Saturday, May 19, 2012

how will our garden grow?

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we have a large brick planter in front of our house.  Bear and i decided to pLaNT sOMe fLoWeRS in it.  so we gathered our tools and set to work.  here are a few things i learned about gardening while we were working. 
he said: being around all those bricks can be dangerous. 
i learned: sometimes you can't be too cautious

he said: you sprinkle them all around the dirt
i learned: sometimes Momma's way is more effective

he said: you gotta use the golf club to club the dirt on top
i learned: sometimes Bear's way is more creative

the seeds sat in the dirt for a week.
and then it rained, and the lessons began again.
he said: Thank you God
i learned: sometimes the little things have the biggest effect

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Unknown said...

This is such a beautiful post, Andie! I was smiling the entire time (and I admit to getting a little teary eyed). This is so sweet. Thank you for sharing.

Unknown said...

Lovely post, it is so great to have a record of the things our kids say. Time goes so fast and so many little things can get forgotten.

Jennifer said...

Kids' quotes are the best. I LOVE gardening with my kids....there are so many lessons there!

Christy said...

Good Luck with your plants!!

Trisha @ Inspiration Laboratories said...

I love this post! He is too cute (and wise). :)

MaryAnne said...

Love, love, love that last lesson! Such a sweet post :)

Learn with Play at Home said...

awww, that was just delightful! So great to show everyone what we as parents can learn from our children every day. I really enjoyed it! x

Unknown said...

Incredible! thanks for sharing! Darling post!

Crystal Underwood said...

What a sweet post! And a great memory preserved <3

Unknown said...

We too just planted flowers over the weekend. I love that something like this can teach us how important those little moments are to a child!

PlainVanillaMom said...

oh my gosh this is so darling. I love the golf club :) I like the bricks as a garden border. Can't wait to see it grow! I love gardening :)

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