One of the most adored celebs is Jennifer Garner due to her seeming relatability and approachability. Her Instagram feed is full of positive posts about life as a mother and raising a family.
Jennifer Garner’s mother is Patricia English Garner. Patricia had many pleasant childhood memories of growing up on a farm in Locust Grove, Oklahoma.
She even remembers the purchase of the land by her parents, which has been in their family for many generations. In 1936, her parents used a bonus her father had earned from serving in World War I to purchase the plot of land.
At the time, the family needed only $700 to buy the land. She remembers that when they first purchased the land, her mother and her veteran father did not even own a car. To get to the property, they had to hire a driver.
“My parents hired someone to transport them to the property when they learned about the land for sale because they didn’t even own a car. The farm had a two-room house and twenty acres, less an acre that was used as a Native American grave in the center of the property, according to Patricia.
My mother told me the tale of Dad standing on his tiptoes and haggling over $20 all day. The deal was concluded and the land was bought when they eventually came to an agreement on a price. Since then, it has been in our family,” she concluded.
The farm had multiple sets of owners throughout the years as everyone moved away and grew up. It was acquired and sold several times, passing ownership from one family member to another. Finally, in 2017, Jennifer Garner made the decision to buy the farm for herself.
Furthermore, she had the vision to restore the farm to profitability rather than only buying it for sentimental reasons. She enlisted the assistance of her former farm owners, aunt Janet and uncle Robert, to help her accomplish this.
The farm hadn’t been planted or maintained in forty years. Her mother and her siblings had been enthusiastic farmers in the past, growing potatoes, radishes, and lettuce in addition to selling pecans.
Jennifer also desired to revive that. Along with John Foraker, Cassandra Curtis, and Ari Raz, she founded “Once Upon a Farm.” Growing organic fruits and vegetables that could be turned into wholesome meals for kids was the plan.
“Once upon a time… we dreamed of bringing baby food back to the roots with organic fruits and veggies harvested from local farmers, blended with love, and served fresh from the fridge,” the woman added, describing her long-standing dreams for the project. We imagined that by feeding our children foods that provide them with all the nutrients they require and even more, we would be able to relax during mealtimes.
Jennifer says she thinks it’s crucial to provide wholesome food to working mothers.
The business was founded in 2018 and has had significant growth since then. In addition to being offered for sale online via the company’s website, their products are carried by some of the largest American shops.