Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Hence the Nesquick Bunny

On Saturday Greg took the kids (all four!) for a walk in the forest so I could have a chance to do some writing in peace and quiet.

They were walking for an hour and a half and as Greg was carrying the baby, David helped Aaron navigate the terrain and protected him from all the spiders and beetles. When they came home Aaron started calling David his David. Except that he pronounces David "Defed". We heard a lot of "Where's my Defed?" on Saturday.

They obviously came to some fields, too. Go Ev with the Nordic Walking!

Also, Aaron was a little concerned when he saw rabbit droppings scattered here and there through the forest, right in the dirt and not in a bowl. "Uh oh, cereal!" he said.

Simply life by KaurFlicks.

14 comments:

Kazzy said...

Good thing there was an adult nearby, or you never know what Aaron would have had for breakfast. :)

Susan said...

So darling! You need to bring those cute kids to see us!

CaJoh said...

I always wondered where that kind of cereal came from. Kind of reminds me of an April Fools pot luck I had at work where I emptied out a box of cat food and filled it with cereal and resealed it. Nobody opened it except me— ha ha April Fools.

Barbaloot said...

Everybody needs a "Defed" to protect them from spiders. Glad Aaron gets one:)

annie valentine said...

I love seeing your name on my comment list, have I mentioned that next summer we're going Euro? We have no idea where, but that will make us practically neighbors! We can start our own blog conference, just the two of us!

Carolyn V. said...

Cute! Hee hee, cereal. I'm amazed how similar they look. Yikes!

Heidi Ashworth said...

You're adorable. As usual.

Liz said...

I can't stop laughing about this one. Hilarious - thanks for sharing!

Erin said...

love the title. not sure if I will be able to eat that cereal again though.

Kimberly said...

Sweet! Umm...except for the rabbit version of cereal of course...

L.T. Elliot said...

HA HA HA! That's pretty funny. Although I don't have any sort of appetite now. ;)

Lara said...

You and Aaron are just so smart. I don't think I"ll ever want cocoa puffs again! Thanks! :)

Melissa Bastow said...

I never thought of cocoa puffs as rabbit poop, but I knew there was a perfectly legitimate reason that I don't like cereal.

Erin said...

Rabbit droppings...I don't see those often enough down here in southern Utah!