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6 Responses to Teaching Garden Etiquette to the Locusts

  1. Mrs Green @ littlegreenblog.com  

    I love your reverence with this post; I would probably get annoyed and irritable but you are being loving and compassionate as your little ones learn. Thanks for the interesting perspective; I can learn a lot from that 🙂

  2. MJ

    Awesome. I love how you recognize and honor their perspective. When I look at your pictures, I see joy and pure happiness on their faces. And the fact that they are covered in mud, perfect!!

  3. Lauren  

    Oh, I love this! So poetic. I need to learn that same graciousness and patience. Because, you’re right — they are learning.

  4. Dionna  

    I’m with you – as much sweat and energy goes into the garden, I wouldn’t trade any of it for more produce at the expense of keeping it out of my son’s grubby little hands. I love to see him enjoying the fruits of our labors. Thank you so much for allowing us to run this on NPN today!!

  5. Tashmica  

    Thank your for all of the sweet comments and thanks Dionna for letting me participate. 🙂

  6. Carrie

    I love how “ruining” the garden is only a matter of perspective. Your kids are going to have great memories, and happy bellies, from your garden. Love the muddy photo of them!