“Mr. Bunny”

First off, happy 21 months to Abriella today!! I can’t believe she’ll be two years old in 3 months!!

So, anyway, we visited the Easter Bunny today at the mall. Abriella somehow thought she needed to call him “Mr. Bunny,” and I have no idea where she got mister unless she thought that’s what I was saying when I was actually saying, “Easter.” I really have no clue. It’s cute nonetheless. Anyway, after she was hanging on for dear life to Stephen and then me (Stephen met us there for lunch), I sat down beside the bunny and then managed to get her to sit between me and the bunny…then I moved off of the bench. There was no way she was going to sit ON his lap though. And, no smiles were to be given. We got a slight smirk in this one, so I guess that’s better than nothing. Once again, no crying occurred, so that was a bonus. And, she told the bunny “bye” and “thank you” so I guess it was a success. At least we didn’t have to visit him numerous times like the one lady that was telling us it was their 3rd visit this week, and they finally got a decent picture today! I feel blessed!

Here’s last year’s visit to the bunny for comparison. What a difference a year makes!! My little chunky monkey is now a little girl!! Whoa!!

More pics to come!

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4 Responses to “Mr. Bunny”

  1. Beth says:

    I think you got an excellent picture this year! She looks so grown up and adorable sitting beside Mr. Bunny!!

  2. Alisha says:

    I don’t blame her. How often do you sit on some guys lap who’s wearing a ridiculous bunny costume? I think she has very good judgement:)

  3. Melissa says:

    I love that you posted last year’s–it’s so fun to see how much she’s changed! Too cute!!!

  4. Mom/Grandma says:

    She looks so different from last year! I don’t blame her for not sitting on his lap–he’s huge! I do think it is a good picture–she’s a cutie!

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