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      — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “pseuzanne” wrote:

      >Hello,

      My kids love apples sticks and/or carrots sticks

      w/ peanut butter and dip into raisins or sunflower seeds.

      Bread is very fattening, if you are dieting than maybe just make some

      ham & cheese roll ups without the bread

      or try sm. burrito or pita shells.

      You are lucky you have warm weather.

      Michigan has been rainy, warm, cold on & off.

      Today & yesterday has been cool.

      It feels more like fall weather our way.

      M.O.P.S. is an international group.

      It stands for mothers of

      preschoolers. You can go online and find a group in your area.

      It is a group of christian ladies non-demonination that meet about

      2 times per month & keep planned activties throughout the summer!

      There is nursery provided for children, while mothers have

      adult social time, breakfast, guest speaker, craft.

      I was a member and really enjoyed it.

      Just wanted to share that with you.

      It sounds like you are a proud active mom!!

      Stacie

      > It’s finally getting warm here in Massachusetts, and I’m using free

      > parks, playgrounds, ponds, etc. to entertain my 2 1/2- year-old. I

      > always pack a lunch for both of us in the cooler, but need some fresh

      > ideas to avert boredom. I’m trying to lose weight, and I don’t like

      her

      > to have too much sugar, so even though PB&J sandwiches are easy, I

      need

      > an alternative. She also gets impatient waiting in the morning while

      > mommy packs lunch, so things that go together quickly would be a

      bonus.

      > We don’t have any other special dietary needs, although the only fish

      I

      > can stand is tuna. Any suggestions?

      >

      > Thanks,

      > Suzanne

      >

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