Abandoned  by gapandgain


I started this tradition of carving persimmons into Jack-o-lanterns approximately 10 years ago when my middle child was in kindergarten. Typically, there are a lot snacks and goodies in the classroom at this time of the year. Since he has a lot of food allergies, I wanted a snack that every child will enjoy despite their food preferences and restrictions.
Ten years later, this tradition is still going strong in our family and it doesn’t look like we will be abandoning it any time soon. He still asks me to carve one for him when he sees me making one for his younger brother.
So sweet and adorable! He will always remember and appreciate your special treat created with love🧡
October 24th, 2020  
You did a great job carving these, and I love the shallow depth of field in this picture! What a special tradition!

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October 24th, 2020  
What a great idea! and so cool
October 25th, 2020  
October 25th, 2020  
how cool
October 27th, 2020  
thats a cool photo

October 29th, 2020  
Awesome idea.
October 31st, 2020  
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