It all started with a beautiful home grown garden. Full of crops like strawberries, lettuce, tomatoes, squash, carrots and potatoes. You see, a garden is not just a garden when you have 5 children. It is a learning experience to teach them how to take care of things. How to plant, water, and eventually reap the benefits of growing fresh produce. They enjoyed planting for the first 2 minutes, they complain about watering, but they really do enjoy eating. Surprises all around!
Although eventually, like every happy organic story there is an interesting event that Cat isn't expecting. And to her dismay, it wasn't all that surprising. We were visited by a bunny. And this bunny had 10 fingers and 10 toes, with blonde hair and named Campbell. He isn't hairy. But apparently he was curious, and hungry. And then just as soon as he came, he left.
Hes not very good at destroying the evidence, something ill have to teach him to prepare him for his teenage years.
So now we say a prayer of thanks to our baby carrot fallen soldiers. They had a good life. They grew, they saw and they conquered.
I guess the saying is true...nothing is safe in the presence of a 2 year old.
Good thing hes so gosh darn cute. Or else I would have to put bunny in a corner.