My family eats a mostly vegan diet. The kids might have meat once or twice a week in the form of a turkey sandwich or chicken nuggets for dinner but otherwise I make a lot of veggie soups and stews, salads and vegan crockpot meals for us to eat. So today during DH's visit the class was going around talking about their favorite things - mom's home made brownies, watching movies and eating popcorn, candy, McDonalds..(it's always food isn't it?) and when they get to my kid she says "soup". Her favorite thing is soup. DH relayed this story to me and shook his head and said DD and her friends were not the least bit phased by her answer but he had to try hard not to laugh about it. It's a good thing, I know, but he admitted he didn't really realize how our lifestyle goes to school with her also. We had a good laugh over it.
Esmerelda Supercalifragilistic (42) DD (6) DS (3) Just eat it, will ya
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