It may be important to compromise with a neighbor about the plants that grow in common areas. You consider the delicate, light blue forget-me-knots blowing in the wind as messengers, while she tends to think of them as weeds. Coming to a fair conclusion may necessitate bringing in other issues you share.
Prepare Veggies in a Different Way.
If at first your child won't eat a vegetable, consider preparing it a different way. Cooked snap peas may be mushy, so serve them fresh. Cooked carrots may taste too strong. Try roasting or steaming them to get a flavor and texture that your kids like better. Roasting brings out the natural