|Statement||Diana Lesire Brandmeyer and Marty C. Lintvedt|
|Contributions||Lintvedt, Marty C.|
|LC Classifications||HQ759.92 .B725 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||227 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||227|
|LC Control Number||2011005882|
Her book, A Time to Dance, was a Eppie finalist. In , she was voted ‘favorite new author’ for Heartsong Presents. Along with her husband, Ed, she raised three sons in a blended family. After they not only survived but eventually learned to thrive, Diana decided to use her experience to help others navigate “pureed parenthood.”. This engaging readable book is held together with humor, liberally peppered with information, commentary, and includes clinically sound information and proven communication tools. Used availability for Diana Lesire Brandmeyer's Were Not Blended Were Pureed. We're not blended, we're pureed: a survivor's guide to blended families. [Diana Lesire Brandmeyer; Marty C Lintvedt] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Diana Lesire Brandmeyer; Marty C Lintvedt. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: This easy to read book on blended families lays bare the realities that face this growing group of people. "We're Not Blended We're Pureed" is light enough to be amusing and serious enough to be really helpful! Although the target audience is 'blended families', almost every family will relate to some of the issues that are addressed/5(17).
As nouns the difference between blend and puree is that blend is a mixture of two or more things while puree is a food that has been ground]] or [[crush|crushed into a thick liquid or puree can be a type of unleavened bread from india and pakistan. As verbs the difference between blend and puree is that blend is to mingle; to mix; to unite intimately; to pass or shade insensibly into each. (Not So) Common Sense | Blended family? Make that pureed, please., By Carole Townsend - I suppose it's been our generation that made D-I-V-O-R-C-E commonplace. Oh I don't state that with any pride, mind you, but I do believe it's true. When I was a kid, I think I knew one other kid whose parents were divorced. B lending real food and putting it through a feeding tube (a “blenderized diet”) is not a new concept. This is how tube-fed people were nourished before commercial formulas became popular in the s. Now you may hear this concept called a “blenderized diet” or “pureed by feeding tube diet”. It’s not broken down in your intestines and adds bulk to your bowel movements (stool). This can help you have more regular bowel movements. Even if fruits and vegetables are blended or juiced, the fiber is still there if the pulp hasn’t been removed. It’s important to .