A few months ago, we received a sheet about after school enrichment programs at your school. Most of them were not on days that you are there, or for older children. There was one that really intrigued me. It was run by a local food co-op. They were going to come in to help you make fruit and vegetable sculptures that you can eat. Since you are quite a picky eater, I thought this would be fun and possibly get you to try new things.
When I came to pick you up after the program the other day, they had a display of the sculptures that you all of the kids could make.
When you looked at the photo later on, you told me that you made the car. This did not shock me. What I was happy to hear was that you ate the carrot wheels from your creation!
Last night, you wanted to eat your apple that came home in a goody bag. There was a little problem. The apple was missing. We knew that you had been playing with it in the morning, but it was gone. We figured it was hidden and would start to rot. Panic, yelling, and crying resulted in our search. Then, I went into another location and found a second bag from the co-op. Daddy and I forgot that there were two bags. Inside that bag was the apple.
Lots of hugs and saying we were sorry resulted. Of course, we had to take a picture of you with that pesky apple. So sorry again that we did not realize the apple was not hidden by you.
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