I’m thankful for a delicious turkey from Polyface Farms (and a husband and in-laws members who cooked it), fabulous pastured eggs from our local farmer, and nobody pushing my son to eat foods that aren’t good for him.
I’m also thankful for health, a home large enough to stuff a bunch of people into, the resources to buy healthy food, family, friends, my healthcare practitioners, and Holistic Moms Network.
And no one complaining that our dishes don’t match.
I’m also grateful for my husband and in-laws for taking my son to the park (and later again out to the madness that is consumerist Friday) so that I can have a few moments alone.
See a longer post about gluten-free holidays in my column at the Washington Times Communities: “Reading Ingredients: Tales from a Health-Conscious Mom.”