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Veggie Tales!

In order to stay healthy, the girls eat fruit and vegetables every day. Usually, we go to the market to buy our groceries, but with a garden like ours we thought it would be a great opportunity to actually grow some fruit and vegetables ourselves! Gardening is not only educational and saves money, but also a lot of fun to do together. The girls aren’t always too excited to start doing these chores, but that’s okay. Every one of us sometimes has to do something we don’t necessarily love after all. Thankfully, the girls really enjoy the time they get to spend with each other and the mothers once they have started. It is very rewarding for them to see the plants sprout and eventually produce the fruit and vegetables they themselves get to eat. Yum!

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