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u/niamhellen · 6 pointsr/TrollXMoms

Vegetarian here! Morningstar stuff often contains more protein than actual meat, and is really easy to use!

Beef crumbles, red sauce, and pasta

Shepherd's pie (without the cheese)

The brand gardein has orange chicken that's really good with rice.

I'll have to do some searching and send you some simple meals he could eat plus a few of my personal recipes. If you don't cook often it can be difficult to have a vegetarian diet, but most meals will last for days (the Shepherd's pie has about 8 servings) so you won't have to constantly be cooking. I also really recommend [this book] (
by America's Test Kitchen, there are so many great recipes and they mark which ones are vegan, which are quick to make, etc. And they also do a great job of breaking down the basics like how to use different types of proteins, prep ingredients, etc.

I know it's probably daunting but you got this! It looks harder than it is, give it a couple of months and you'll be a MasterChef (well, maybe not but you will probably have quite a few favorites you'll be able to make from memory!)

u/Trishlovesdolphins · 1 pointr/TrollXMoms

I have 2 boys of my own. They're 100% car loving, nerf weapon wielding, stereotypes.

I'm also a believer in being a strong woman and it being ok to wear a pink tutu while doing it. ;) I usually have my kid pick out a gift, then I also pair it with a book like one of these. In fact, my two favorite go to books are girls who rocke the world and Girls think of everything

u/agaggleofsharts · 12 pointsr/TrollXMoms

It’s not as gross as I️ thought and honestly amazing. But, another parent group told me about this and it seems even better! The vacuum piece seems crazy but my research tells me it’s actually the best thing to clear them out.

u/warmfuzzy22 · 3 pointsr/TrollXMoms

I have a few awesome teen gift ideas, I will post some links to for you. Im sort of know as giver of random awesome things to my neice and nephews. If you can give me some ideas of what he likes I can try to track down more specific things.

These will all be through amazon because its easiest but they can be found elsewhere.

Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy (RP Minis)

Ravensburger Disney Villainous Strategy Board Game for Age 10 & Up - 2019 Toty Game of The Year Award Winner

Acrylic Dragon Ball Set Z Shenron Action Figure Statue with 7pcs 3.5cm balls and stand

WOWOSS Hogwarts Magic School Badge Wax Seal Stamp Kit Retro Wax Sealing Set Party Invitation Stamps

Cyxus Blue Light Blocking Glasses for Computer Use, women/men UV Filter Eyewear, Square Eyeglasses Frame, Anti EyeStrain Headache(8082T01, Lightweight Black)

u/k_tiara_von_lobster · 2 pointsr/TrollXMoms

I would recommend the fertility awareness method if you didn't have a kid on the way. When practiced correctly it's a really effective method of non-hormonal birth control, but it relies on a fairly regular sleep schedule, which ain't gonna happen when baby arrives.

You don't need to make this decision now. Being pregnant could be making you feel all the feels and it could make you not want to be pregnant again. This decision can wait. It's great that your hubby presented it as a question and a conversation rather than a declaration.

u/frrve · 7 pointsr/TrollXMoms

I was scouring Amazon for a nice looking container to hide a poop spatula when I came across this nice, ceramic, personalizable utensil crock:

The rest is obvious. Merry Christmas, kid. You're welcome.

u/housewifeonfridays · 11 pointsr/TrollXMoms

Looks great! I love the Klutz book of braids for simple directions and advances techniques. My copy is a little dated, but maybe they have edited since the 90's.

Here's a link to the one I have:

u/-Hermione_Danger- · 3 pointsr/TrollXMoms


Brought it in to Walmart and they did it for me :)

u/Snarkysandwiches · 11 pointsr/TrollXMoms

My daughter had this book in the early 90s and it is funny as fuck. Looks like it's still in print on Amazon.

u/carolina_snowglobe · 15 pointsr/TrollXMoms

Get down on their level, and speak calmly and evenly. “Hands are not for hitting. Hitting hurts.” grab their hands if they keep doing it. “I can see that you’re angry and frustrated. It’s ok to feel that way, but it’s not okay to hurt others, your belongings, or yourself. I won’t let you do that.”

I HIGHLY recommend this children’s book. It even has a quick cheat sheet at the end for parents and caregivers.

u/MnM1016 · 4 pointsr/TrollXMoms

Dermoplast Pain Relieving Spray-2.75 oz.
This stuff is a life saver for post partum. It makes bathroom breaks more bearable.