I hope everyone had a fun Halloween last night! I am not big fan of this holiday- but my children sure love it! We did go trick-or-treating last night and enjoyed seeing all my neighbors and friends. My little 3 year old's favorite part was knocking on everyone's door and just saying "HI"...forgetting about the receiving any candy and walking away. It was precious!
I really only have one child that is a CANDY EATER- when sugar is in the house, she is thinking about it. I sometimes wonder if she is like this because I didn't let her have any white sugar until she was almost three. But either way, she is who she is...and I don't want to make her feel she is "wrong" in any way. Luckily, this child and the rest of my children also LOVE gifts. This year they will purchase a fun gift from me with their candy that they received. And I am a mother that doesn't mind throwing it all away. This is the beginning of CANDY season anyways...unfortunately more is coming their way.
As I was walking through the grocery store yesterday, a thought came to me. First of all, I am going to CONFESS here...this thought came to me as I was holding a pint of COW's MILK. It is my sister-in-law's (who is like my mother-in-law to me) tradition to make BROCCOLI CHEESE soup for Halloween night. Of course- I make other healthy options, but this year I needed to help buy some of her ingredients. So here I am, in the dairy section picking up a container of milk...and I thought:
YOU ARE A WHOLE FOOD MOMMY WHEN...
In the very rare occasions you buy cow's milk- you feel embarrassed taking it off the shelf and you immediately hide it in your cart.
And that is exactly what I did- without even thinking. I laughed out loud at myself.
Then I decided to not let any "worry" or "embarrassment" affect me, so I uncovered this milk from a cow and placed it where everyone could see it. And you know the craziest part of this story? Nobody even noticed or said anything to me! HA!
Only a Whole Food Mommy would get this...so thanks for letting me share :)