How TikTok mom Jessica Woo turns her kids' lunches into art

Millions of people watch Jessica Woo make lunch for her kids on TikTok. Here's why.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • August 18, 2020
The morning of Feb. 26 was like any other Wednesday for Jessica Woo. The 33-year-old mom of three nursed her youngest daughter, Olive, while her two older daughters got ready for school. She washed her face, put on a little makeup, and then headed...
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