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Hoppy Monday everyone (get it? hoppy?!)? So if you read yesterdays blog post, I’m sure you are DYING to know the conclusion to the rabbit saga. (If you DID NOT read yesterdays blog post I suggest you stop reading this now, and click over to that page(HERE) so you will know what in the world I’m talking about) If you continue to read without reading yesterdays, I warned you, spoiler ahead!
After a frantic week of planning and Craigslisting (GASP- yes my 55 year old mother CRAIGSLISTED! Can you use that as a verb? I’m not sure but let’s not get distracted here people), my mother secured not one, but 2 silver fox rabbits. She even went to the local feed and seed store and bought the swankiest outdoor rabbit hutch she could find:
Look at that thing, isn’t it a beaut?! It’s like the Taj Mahal of rabbit houses. (And don’t worry all you animal lovers out there- she also purchased a crate for indoors when its too cold or rainy)
I guess it goes without saying, the kids were THRILLED. I guess it also goes without saying that I was thrilled. These things are the cutest, softest, “non-bitey/scratchy” (to quote my mother) rabbits ever. They will certainly be loved.
So without further ado- let me introduce you to the newest members of the family:
This is my oldest with his rabbit- affectionately named “Spike”. (just to note- they are both girl rabbits- we don’t really care about gender appropriate names in this house)
This is my youngest with her rabbit which she named “Hippity Hop Hop” (try saying that five times fast)
I hope you all had a great Easter spent with family and food! If you don’t celebrate Easter, I hope you had a fantastic Sunday!
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