How many of you live with people who have yet to embrace Primal living? I'm the mom and wife here, so in charge of much of what we eat, so I thought it would be as simple as changing the way I shopped and cooked and everyone would glide into my new way of eating (and hopefully follow my lead in other ways too). But after a week and a half I'm realizing it's not that easy.
I didn't buy more cereal last week at the grocery store and there was only enough for one bowl this morning, which my daughter got...leaving my 6 1/2 year old son in tears because he wanted cereal. Then, when I put the toaster away, I wondered if I even needed it anymore. But I think my kids might all cry if I even put it away in a cupboard.
My husband, who is very supportive of my taking charge of my health and more than willing to eat what I put in front of him at dinner, doesn't want me touching his breakfast and lunch (fiber one bar and sandwich). He's got a lot on his plate right now and I can't help but wonder if getting those non-primal things out of his system would make for a happier and healthier guy.
Maybe I just need to be patient, but I was wondering what others have done to encourage family to get on board? Any nay-sayers living with you? What obstacles have you had and how have you moved past them?