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Help fund the printing of my children’s book Animals Eat Their Veggies Too! Head here now to watch the video, read up on all the details and most importantly fund the project.
Animals Eat Their Veggies Too! is a whimsical rhyming children’s picture book. It aims to make vegetables fun, and a normal part of a child’s everyday diet, through imaginative story and humorous animal illustrations.
The Kickstarter project: This aims to raise funds to publish the book and all backers will receive a book. The crowdfunding project will launch on the 18th of January.
Synopsis: One evening a little boy named Harry is playing and pretending to be a lion before dinner time. His mummy calls him to come eat a meal of vegetables which his daddy has cooked. But Harry only wants to eat meat like a lion. So his mum and dad think up a story about which animals like to eat their vegetables, hoping to encourage Harry to not only eat his veggies but enjoy them too.
Absolutely no one should be surprised that I took one look at the lineup of characters and picked the tallest, buffest guy. I have such a problem. But I feel Shiro on a spitual level because I’m the friend who’s like, “ok no, how about we don’t drive to Tijuana at 1am to get drunk because none of us have passports on us and half of you are 18 and you’re going to get stabbed, and you know what’s more fun than getting stabbed in Tijuana? Drinking this bottle of water, not hitting each other, and taking a nap instead.” And his main power is bitch slapping aliens with his glowing bright pink hand. I love him and his ridiculous shoulder to waist ratio. I can’t believe his winged eyeliner is canonical.
Summary: Five year old Minghao and Junhui have a system, one which involves Minghao evading having to eat his vegetables and gain a best-friend
To say that Minghao dislikes vegetables
would be a gross understatement; he absolutely abhors eating
anything green. He doesn’t believe it when his mom says carrots will
help his eyesight—he can see like twenty blocks away—or that
eating them will make him grow big and strong like his dad. So he
doesn’t understand why his mom always packs vegetables for his lunch
when she makes him suffer with the stupid green things for dinner.
Minghao survived just fine last year in
second grade eating snacks and sticky jelly sandwiches so he doesn’t
understand why this year it has to be different.
“Is your mom a veterinarian,”
Mingyu asks, mouth drawn in disgust as he peers into Minghao’s lunch
Jihoon sighs from across their brightly
orange coloured lunch table “It’s vegetarian.”
Jeanne, have you ever had to hold Hunter down and force-feed him his vegetables? How often does it happen?
I have but it rarely happens. Normally he eats whatever I cook him. He might be picky but he still eats my food. Last time it happened was about a week ago. He didn’t want to eat his broccoli. The broccoli was gone when we finished dinner.
it's so funny how briana's excuse for not keeping pants on freddie is that he doesn't like it. kids don't like eating vegetables but you make them because they need it to be healthy. kids get uncomfortable in lifejackets at sea but you keep them on for their protection. babies wanna stick their fingers in electrical sockets but you stop them to keep them safe. like? she literally doesn't know anything about parenting. a baby exposed in the rain could get a pneumonia.
Yep. This is the lamest excuse ever, if you don’t put the pants and let him do what he wants, he’ll not learn. Like, that’s super basic of the basic and yet
Anonymous said to shadyshit91:How cringe. Either 1. No pub wanted these pics or 2. Louis’s team had to step in and stop pubs from using them– and B and her fam kept setting them up
Do you think Fushimi is more childish than Yata? Especially after K Missing Kings because we can see Yata's more mature I think he's one of the K characters who got the best development
Oh yeah, I think Fushimi is definitely more childish than Yata. It’s notable that in Gora’s Tweets about him a couple weeks ago Orange talked about Fushimi’s growth and then said “Or should I say ‘change,‘” because I think unlike Yata Fushimi hasn’t quite “grown” yet (that’s hopefully for season two). There was another comment made way back about how Fushimi in many ways stopped maturing in middle school and I think that holds up pretty well. Even though he may have maturity about some things that Yata doesn’t (like how he has a full time job and when Fushimi gets into 'work mode’ he actually seems to be pretty skilled and efficient) emotionally I think Fushimi is still very much a child. He’s pretty much doing a fairly extreme version of pulling on Yata’s pigtails for most of the series and his reaction in general to joining Homra and seeing Yata worship Mikoto reminds me of a little kid who decides that no, Yata can’t be your friend, he’s my friend. I also feel like Fushimi has a pretty dim view of adults and adulthood in general, that he thinks adults are mostly useless and in that sense I think part of him has just decided that he’d rather be a child than become a worthless adult. Plus on that end Fushimi never had much positive adult influence growing up (until he joined Homra pretty much the only positive influence in Fushimi’s life whatsoever was Yata and maybe Yata’s parents to a much lesser extent) so I wouldn’t be surprised if his emotional growth was pretty stunted. And actually I like that contrast between him and Yata, I think even before Yata got all this post-series character development he was actually still a little ahead of Fushimi in the maturity department even though Yata’s the delinquent on the skateboard and Fushimi’s the government official.
This type of stuff is a great idea when you don’t know what to do with all your left over vegetables. STIR FRY EVERYTHING and chuck some noodles in ✅✅ Its super easy and a great way to get the kids eating their vegetables 😊😍 www.kaylaitsines.com/app @fit.foodie.nutter