Thursday, February 4, 2010

More progress

Sabrina came home from her visit with a bottle of juice (as she does every week). The first thing she did after dumping her coat and bookbag was to say "I'm going to put my juice in the 'frigerator." Two weeks ago when I asked her to put it in the refrigerator (and after an initial "no" from her, explained that the juice would get spoiled if it stayed out), she said "it's my's and I can do what I want with it." Clearly, the lesson stuck, even if she was too stubborn to accept that I was right in the moment.


  1. Just out of curiosity, does it bother you when she brings home (and stores with your things) food and drinks without a heksher? Or does her juice happen to have one?

  2. In general it doesn't bother me. She did bring home some things that needed to be cooked (ramen) which wasn't going to happen, but other than that, as long as I remember not to eat or drink it myself, it's fine! (Passover will be a different story, but I think that I *might* be kiddo-free this Passover.)