Von Puppen und Hunden

Von Puppen und Hunden

Montag, 17. April 2017

Hasenjagd / Chasing bunnies

Luise und Diana haben ihre Klamotten getauscht. Beide finden, dass sie jetzt noch besser aussehen.

Luise and Diana have swapped outfits. Both think they look even better now.


Sie sind im Vorgarten und tun so, als würden sie bei der Gartenarbeit helfen.

They are in the front yard, pretending to help gardening.

Guck mal, da wächst ein Mini-Kirschbaum aus der alten Wurzel! Und er blüht sogar.

Look, there's a baby cherry tree growing from the old root. And it's flowering!
 
Cool! Hoffentlich trägt er auch - dann kommen sogar wir ohne Leiter an die Kirschen.

Cool! I hope it will also fruit - even us can reach these cherries without a ladder.



Luise hat ein Geräusch gehört.

Luise heard a sound.



Ups! Hab ich etwa ein Geräusch gemacht?

Oops! Did I make a sound?



Da! Ein Hasennest! Es gibt sie also doch.

Look! A bunnie's nest! So they really exist.



Es hat hier seit 6 Wochen nicht geregnet - und ausgerechnet jetzt fängt es an.
Ich nehm dich mit rein, Kleiner, sonst wirst du nass.

It hasn't rained for six weeks - and right now the first drops are falling.
I'll take you inside, little one, so you won't get wet.


Diana hat die kleinen Hasen im Trockenen.
Hoffentlich haben die anderen auch was gefunden - sonst wird das sehr schwer mit dem Teilen.

Diana shelters the small bunnies.
I hope the other kids also found something - else sharing will be very difficult.

Die Gartengeräte stehen vergessen neben dem Minikirschbaum im Regen. Die wird wohl Mami mit rein nehmen müssen.

The garden tools are forgotten beneath the mini cherry tree in the rain. Looks like Mummy will have to take them inside.


Kommentare:

  1. Looks like they have been hard at work in the garden. They both look very pretty in their change of dresses. How lucky to find some chocolate rabbits in the garden!

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    1. They are good at making it look as if they worked hard, aren't they? But chocolate rabbits are of course more important for little girls!

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  2. Luise and Diana look lovely in their swapped dresses and how lovely that they found some bunnies at Easter.
    Also I just love that little watering can , a perfect size and a great old style and look.

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    1. That watering can was a very lucky find at Ladenburg toy auction. It is vintage, and I'll leave it as it is, well played with...

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  3. That gorgeous little watering-can caught my eye too. Perfect size and love it's antique look.
    Great that the girls were able to swap their dresses and still look as lovely as they did in their own before. As the old saying goes 'A change is as good as a rest!'
    Thinking that, if I had a choice, I'd rather take the chocolate bunnies inside rather than put away the garden tools. Well one only has one pair of hands!

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    1. I'd preferred the bunnies too - but they were gone, and it was garden tools for Mummy.
      With our limited wardrobe, and plenty of Sashas to clad, the girls learn early that sharing and swapping can lead to very pleasing results!

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  4. How lucky for them to find the bunnies! Mums always end up picking up after the kids.

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  5. I also was struck by that sweet watering can! A great find. The girls look good in their swapped dresses, these girls know what they like and what suits them, don't they!
    And what a bit of luck discovering the chocolate bunnies!
    x

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