…Firsts…

Some springtime firsts we’ve been experiencing:

*We’ve had our first listening of  the peepers singing their Welcome Back Spring song.

*Summer saw her first black squirrel ever!

*We put our first things in the ground!  Peas!

(Uh, and lettuce and spinach.  I promised myself I would NOT do a garden this year…too much going on with the new house, moving, etc.  We shall see.)

*We saw our first black bear out of hibernation….in our compost pile!

*We’ve had our first cruises “the back way” to Grandpa Steve’s and Grandma Connie’s!

*We had our first pigeon chicks hatch, and sadly, die.

*We’ve had our first gum vs. hair event.  (Which included a first haircut with a utility knife!)

*Today was the first bare feet day!!

*Daddy and John had their first springtime telehandler cruise.

*We’ve tasted the first green things that have come up!  (Even if they were only chives!)

*Summer got her first sunburn of the year.  (Oops.  Those April winds sure are deceiving.  I wouldn’t have thought it was a sunburn kind of day!)

*We colored our first Easter eggs!

They took the color quite nicely, considering they were brown to start!

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About linzie2

Daughter. Wife. Mama. Homebirther. Lactivist. Nurse. Healer. Educator. Aspiring homesteader. Gardener. Tea drinker. Enviromentalist. Seamstress. Photographer. One happy camper!
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7 Responses to …Firsts…

  1. thewildsidepets says:

    The eggs look lovely Linzie! What are you using to die them? (Anything special?)

    • Cari Aida says:

      Weird… don’t know how I was “logged in” as the pet store… must not have logged out of the gmail account. Whoops!

      • linzie2 says:

        I think you’ve commented under the pet store email before. But I knew it was you anyway 😉

        We just used regular ol’ food coloring. I’ve done natural dyes before with onion skins, turmeric, beets and blueberries but I really just wanted a quick fun project for the morning. Just easier to pull out the dye!

  2. Cory says:

    What a great life you have going! And I love the stripes on the Easter Eggs. How did you do that?

    • linzie2 says:

      I cut thin strips of masking tape. I think electrical tape would have worked better but I couldn’t find any. (It was hard to get the tape to go smoothly around the egg.)

      • You can draw on the eggs with wax crayon too (to create areas that don’t take the colour) and then heat it and rub off with a paper towel.

      • linzie2 says:

        Oh yes! When i couldn’t find the electrical tape, I looked for crayons. LOL, couldn’t find them either (is that even possible? I know we have about one million crayons!) so I tried to masking tape. Voila!

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