Tuesday, March 11, 2008

She'll Have Nothing To Do With Santa...


Bring on the Easter Bunny!

24 comments:

Occidental Girl said...

Amazing what a few months can do!

furiousBall said...

he doesn't scare me either

Los said...

A bunny that delivers eggs? Does Eva ever question this?

Tuesday Girl said...

One word: candy.

Kayce said...

Cute pic!

Anonymous said...

What a beauty Eva is and is that a tattoo I see?

Lisa and Tate said...

The jolley old elf in red (Santa) looks like a perve next to an overgrown hairy bunny... who could blame Ms Eva for her reluctance with Santa.

Lisa

Kristin said...

She claims the bunny is "so soft"... I guess that's his winning secret.

M3 said...

Hey your Easter bunny is way cuter than the one up in our area! :-)

Shelley said...

Oh for the love of Pete ...how fricking adorable. Eva, I loves ya, Girl.

And of course he's so soft, and sweet, and ...

It's the soft ones that melt your heart.

Or prompt you to call Vector Control.

:)

Anonymous said...

She is beautiful!

Marisa

Mr. Fabulous said...

Yay! We love the easter Bunny!

Anonymous said...

I'm just curious, do you let your daughter dress herself?
I ask because I am a waiting mother (LID 1/07) and the mother to 3 bio sons and one of things I like to think about is dressing my daughter in all the darling little outfits and dresses I am currently buying!
Please don't take offense at this comment, I don't mean to come off as rude.

Kristie said...

Great Picture - Eva you look Marvelous

I'm gonna take my girls to see the bunny, hope they dig the furry creature

carrie said...

She has grown SO MUCH! She is so beautiful!

PIPO said...

Go figure....personally the bunny kinda wigs me out ;0)

Kristin said...

Anon - Yes, Eva does dress herself which is why she is wearing a polka-dotted skirt with a heart tee shirt... I have not put an outfit together for her since she was 2.

Like you, I had my own ideas of all the pretty little outfits I would dress her in, however, she had other ideas.

Maybe your girl will be more amenable to your dressing her or maybe she'll be the type of kid who wants things "just so"... I have a kid who thinks silver sparkle flats go with everything and that a tutu is an acceptable skirt for school!

As much as I want to fight the "look" I don't as a very wise friend told me that, if I stress what she wears, I am putting more importance in how others see her and not enough importance on how she sees herself...

And so the mixing of patterns and fabrics and seasons continues.

wzgirl said...

Oh. My. God. Seriously Eva looks like she is so totally kickin' it with EBunny. Word. Happy.

Amy Y said...

He is slightly less creepy than Santa... But his presents aren't quite as exciting, sadly.

Sarah O. said...

To this day giant bunnies creep me out!

Shelley said...

I must say, Eva looks almost serene ...she's in Bunny Luv. :)

And BTW, she looks like she has grown about 6" since I saw her a couple of weeks ago. She's suddenly more mature looking.

CDJ said...

That's impressive! Last year it took much prodding to even get The Boy to sit next to the Easter Bunny. On his lap would be unthinkable. We'll see how he does this year :-)

interstellaradventure said...

Isn't she adorable! And I think a big fuzzy bunny is waaay less scary than a guy in a red suit.

BrigetRose said...

Cute picture! Great blog too!