I don’t want to miss the game because I’m stuck in the kitchen! This is where Progresso Chili comes into play. I like to use Progresso Chili to create a 10-minute Game Day Chili Bar.
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I vividly remember the days leading up to C’s initial hospitalization. The thought of a gtube was a far-off possibility, but then he stopped drinking water or eating food. He stopped climbing, jumping and dancing. He became lethargic. We were told to travel to Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, to be admitted. Our stay lasted a few days. He received an NG tube during that visit, which was a feeding tube inserted into his stomach via his nose. We were taught how to measure the tube before each feeding to ensure it was still located in his stomach. We were taught how to tube feed our child formula since he would not eat by mouth.
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Most of the time, being a one-vehicle family is pretty simple for us. We live on campus, Hubster walks to work, and the kids and I are free to use the car during the day. The one thing I dread? Taking the car in for maintenance. I do not like waiting with two small children while our car is in for an oil change! That feeling of dread faded away when we visited the Automotive Care Center at our local Walmart.