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10 The Julian News COUNTRY REALTY Judy Raines - 760-604-1946 and the entire Back Country Veronica Clark 760-803-3582 DRE #01350842 DRE #01092197 Healthy New Year's Ideas For Kids continued from page 9 12 months to 2 years old, unless your pediatrician recommends low-fat milk. After age 2, offer Experienced ln All Aspects of Real Estate - Including Short Sale Negotiations low-fat milk. Limit juice to four to six ounces a day. We have homes in Julian and the back country starting with the price of $125,000. They are in Kids can be picky at first, good areas and are all sizes. Call us today for a list with pictures or to see any of these homes ,: J but don't let a refusal of a new .... ,. food Stop you from trying again. Offer new foods multiple times / Iin multiple ways" Fr infants' you may need to even try 10 to i 15 times over several months. ! I Parents are extremely influential . and can serve as a ,child's best role model. Eat a variety of foods - /house burn ( 'he pad.septic and water [: of different flavors, colors and ,, zlKN/A2acL.ane, A. lplnL ,, ]meter rema'l J/. The lot (s a'pproved for-a [ textures. z room I dam m lpme taelgnts ]residence. Great view of the woods and Encourage Active Play on 2+ Acres - $198,000 [ small pond below, asking $47,000 [i: Don't let a full day go by without active play. Take trips to the park, play in the yard, go for 3205 Pera Alta Dr. Home in Beautiful Pine Hills,is on one acre with many oaks in a park like setting,Large front porch, patio in back of home with spa,fenced and very private, cathedral ceilings comfortable living room with efficient wood-burning stove, light and bright family room with many windows.Priced way below owner's costs. $289,000 i! iiii walks and make physical activity a part of your family's daily routine. Reduce the amount of time spent in devices that restrain movement, such as strollers and bouncy seats. Limit screen time, including TV, video games and computers, to less than two hours a day. Avoid placing computers or television sets in children's bedrooms so they can get the best sleep possible. Encourage your kids to take part in sports teams, gymnastic and dance classes, and other activities that will get them moving. More ideas about healthy living for families can be found at growinghealthy. "No matter how old your child is, it's never too early to establish household routines that foster healthy habits." says M lnerny. December 26, 2012 Lady i's a 3 year old spayed Pit Mix who weighs about 761bs. A little on the plump side, she is looking for pet parents who will help her eat right and provide plenty of exercise so she can shed some pounds for the new year. In return Lady will keep YOU motivated to achieve your own fitness goals since she will always be up for a walk, jog or hike. Friendly and loyal, Lady will make a great canine companion who is looking for a young dog that has outgrown the puppy stage. Meet Lady by asking for ID#1479528 Tag#C186. She can be adopted for $69. Elena is a female 2 year old Tabby who weighs 6.61bs. Friendly and outgoing, she jumps right out of her cage to say hello. Elena is calm and affectionate with her human pals and enjoys being held, cheek rubs and attention in general. She is sweet natured Iovebug and will even J'oll over for tummy rubs. Elena has been at the shelter since August and would love nothing more than a forever home for the holidays. Meet this fluffy gal by asking for ID#A1490849 Tag#CT68. Elena can be adopted for $58. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Lady and Elena are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit for more information. by Bill rink Christmas 2012 Merry Christmas everyone. Count your blessings and love the ones in your life. I hope your children are with you and they are well. I hope your wife or husband will come home from work today so you can make your last minute preparations for Christmas. Wrap gifts, get ready for friends and family. Worry about the details. Have a great meal with loved ones. And in the end, the pressure will be off and come the day after Christmas we go back to our lives. But the grief and the lump in my throat, the sorrow, the tears and the whys we are all asking are as palatable nationally as they would be if it were your own that were taken. The children and teachers of Sandy Hook were our own in many ways. After all, it was a small town like ours, they were young children, like ours, and they were teachers like ours. Their entire community is in shock and reduced to mourning their young as is an entire nation and people around the world. This isn't a question of politics or policy and I won't indulge in petty arguments. This tragedy has happened before and before and before and what to do to prevent it again, again and again the President or Congress or the Constitution can't answer. It seems it's not a matter of a belief in God, I'm sure the children, their parents, their community believed, but still were visited by an unspeakable horror. Then what? There was a time when our flags flew at half-staff to honor a fallen statesman, a soldier, a President who had passed. But not children. We will go on though. We can't help the survivors with money or gifts. A letter.., to whom? Prayers? New Laws? A new school? rm afraid that other than keeping those poor people in our thoughts, there is not much to assuage Our pain. Their pain wilt never pass. Maybe Christmas is our test. Maybe it's time to put our blatant materialism and showering of presents aside and really think of the blessings of our parents teachings and examples. Enjoy and cherish your children, siblings, friends and teachers. Would any of those people in Newtown give it all to have it back the way it was? What rm going to do, is watch out a little harder, especially for children and work a little harder at good works I can do. I think if you and I work real hard at that, maybe a difference can be made. I know a lot of great young kids in this town and could not bear the thought of losing any of them let alone many of them. But this tragedy will make my high fives, headlocks with noogies and hugs more personal and hope they convey how much adore my young friends. rm really lucky m a lot of ways. Belonging to the Legion family I'm surrounded by men and women who help. Who go a long way out of their way to help. They take care of the kids in this town and the Veterans in the hospitals and virtually any worthwhile cause that comes their way when someone needs help or something has to be done. In February we're going beyond our own burgh to help Veterans and their families who are victims of Hurricane Sandy. Though we were untouched by that storm, the Legion feels empathy for those who have suffered and they're going to reach out with a big benefit that everyone will be invited to with hopes of raising some money. I hope all is well with you. Hug your kids, call your folks and tell them how much you love them. Tell your annoying brother or sister you're thinking of them (but not necessarily what your thinking) and you might even thank a teacher for the difference they're going to make in your life someday whether you believe it or not. And don't forget to give your sweetheart a hug and a kiss. It's hard this year, but all the more reason to celebrate Christmas, its meaning and intent. In closing, I can't help but wish a tongue in cheek Happy LEON to all my dyslexic friends and Merry Christmas from the Legion family to you. Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Please help the American Legion Auxiliary they are accepting donations of good, clean, used jackets, sweatshirts, rain wear and blankets be delivered to the La Jolla Veterans Hospital and The San Diego Veterans Village and the homeless. You can drop your donations off at the Post. Cold and Flu Season continued from page 7 muscle aches or high fever, consider an analgesic or painkiller. Most oTc analgesics fall in to two categories: acetaminophen or NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs). Both medications can reduce fever and ease aches and pains from the flu or cold. Scratchy Throat Help ease throat pain with cough drops or throat spray. While nota cure-all, cough drops or hard candy can help provide relief from a dry, tickling cough. Also consider taking a warm shower or using a vaporizer to continued on page 11 The "Cowbella Ranch Caf& is located at 2116 Main Street in the heart of Julian. This turn key caf6 has everything you need to succeed!