Mom and the bunny

So the day before I moved up here, I was at my parents house. I wake up to my mom, very upset, yelling “one of the bunnies is gone!”.

Bryson and Melissa have bunnies that are still (for some unknown reason) at my parent’s house.

They started out with two bunnies, and were told they were both girls.

We now have eight bunnies. You do the math. πŸ™‚

The bunnies actually nearly had two litters…but my mom would find the little ones dead (or worse). So when these were born, my mama moved them inside for a while and took care of them.

She is attached to these bunnies.

One morning one of the girls (we finally learned to sex them, ha!) gnawed a hole in the cage and lept four feet to the ground. My mom noticed she was missing when she went out to feed them.

We looked under the big deck closest to the bunny cage, no bunny. We saw a giant wild bunny across the yard, but it clearly was not the bunny we lost. I checked the garden because that’s where Peter Rabbit went. No luck.

As we were giving up in despair, my dad notices something move under the little porch stairs to the kitchen door.

Bingo. Bunny.

But of course, the bunny was waaay too far underneath the porch to be reachable by human hands. Since we’ve seen many a cartoon, Mom lured the bunny out with…

a carrot.

Mom was very happy that the bunny was safe.

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About Kristy Lamb

I recently finished my PhD in genetics at Yale and am currently a postdoc at Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University in NYC. I love science, people, and the fiber arts. We'll call it my muse. I taught myself to knit over Christmas break in 2002, when I was home from my sophomore year in college and was terribly bored. Despite starting with three big mistakes (very long aluminum needles, a very bad Coats & Clark how to knit book, and Lion Brand Homespun), I kept at knitting, even after that first 1/2 hour trying to tie a slipknot. Science...seems to be much the same process as the above.
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One Response to Mom and the bunny

  1. Anonymous says:

    That is such a wonderful story!!! It’s like a story-time story. πŸ™‚

    Sarah A.

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