Sunday, April 24, 2011

Uh oh, the rabbit laid an egg!

Happy Easter all! Hope its been great so far! Its been great for me thus far, but this blog post isn't about me, it's about the tumultuous Easter experience of one little girl.

You see, this little girl after having been placed in bed lied awake for hours in much anticipation for what she might find in her Easter basket the following morning. After a solid hour to two hours the Easter Bunnies finally showed up, with presents and sweets galore. What the Easter Bunnies did not know, was the little girl was still lying awake in bed doing Yoga stretches because she could not sleep. The bunnies quickly got to their work, filling baskets and eggs, and laughing merrily off of good "spirits". Apparently, these bunnies did not realize just how loud they were being, and that they had inadvertently aroused the curiosity of the little girl, who by now had crept out of bed, down the hall, and was standing in the entrance of the house's living room in horror. The first bunny saw her and gasped, and the other two bunnies promptly jumped up and swept her right back down the hall and into bed. Was I among the "bunnies"? Yup!

Any idea how it feels to know you may have crushed a three years old's Easter spirit? Well, I was the gasping one who also started laughing. Her little face may have well just witnessed a murder for all the horror that was expressed on it. Luckily, she appears to have some short-term memory loss and doesn't seem to remember and is enjoying her Easter nonetheless.

Hope your kids, brothers/sisters, cousins, or whomever you play bunny to didn't see you, and if they did hopefully you get as much enjoyment from crushing childhood dreams as I do! Happy Easter all!

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Actually, I just wanted to say, I wasn't happy about crushing her Easter.

Steven OUT!

1 comment:

  1. Ha ha! That was pretty traumatic for me too. And BTW she's 4. She'll remember. She may not bring it up for fear of not getting anything from the Easter Bunny ever again but she'll remember. And years from now she'll start telling a story to her cousin Steven- "You remember that time.....".