From the monthly archives:

December 2010

Picture this: 2010

December 31, 2010

As 2010 draws to a close, I’ll let two images sum up the year: The first: My favorite Christmas present (from my fantastic and ever supportive husband). Starting Spoonfed has enriched my life in so many ways. Thanks, all of you, for spending time here and letting me know that Spoonfed is making a difference in your […]

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Lesson at the bakery case. But who learned what?

December 17, 2010

We’d left school and were driving to a nearby art studio to pick up a print I’d won in a raffle. Tess was in the backseat, cranky, tired, whining about needing to pee, despite being asked that exact question at least four times before we’d left school. Not wanting to descend upon the artist with a crabby and incontinent child, I […]

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Five ways my daughter’s teacher rocks food IQ

December 7, 2010

School and food is such a loaded, wearying combination that it’s easy to miss the small things that boost our kids’ food literacy every day. So, in the spirit of giving thanks and honoring allies on the front lines, I present five ways my daughter’s first-grade teacher rocks her classroom’s food IQ: 1. She read Rosemary […]

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