Tuesday, August 10, 2010


Originally uploaded by Teckelcar
Normally I get seedless watermelon and I cut it up into little chunks. So whenever somebody wants some watermelon they can just help themselves from the container in the fridge.

It's easier, neater, it encourages the kids to be self sufficient.and to eat more fruit.

But it's not very much fun.

So every now and then I'll get one with seeds and carve it up into slices. The only rule is that they have to eat it outside where they drip and spit to their hearts content.

That is fun.


Diane said...

There really are few times when spitting portions of your food is actually encouraged!

Jordana said...

And maybe next year you'll get a volunteer watermelon plant in the flower bed!