I have a little pocket "points" calculator I bought many years ago, which I keep in the kitchen. (I use the iWatchr app on my iPhone for points calculations in the supermarket.)
It's become a natural part of cooking again - calculating ingredient points and tracking them on a little slip of paper, to be entered later in my online journal at weightwatchers.ca.
This morning, Child came to me with my little calculator in hand, and said "Here Mom, I found your kakky-lator that tells you how much food you can have."
It's no longer something I can hide from Child - Mum doesn't have a normal relationship with food, and can't decide for herself what she can and can't eat.
I need to get my s**t together for good, now, so I can set a good example.
I mean, other than keeping Child alive, what other job do I have that's more important?