She Wrote A Note To Her 3-Year-Old Daughter’s Teacher After They Tried To Control How Her Child Ate And Said There Were “Good” And “Bad” Foods

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Most teachers are hard-working, amazing people who dedicate their lives to helping kids grow.

However, occasionally, you come across a teacher who struggles to mind their own business and takes it upon themselves to act like your child’s parent.

One woman recently shared a story of how she had to write a note to her young daughter’s teacher, who tried controlling the way she ate and which foods she ate during her lunchtime.

Caroline ( is a mom, content creator, and business owner who sells her own brand of on-the-go food supplies like utensils and mess-proof bags for kids under the name Pezzi.

Recently, Caroline had to find strength from other moms and online childhood nutrition creators after discovering her three-year-old daughter, Evelyn, had an uncomfortable moment with her teacher at school.

“My three-year-old came home from school yesterday, telling me that her teacher told her that she had to eat all of her ‘good’ foods before she ate her ‘bad’ foods,” wrote Caroline in the caption of her viral video.

“She couldn’t have her cookie before eating her sandwich and cucumbers. In this moment, I felt a little frustrated by the antiquated instruction from the teacher.”

Caroline mentions that she then told her daughter there is no such thing as good and bad food; that food is just food. She says she did not have this kind of mindset as a kid, as this more positive ideology toward food is fairly new.

However, Caroline then talks about all the accessible and helpful parenting and nutrition accounts she’s come across that have given her a new, more positive mindset about food to pass along to her children.

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