>See you in my dreams!

>Sleep like a baby? The person who coined that phrase wasn’t a new mom or dad. The phrase should really read “sleep like a rabbit.” Rabbits, like cats, never suffer from insomnia.

Buttercup is as stretched out as she can be and still fit under the table. Yes, she’s that big. She’s waiting for me to go away with the camera, already, so she can nap.

Peanut and Sadie snuggle in a sunspot on their favorite blanket. These tiny bunnies are peeking at the photographer, but they’re not worried. That’s because La Petite took the picture, and she’s their “mama.” They know she’s a safe person.

Remember Tiny Bunny? He could find his way into the strangest places. He napped almost anywhere, too. It’s true, bunnies never have a problem finding a good place for naptime.

Parent Bloggers Network asks about the creative excuses kids use to postpone their bedtimes. My kids are 22 and 17; I’m more concerned about getting them out of bed before noon! The new light goodies from sylvania still look mighty nice. I’m sure the bunnies would enjoy them.

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4 thoughts on “>See you in my dreams!

  1. >Awwww, they are sooo cute! We just saw some bunnies at the farm museum here in Queens this afternoon. (Yep, that’s as close as we get to anything remotely resembling wildlife here in NYC.) One of them made the cutest little “harf-harf-harf” sound, I didn’t know if it was a sneeze or another noise!

  2. >janny226, rabbits do grunt and make noise. We imagine they’re saying ‘thanks’ when we feed them and they run grunting toward the lettuce!

  3. >My mom works at a pet store with a resident bunny they call “Hoss”! He is as big as a dog, and is free to reign the store, although he’s usually just sleeping! 😉 Thanks for visiting my blog!

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