Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Losing weight can be hard

I have been trying to lose the body fat from my last child for past three years. But life happen. I have been through a lot, I know it is not excuse for not exercising and eating right. My son was in child protection service custody about 3 years ago over some self-inflected bruises. He would often throw himself into walls when throwing temper tantrums. But years of psychologist and patients broke him out of it.

I have been through financial trouble. My family struggled really bad after my husband got laid off due to the slump in house sells or house being built. I use love lifting weights, do yoga and run, during that time I did lose about 50lbs. But then when the financial stress returned I gained it all back. Because I was so focused on finding a job and working as many hours as possible. My nutrition took a back seat to making money. I am in a better position in life and willing to stick to it now. So, next month I am changing what I eat and getting out more. I will keep you updated.

 I am fit, trim and eating right.

Thank God For Tubal Ligation

I have five wonderful children, each different and unique in their own way. Today I was doing my normal routes. I usually service lunches (summer lunch program for kids) to kids at a non-profit organization called MJM Foundation. There are two young kids maybe about one or two years old that comes every day and eat lunch there. The little girl would just run and scream all day. When my youngest son (about 3 years old) would try to play with her she would make hi-pitch screams.  She would scream when she is happy scream when she doesn't get her way, scream about any thing.  Her screams did not travel anywhere just stayed inside the building. 

Lets just say at the end of the day I thank God I cannot have anymore kids. Thank you God for tubal ligation. I don't have the patients to deal with another kid. 

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

My Autistic Son

(My autistic son is on the right side tallest kid)

When I first give birth to my son (now 11 years-old). I had big hopes and dreams for him. I wanted him to play sports, write, read and everything. I just wanted him to take the world on full speed. I wanted to put him in everything. But as he got closer to one years old I notice he stop being verbal. When he was 11 months old he could say mom, grandmother and father. But when he turned 1 years old he was not talking. I did not know what was wrong. I though he might have been a late bloomer.

I took him to see a therapist at two years old. They told me he was autistic and may never talk and always be different. Thank God that therapist was wrong. My son is 11 years old talking and able to do anything. He is currently in normal class with a special ed teacher pulling him out an hour or two during school. He love school and favorite subject is Math.

This is the first time I ever talked about my feeling of having an autistic child. It was frustrating at first but he is getting older and out growing a lot of the temper tantrums and now know how to express his feelings.

Thank God for my healthy boy!

Did you know?

Did you know it is important to read to kids. Reading not only soothe young babies but also aid in developing their vocabulary. Within the first five years of life, children's brains grow rapidly. Its important to start kids early reading. Children's books such as What is your cat doing? is an excellent book to read toddlers and kindergartners. The pictures are bright, beautiful and inspire toddlers to dream big.

Children's books do not have to be long and complicated. The less complex a children's book, they would enjoy it better. That is why so many organizations started plans to get kids reading at young ages. Local libraries have reading hour with various authors. Bookstores have story hour by various authors. Just check your local libraries to find out when they are having story hour. If you don't have time to take your kids to story hour. Wonderful free websites such as Starfall would read books to your kids out loud.

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Top 5 books for Kindergarteners

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you see?

This book was published in 1992 and have been teaching kids to read for a long time. Although the book have been republished it still has all the original wording  and pictures are brighter. 

What is your cat doing?

This book is about a cat with many different occupations including doctor, weather chaser. It teaches kids to use their imagination. And a more underlined message of them being anything they want to be, just believe in themselves. The pictures are brightly colored and this adorable cat appears through out the book. 

Big Egg

A hen wakes up and find a giant egg in her nest. She tries to figure out the egg belong too. This book have bright colors and wonderful pictures. Great book for kids just starting to read. 

I like Bugs 

Black Bugs. Green Bugs. Fat Bugs. Buggy Bugs., I like Bugs!, , A rhyming ode to insects, penned by none other then Margaret Wise Brown. This poem was originally published in The Friendly Book., , Mile 1 books entice brand-new readers with rhyme, rhythm, and repetition. The type is big, the words are easy, and the art is bright and bold.

Motley The Fox

Motley the Fox is quiet and nice. She is talented and bright. One of Motley's many talents is that she can paint using many colors. Every time she paints, it brings a smile to people's faces.






Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Summer reading program for Pre-K and Kindergarten

Summer Reading Program is very important when it comes to preparing you kids for the next grade level. Keeping your kids reading throughout the summer would ensure they will not forget what they been learning all school year.

If your kids are going to Kindergarten or starting Pre-k or just need a way to stimulate their imagination the check out What is your cat doing? 

This book is available in print or ebook on Amazon.

Monday, June 16, 2014

Author R. Williams : What is your cat doing?

Author R. Williams : What is your cat doing?: A new title have been released through Createspace by Renee Williams. The title is called What is your cat doing? The book is for kids j...

What is your cat doing?

A new title have been released through Createspace by Renee Williams. The title is called What is your cat doing? The book is for kids just beginning to read. The cat does many traditional things a cat do along with trying out many different occupations. This book is meant to inspire kids to chase their dreams.
The book is now on sale at  for Kindle and printed copies Createspace



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