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5 QUESTIONS with Melanie Potock

Melanie Potock, a certified speech language pathologist, specializes in the assessment and treatment of feeding disorders, and is the creator of My Munch Bug, an organization to help parents enjoy meal times with their children who may have eating disorders.

The children’s health expert has had more than 12 years of working with children in the Boulder community, and has also written a book, “Happy Mealtimes with Happy Kids,” due for release this month.

What I truly wanted to do was provide a creative and fun way to keep the joy in mealtimes even if the child is a picky eater. Many of the lyrics in the songs refer to the strategies that I offer parents in helping children try new foods. For example oakley sale , I don’t bribe we celebrate when, and not if, a child tries something new. My book, “Happy Mealtimes with Happy Kids” provides other ideas to keep mealtimes stress free and how to help you child be an adventurous eater.

2. What is the response you’ve received in the community?

I’m overwhelmed it’s been wonderful! Parents appreciate the concise format of the book, and the touchy humor because it can be stressful for parents. The CD has a variety of music not just the typical kid music. As a way to show our gratitude, we are donating a portion of sales in Colorado to Community Food Share through the Thanksgiving holiday, to coincide with the Let’s Bag Hunger Drive.

3. How do you offer general help to parents, when their children might have different dietary restrictions, and can be determinedly stubborn?

Together, we consult with allergists and gastroenterologists to learn more about dietary restrictions. A child’s GI discomfort due to food intolerances or allergies can easily create obstacles to eating. That can appear as stubbornness it can be learned behavior due to not feeling well after eating. Power struggles over eating are common. I work with parents to understand what might have created the power struggle, create strategies that make it fade away and focus on how to mainta oakley sale in a new, positive and fun experience for everyone at mealtimes.

4. How do you think your CD, book and business sales will go, as people are cutting back on thei oakley sale r spending?

“Dancing in the Kitchen” is one of those holiday gifts that everyone loves to receive. Everyo oakley sale ne loves music. It’s a bonus that it includes ideas on fostering happy mealtimes, but it’s an inexpensive gift that will be enjoyed for years to come. I can see it included in a fruit basket or with a home made plate of cookies.

5. How long does it take you to create healthy eating habits in a child in general?

For those parents who simply want to encourage children to try new foods, it only requires a few tips like the ones in my book. For children with significant medical issues, it takes one to two years of weekly therapy. We take it step by step. . First I tackle the medical issues with a medical team, strengthen the oral musculature and address then the sensory issues and finally, reduce the behavioral challenges that arise due to anxiety. It’s a complicated process, but very rewarding and exciting too.

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5 QUESTIONS with Jon Larson and Greg Arguello of Outdoor Source

Outdoor apparel retailers Jon Larson and Greg Arguello recently opened Outdoor Source at 2027 Broadway in Boulder, but while new in location and name, the business is in its third reiteration since opening in spring 2008.

The Camera caught up with the co owners to see how the shop has evolved to its current form. Larson has been in the outdoor industry for the past 25 years and previously owned Active Endeavors in Boulder. Before partnering with Larson, Arguello managed several outdo oakley sale or and cycling stores.

Arguello: We first just had an office. We were buying samples, and then renting a place for weekend sales. That piqued people’s interest. But we were basically opening and closing a retail store in a weekend, once or twice a month, and it got to be labor intensive.

Larson: We began the store called Second Source at 2015 10 oakley sale th St. Everyone thought our product was seconds. But it wasn’t. It was new products sample sets from vendors, or off price product at a discount. So we changed the name to Outdoor Outlet in the spring 2009. Now, we’re selling more full price items along with the discount items. Thus the name change to Outdoor Source, because we didn’t want people to think of us as just an outlet store.

2. How do you compete with the larger retailers like REI?

Larson: Number one is customer service . and then provide a unique mix of produ oakley sale ct lines that you won’t find in an REI. I also think there’s a return of people wanting to shop local and support local oakley sale business.

Arguello: Having a space near Pearl Street that’s unique with character is important. There’s a different feel here when you walk in, compared to an REI.

3. What products do you sell?

Larson: In addition to outdoor apparel, we sell a variety of accessories like daypacks, messenger bags and travel luggage, sleeping bags and pads, helmets and goggles, sunglasses and sunscreen, water bottles, boots, socks, hats, gloves and scarves, along with dog packs, leashes and gear.

Arguello: We try to bring in brands that people won’t find elsewhere, like Kavu and LouieGarneau, but also brands that people are very familiar with, like North Face.

4. There are a lot of outdoor companies based in the Boulder Valley. Do you carry their brands?

Larson: We do. We have Neve Designs (Boulder) sweaters, Dohm Icebox (Longmont) hats, Mountainsmith (Golden), Bison Designs (Longmont) belts, and Powderhorn (Lafayette).

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5 Questions We Want Answered

The Vampire Diaries always leaves us guessing, especially now how dangerous Elena (Nina Dobrev) can be when she hasn fresh blood in a few days. We have tons of questions that we hope oakley sale will be answered in Seaso oakley sale n 4, Episode 17, the Night.

Who Will?

Damon (Ian Somerhalder) has a buddy! Whom he killed. Whomp. We hoping to get more insight into Will and thus, Katherine (Nina Dobrev) in Season 4, Episode 17 flashbacks. If this on the verge of death vampire was really Damon pal, couldn he have given the elder Salvatore some intel without torture, as thanks for saving his life with Klaus (Joseph Morgan) magic blood? Oh, well. We never know now.

What Bonnie (Kat Graham) been up to?

Poor Bon Bon. Her friends don seem to care that their little witch is in desperate need of a Silas/Shane deprogramming spell. We assume she been helping the ancient immortal in a professor get blood bags (because how else would a 2,000 year old who been buried underground know what a blood bag is?). Hopefully we get to see Bonnie soon, so we can assess just how far gone she is.

How does Elena feel (or not feel) about Damon?

Ouch. W oakley sale e still cringing recalling Elena dead eyed assessment of her relationship with Stefan (Paul Wesley): remember our sex, and it was good sex, I just don feel anything about it anymore. She turned off all her emotions, yet she seems willing to head off to New York with Damon. Shouldn the same lack of feelings apply to him? Does she just think he let her go a little farther off the deep end than Stefan would, or is something else going on?

Does Caroline (Candice Accola) really have dirty thoughts about Klaus?

One of the new Elena more noticeable traits? Her co oakley sale mplete bluntness. While she and Caroline were fighting in the woods, Elena told her (former?) best friend that if she turned off her emotions, too, Caroline could stop feeling guilty for the dirty thoughts she has about Klaus. Is emotionless Elena also extra perceptive, or was she just trying to get under Caroline skin?

Is Caroline going to start taking Krav Maga lessons?

Being beat up by a newbie vamp has got to sting in more ways than one. Elena chalked her new super powers up to Alaric (Matt Davis) training, which Caroline never benefited from. If Elena is going to be humanity less for a while (and have no qualms about killing her friends), it might behoove Caroline to learn to defend herself a little better.