Today was a day off for everyone and so I had to find something for the kids to do to keep them from driving hubby and I and each other nuts. So last night I decided that today we would go bowling and then go out to lunch making it a full day of fun. So we had breakfast, got dressed and headed out for the bowling alley that I had coupons for.
We got to the bowling alley and they had no open spots left, I had taken the kids in with me to hold the lanes and they both did a pretty good job when we had to leave. Minimal whining and crying, and they quickly adjusted when we explained to them that we where going to another bowling alley that had the space. We got to Harbor Lanes the kids where very excited. As soon as Marcus Jr got in he begun to take off his coat and shoes, I guess in his mind he was ensuring that we weren’t going to leave this bowling alley without him getting a chance to bowl.
Marcus Jr did so well bowling and listening and following directions. He did a great job waiting his turn, he genuinely had a great time. Jai Lynn not so well, she had a melt down the end of the first game because she didn’t win that first game (Mason won). So she begun crying and getting very disrespectful. Every time she gets upset or gets chastised she starts crying and saying she wants to die. Now I know she really doesn’t want to die but that’s the most dramatic thing that gets the biggest rise outta dad and I so she says it. She spent the entire second game crying and spazzing out versus enjoying herself. She was upset for the rest of the time at the bowling alley and when we got home she did a lot of stomping and crying so she was sent to her room while everyone else got comfortable and settled and I let her out when she calmed down so that she could eat. After that she was fine. Mason was great until the second frame of the second game he was exhausted and every movement made him whine he fell asleep on the way home.
Once everyone got settled and had lunch I ran Marcus, Jr a clay bath. I noticed at bowling that his eyes were a little red and we have been putting a lot into him vitamin supplement wise so I know he need to be detoxed. He spent at least 45 minutes in the clay bath and loved every minute of it. It was good to see him happy and interactive. Jai Lynn stayed in the clay bath for a little over an hour. Mason missed out on clay baths today because he was taking a nap. But he will get one tomorrow.
Today everyone also took their dose of Zeolite and Activated Charcoal. I also purchased some goats milk soap and made my own lotion (cold pressed castor oil and coconut oil), I also purchased Eco Nuts to wash with and Wool Dryer Balls for the dryer, eliminating more toxins. Going to be looking into homemade cleaners, shampoos and some other things. We are trying to heal not only our kids but ourselves from years of misuse.
Marcus, Jr also had morning meditation and had his energy cleansed with sage. Didn’t do the other two kids but will make it a point to do it tomorrow morning to give them a great start to their day. Tomorrow is also a yoga night so that will be another great way to help them deal with emotions and feelings learning to breathe and be thankful through it all. Tomorrow we will also be starting in our homework binders so our week is moving along well. So far Jai Lynn has obtained two stars on her chore chart and Mason one, still trying to make Marcus, Jr aware of his chart and to become interested in earning money and keeping his spaces clean. Today we took all vitamin supplements on our vitamin chart and did the clay bath. We have to get in some more coconut keifer as we are out.
So far so good on our journey doing this is allowing me to really look at deficits to really see where we need to work. Please feel free to ask any questions if I don’t know the answer I will find someone who does.
Love and Blessings
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