Monday, March 21, 2011

It's Spring Peeps

The Peeps Bunnies are out which means it must be Spring time. Tonight they showed up in the dessert bowls at our house. I warmed up some walnuts on the stove and sprinkled them on top of some vanilla ice cream along with some blueberries for our guests this evening. I'm thinking that a bright orange carrot would have topped this little dessert off nicely, maybe next time.

What do you do with these little peeps?

Received this note from the daughter last week before her Spring break. She is a lot like me and likes to garden so she started some of her seeds indoors as well. Since she was coming home for Spring break it occurred to her that she couldn't leave her babies at home since there wouldn't be anyone there to water them. She called and asked me what she should do with all her kids? I told her to get some car seats and bring them all home to grandma!!

So this is what my dinning room looks like for Spring break. I must admit, they sure are easy to babysit!

If a task is once begun, never leave it till it's done.
Be the labor great or small, do it well or not at all.



Alison aka P.Doodle said...

Make sure you water them and read them bed time stories.. they really like it when they're read to.

Anonymous said...

How wonderful of you baby set...all them babies...

A Hint of Home said...

Take it from me, they are easier to babysit than the real little rug rats but you don't get those special hugs and kisses. lol
Cute, cute post!

Christine said...

Alison aka daughter of mine~ I play music for them during the days you take the evening shift and do some reading to them =O)

Blessings~ I can handle babysitting these little guys for sure! =O)

A Hint~ I agree...and yes no hugs for me yet..thank-you for stopping by =O)

Amy@HomeRemediesRX said...

This post brought a smile to my face! What cute little babies... and so easy to care for!

Brenda said...

"If a task is once begun, never leave it till it's done.
Be the labor great or small, do it well or not at all."

Thank you for your wonderful post!
This is a favorite quote of my Dad. I heard it often growing up, now my kids hear it and have it memorized!

Thanks for the stroll down memory lane. I love your plants! What a fun babysitting job!

Thanks for visiting!
Love, Brenda
Deck The Halls of HOME with JOY!

Laurie said...

That is so cute! My daughter just came home for spring break too. She made us a fab dinner tonight. How nice to have them home! Enjoy your time together (:

Christine said...

It is nice to have them home and it is nice to enjoy them.