The Daily Spoon #28 – #MonthoftheSpoon

In celebration of the Spoons of our life–ubiquitous but often unrecognized–Blue Towel Productions is proud to present the Daily Spoon, which we were are celebrating this September, the Month of the Spoon. #MonthoftheSpoon

The Month of the Spoon gets a little weird in its last few days, as I’m now traveling from Perth to Denver (indeed, to the house where I received the Agatsuma spoons), so with the time zone changes the actual “days” of the Daily Spoon are going to be a big confused.

But to help us through this, we have another guest post!  This one brings in a whole new perspective into our spoon-conversation–that of a mother helping her children navigate their spoon-related needs and preferences around the breakfast table!

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I’m Debi, mother of 4, wife of one–a Canadian-Australian missionary-counselor and part-time spoon expert.

In our house the size of spoon during breakfast is very important!   Our oldest and third child MUST have the smallest teaspoon they can each find clean.  

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Our youngest must have the largest spoon.  

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Our second child–Bella–will use whatever but prefers what she says “is the perfect size.”  For her, the basic soup spoon is “perfect,” thanks to it being round!

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Wesley, our youngest, says your face reflection needs to fit perfectly in the spoon.
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From oldest to youngest:


Thanks, Debi, for those lovely spoon-related family insights!

Join us tomorrow for more of The Daily Spoon, here on your favorite spoon-related blog’s presentation of The Month of the Spoon!

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