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“Petrifries”

At least once a month, I swear that I will never let my child eat in the car again! I promise myself. I say that we will not allowed food in the car…. and then we end up going on a road-trip or a drive that is longer than an hour and what happens? I cave in. 

fries

It’s the fear of Petrifries that scares me to no end. 

Petrifries
 
(pet-ruh-frahyz)
Week-old French fries found stuck in the toddler’s high chair

or in my case…. the car. Underneath the seats, underneath the carseat… on the floor… The smell, ugh! Oh and the mold, because somehow those pesky little fries can get stuck
 

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