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The ordinary arts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest ~ Sir Thomas Moore ~

Monday, June 8, 2015


Not the best of photos,
but too sweet not to share ♥
Our newest baby garden bunny :-}
Out of all the photos I snapped these 2 were the best!  I had to take them sitting on our kitchen window seat, zooming in as best I could as she is quite a distance away in the garden.
The cutest part is, of all the spots to choose, she ALWAYS sits here ... next to our
Rabbit Crossing garden sign.
She's getting bigger and bigger by the day.
We call her Lillith as she loves to sit by the Lilies .


Country Gal said...

I love these bunnies when they are little they look like they could fit in a teacup hence the name teacup bunny we call them lol ! We have lots of bunnies here and they know the rules of the gardens with Miggs around lol ! Lovely photos . Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

Blondie's Journal said...

Oh---how precious! I don't think the bunnies in our area have such large ears. I love that you named her. I hope she give you hours of wonderment!

Jane x

Jeanne said...

How precious
I love bunnies as you know and love the name Lilith

Thanks for all the photographs and beautiful postings

(=’ :’)✩

Deb said...

hi Elaine ~ love the teacup bunny sentiment ♥ spotted Lil this morning and she is getting bigger and bigger by the day :-) and a bit braver ... she was in the middle of the garden this morning. I think she is working her way towards the bird feeders to nibble on some spillage.

Deb said...

hi jane ~ it's her ears that I first spotted sticking out from the flowers :-)♥

Deb said...

hi Jeanne ~ hope to get a few more photos of her ♥ thank you for stopping by & your lovely comments always xo

Julie Marie said...

Oooh she is a darling!... I wish we had bun buns come visit us... xoxo...

Deb said...

Julie marie ~ she's getting bigger and bigger in leaps and bounds thanks to our rose of Sharon which are getting smaller and smaller :-) they sure must taste yummy.