Well the garden is started. A couple of weeks ago I planted lettuce, spinach and swiss chard and last night I added carrots, peas (4 kinds), cabbage and head lettuce. I am now officially out of room so I need to spend time this weekend clearing space for everything else (tomatoes, zucchini, cucumbers, squash, beans and corn. Also need to figure out where the herbs are going to go. The first year gardening in a new house is always hard.
Easter was a mixture of positive's and negatives. My poor little dude ended up getting the stomach flu Saturdat night. We were at my parent's house so he ended up exposing my whole family. Oh well - it only lasted 24 hours so if anyone else gets it, it is short lived. He was feeling better by Sunday but needless to say chocolate bunnies were not on his menu. He did try a little Easter ham though.
I meant to include some photos of what I created for Easter but I forgot. And now they have all found new homes. I had knitted chicken, egg, and Easter Bonnet egg cozies and they turned out quite cute. I also made my niece and nephew finger puppets for their baskets (an elephant and a pig). I will definately be making more finger puppets. Take about an hour each - I love projects that have instant gratification! My next project though is knitted vegetables - think it will look great in a bowl come harvest time. (My son is already requesting knitted Halloween items - can you tell our favorite season is fall :).