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August 25, 2008


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I think your on to something Zenmamma! Why do all activities, no matter how short, include food? My daughters have a two hour play practice once a week and each family signs up to provide snack for 25 kids. No wonder our kids are obsessed about food....we taught them. And by the way, what did Max's mom say? :)


Well, I suppose if the playdate was going to be right after school, a snack might be in order when they first got home. The instructions seem a bit obsessive unless Max has serious food allergies -- but that didn't seem to be the thrust of the comments.

Food is a great way to bring people together, and so in a lot of social situations it seems natural, I guess, to offer food. But at a 1 hour Little League practice? Or a 2 hour play rehearsal? Sounds as though we've all gone more than a little overboard! What would happen if we just started saying No???

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