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If only all trips to the park were as funny as the last one. Today’s was relatively uneventful. And we actually made it to Trader Joe’s, which makes only for a story about shaking string cheese in its bag to make Davis laugh and prevent him from throwing it on the ground at regular intervals. I also shared with him a sample of a flatbread sandwich with cheese and turkey and roasted red and yellow peppers.

Given my nascent appearance on the blogging scene, I feel justified in refusing to use any single style or genre of expression. This may change eventually, but I hope not.

For now, I’d like to talk about mealtimes. My dinner this evening has taken place in fits and bursts since around 5 pm, when I had the sample of the flatbread sandwich at Trader Joe’s and shared it with Davis. Since then, I have had:

1.the remnants of avocado I found on my fingers (after feeding it to children while wedged between two car seats)

2. 2 Mango Mochi

3. 18 cheesy tortilla chips

4. 1/2 of a Mum Mum (snack food intended to distract children during long — or short — car rides)

5. a handful of burger fried for children who disliked it

6. part of an eggless (we didn’t have eggs) blueberry banana poppyseed muffin

7. three bites of a white peach (found discarded on two high chairs)

8. a green bean

I’m considering eating something else.

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