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Sunday, April 23rd | Week in the Life 2017

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  1. After breakfast supplements - Tuna Omega Oil, Sesame oil (high in methionine which is good for people with MTHFR), Cyruta Plus, Enzycore, maybe Iron, and Trace Minerals B12 (all from Standard Process). I take half the recommended dose on all but a few important ones like Pituitrophen and Symplex F that I need to take daily to afford them. 
  2. Pituitary support - in addition to a pituitary pmg, I put one drop of Brain Power essential oil on my tongue and hold my tongue to the roof of my mouth for one minute. 
  3. Bo's toys and clothes that need put away - he does not like to clean his room nor fold clothes and put them away, but he will with a little encouragement and help. 
  4. A load of boys' clothes
  5. A load of girl's clothes 
  6. Another load of boys' clothes
  7. On a trip to the city to get groceries at Costco - we stopped to get Little Caesar's pizza and Nathan while in town. (My husbands favorite because it's cheap, fast, and have the best crazy bed, if you ask him.)
  8. Visiting with Nathan while we are in town. We went and got ice cream and french fries together. Don't ask me what else I ate today because I'm not ready to confess. 😜
  9. This was actually taken the next day, but I forgot to get a pic of the groceries or of our shopping trip, so I took one the next morning because the kids begged me to let them set up the new trampoline. Well, I had a good one from target but I forgot to put it in. I guess I could have swapped out a laundry photo - I have three. 😂 So, the kids have wanted a trampoline for awhile now, so I encouraged them to all put in their birthday money together to buy one. I told them they could set it up if they could get the box to the back yard. They did (!) by taking all the parts out of the box and carrying them to the back yard one by one.  😂
Thanks for peeking into a week of our life! :) 


  1. Alright... trampoline. We go back and forth on whether we want to get one. What sort of rules do you have for it? My boys are so darn rough that I am sure we will have broken bones instantly. I could sure use the extra energy burning power around here though.

  2. No shoes, no food, no more than 300 lbs on at a time, and be safe (like no jumping when it is wet and not being reckless). So far, we haven't had any problems. I kind of add rules as needed, like when it rained and I was worried they would slip and twist an ankle. The trampoline we got from Big Bear has a safety net, so that is nice and keeps them contained. Malachi said he has fallen into the net once, so I'm glad it's there. The net zips up so that's nice too. They bump into each other, but so far no serious injuries (maybe a stubbed toe). It has really been wonderful! They spend hours on it!

  3. Oh, and the kids add that they feel safer jumping with bare feet because they have more grip. :)