Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Imagination Food Diet


My nephew is no longer eating Imagination food off of the floor, but rather has restricted his Imagination food consumption from bowls, plates and cups. My sister, his mama, very much the an encourager of creativity, does not know weather to be happy that she has discouraged him from eating off of the floor or be worried that she is stifling his imagination.

10 Comments:

Blogger Kristina Chew said...

The judgments we parents must make!

In any event, if imagination is involved, something good will come of it.

10:30 PM  
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10:30 PM  
Blogger Minka said...

I thin he will be fine. There is plenty of imagination going around. But food is an essential Human necessity, and he has too learn that by eating imaginary food he will never get full :)
Well done in the Thursday Trivia. Kudos!!!!

4:01 AM  
Blogger Octoberbabies said...

SG, I have no idea what I just read - I was so completely distracted by how absolutely delicious that kid is!!!! Gotta go back and read now!

6:31 AM  
Blogger Wade Rankin said...

What an incredibly cool pic!! Children need well-nourished imaginations, and he seems well fed.

7:04 PM  
Blogger Tori'sPop said...

Cute kid...what wonderful eyes!! Our kids still eat their spilled goodies off the floor....if Pongo doesnt get them first.

Tori's Pop

9:13 PM  
Blogger SquareGirl said...

Kristina, agreed.

Monika, If only we could all live off of imagination food. And thank you...my sophomore Lit. teacher would be so proud...Longfellow was a favorite of his.

Sal, quite delicious! Much like your IDG's

Wade, he is quite well fed. If you met my sister (his mama) you would see how well, she loves to nurture and nourish the imagination.

Tori's Pop, I have always loved his eyes...I am sure he is an old soul.

9:51 PM  
Blogger Wendy said...

I just found your blog this morning. I have four children (one of whom is on the spectrum), a never-ending pile of laundry that needs to get done, and I've yet to shower for the day...but I just read your entire blog start to finish. I love it! You're a wonderful writer with a great sense of humor. Keep it up! Now, back to that laundry. :(

Wendy

8:07 AM  
Blogger mommyguilt said...

OH MY GOD! HOW CUTE!!!!! The eyes got me so distracted that I wasn't certain if you were talking about imaginary food or food to feed the imagination. Either way, like Kristina said, if the imagination is at all involved, then, regardless of where he eats the food, it will turn out just fine.

10:12 AM  
Blogger SquareGirl said...

Wow, Wendy I am a little flattered and even more embarassed. Most of my posts are pretty um...silly and pointless. Have fun with laundry though I look forward to reading about it, unless unlike me, you have more interesting stuff to write about, which I assume that you do.

Thanks Mommyguilt, His eyes often distract me too...Yes, imagination is quite encouraged in his household...within reason of course.

4:34 PM  

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