Saturday, March 29, 2008

Ben Finally Meets the Easter Bunny!

So my dad and stepmother found this huge fluffy Easter bunny and thought it was a must have for Ben because it was bigger than him (it truly is HUGE!) and what is cuter than a huge stuffed animal and a tiny baby LOL!



But Easter came and went and no bunny arrived in the mail. :(



Then yesterday....we spotted a large box on the porch!!



The bunny finally found its way to our house!! He had quite the adventure through the postal system! He came in a big box....but the box really gave no clue as to how big he was...he had been squished in!

So here is Ben and his Easter Bunny!! Thanks Grandma Judi and Grandpa Bob!!

2 comments:

Carrie Dilley said...

Hi, Hi!
So, I fell off the face of the earth there for a while.........or our internet switched providers and we lost internet for a few weeks, but don't worry, we still get to pay for that time it wasn't working.

In answer to your bottles question, I gave Jack 3 ouncers for about 6 weeks. I measured one scoop in, then put in a about a half a scoop. Sometimes a bit more, sometimes a bit less, but I'm really a "that should about do it" kind of girl. I figure it all works out in the wash. Measuring really isn't my thing. Poor Jack.

We also invented this thing that we call a "2-3." A 2-3 consists of 3 ounces of water, but only one scoop (enough for 2 ounces of formula) of formula. We give him this when he's finished his bottle but still thinks he's starving. We started doing this around 4 months, and still sometimes use it, especially if he wakes up in the night.

In answer to your question in this post "What is cuter than a tiny baby with a huge bunny?" I have given it a lot of thought and decided to give you a list a la David Letterman:

Top ten list of things cuter than a tiny baby with a huge bunny:
10. Nothing.
9. Nothing.
8. Nothing.
7. Nothing.
6. Nothing.
5. Nothing.
4. Nothing.
3. Nothing.
2. Nothing.
And the number one thing cuter than a tiny baby with a huge bunny is:
1. Nothing.

Sorry I fell off the face of the earth--it shouldn't happen again :)

Gobbagram said...

Easter is over; it's almost Passover. It's time for a new posting! Come on! Ben changes so much in a week--there must be something new to see! There's nothing new to see on TV and nothing new here. It's like having a writer's strike in blogdom!