Monday, July 15, 2019

The Bunny and the Cheese



I once knew this bunny
happy and small,
but he didn't like carrots
and I mean - not at all!

So what did he like?
OK, I won't tease,
this little bunny
only ate cheese.

His mom didn't like
the smell in the house
and said: "really, my son,
you're not a mouse!"

The bunny said: "Mama,
relax, if you please,
let us not fight
over some cheese.

If you don't like my Swiss
because of the smell,
I'll switch to Cheddar,
it is orange as well."



My niece Dana is once again
an ambassador for Sew a Softie,
teaching the art of sewing to 
a new generation of cute crafters.

54 comments:

  1. How amazing your post is!I always hear from my sons:"-Relax,Mom..."Sweet poem!Hugs!

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  2. Always a joy to visit your blog and see your family and those inspirational makes and poems.

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  3. What a delight set of photos of beautiful children being creative. And what a delight-tickling poem about a bunny who likes cheese.

    Your posts are always a breath of sweet air. Wishing you a beautiful day, Amalia!
    Brenda xox

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  4. Love it all. Have a good week, Diane

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  5. Artistic ability obviously runs in the family. The bunny is adorable. Hamish isn't that keen on carrots either. I haven't tried him with cheese but he's very partial to anything green. xx

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  6. Hello, Congrats to Dana, it is great to encourage the new generations. The bunny is cute and the children are adorable. Cute poem! Wishing you a happy day and a great new week!

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  7. It is so nice the your niece is crafting with the little ones. I loved the cute poem too. Hope you have a nice week!

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  8. Adorable! I adore how your love of sewing is being passed along. I learned to craft and sew from my aunt...so many wonderful memories. xo

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  9. It is good to see young people like your niece who are willing to help others to learn (and I bet she learned her skill from her Auntie Amalia!) Your cute poem and the pictures are so full of joy!

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  10. How can you not enjoy crafting time with your nieces and nephews when they are so into it?!

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  11. Wow!! Love your bunny and your poem. Thank you Dana once again for being an amazing Sew a Softie ambassador and for teaching the new generation of Sew a Softie ambassadors how to sew!!

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  12. What a sweet poem and love the bunny. How wonderful that your niece is an ambassador for Sew a Softie. It's always nice to see skills passed on.

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  13. Whoop! what a way to share the love of crafting. Jo xxx

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  14. Go Dana! How wonderful that she is enthusiastic about sewing and is passing her talent along. Sewing is not only creative, but practical, as well. Love it! The cheese-eating bunny is quite cute. Cute kids, as well. Hugs, Nancy

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  15. So delightful, Amalia! I don't know which I like more -- the happy photos or your cute poem!

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  16. How wonderful you're teaching your niece to sew, Amalia. My mom was a very good seamstress, and made many of my clothes growing up. I can only sew a little, and please know how talented and creative you are. Love the little bunny, it's so cute. And your poem is delightful. : )

    ~Sheri

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  17. Just loved this post, Dana sounds wonderful, the poem was fabulous too.xxx

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  18. These are the cutest creations...and the children are such cuties! Congratulations to your talented niece!

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  19. Fantastic.. I think having kids learning like this is just the thing. So many now do not know these type of skills. Yay for your niece.
    Carla

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  20. The poem is sweet, but the photos of happy young ones sewing and crafting together really warms my heart. Just lovely.

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  21. I remember 'Sew Of Softie' from previous years! Lovely pictures and poem!
    Happy days.
    Wren x

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  22. wow kids are growing fast by the grace of Lord dear Amalia :)))

    such a precious images ,thank you for sharing

    best wishes for your niece to achieve such glory

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  23. Such a wonderful skill to have. I never learned to sew properly so just wing it if I ever need to use needle and thread. Cute poem and bunny.

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  24. Creative and cute handmade. Nice review

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  25. So sweet as always. LOVE the poem. I love how your niece shares your special craft with you.

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  26. Fun poem, lovely pictures. Thanks!

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  27. Such an adorable poem, Amalia. Your nieces and nephew look like they're enjoying a wonderful, relaxing summer with you ♥

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  28. So sweet! The kids are adorable!!! Love and hugs!

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  29. I love that the children are crafty too! How many of us had a felt 'softy' toy as a first sewing project? It's wonderful that the children are learning these skills and exercising their creativity. They are growing up too, looking so old!

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  30. love the poem and a big applause to your niece for teaching kids her age to enjoy the art of craft and creativity! Such sweet photos!

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  31. Love the bunny and the poem. Have a wonderful day.

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  32. I love the pretty eyes of the bunny. Happy Sunday to you.

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  33. So sweet. Always heartwarming. Homespun Hugs ♥ Teri

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  34. Such a sweet poem and cute bunny. And how lovely that your niece is teaching sewing to a new generation!

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  35. Such lovely happy photographs, and a great poem.

    Wishing you happy days.

    All the best Jan

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  36. What a gorgeous cheese eating bunny !

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  37. Beautiful pictures and the poem is so cute! The children are gorgeous!

    Cheers, Sandra xXx

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  38. They are so cute and talented! I love those photos☺

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  39. Love to see the kids. Your poem is so leuk (funny). Love it.

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  40. So cute! Looks like they had fun crafting! Have a great week.

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  41. How wonderful! Everyone in your family is so talented! I love the sweet poem and fun softie! It makes me want to sew something cute and cuddle with it! Hugs!

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  42. That bunny is more than adorable and the color? Perfect! Love the poetry as usual:) Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm. xo Kathleen

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  43. Oh I bet your niece is very good at that! Love the poem.

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  44. Lovely post and sweet photos, thank you for sharing them Amalia :)

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  45. Adorei criatividade a mil dessa criançada!

    bjinhos

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  46. What a beautiful smile your niece has, and talent too!
    I like your idea of "Sew a Softie". I want to do that with my grands.
    Thank you.

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  47. Que bonitos todos! Espero tu opinión en mi último post! Feliz noche! 🌻🌻🌻

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  48. Just lovely! I'm with the bunny - love cheese too!

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  49. the kids are big and lovely!! and like always love your poem and love this bunny!! really cute, hugs!!

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  50. Great to see these children in creating things. I love it! A friendly reminder to share these with All Seasons! Have a lovely week!

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  51. Oh How Delightful!!! The children are beautiful and looking so happy and content~ And the sweetest little handmade bunnies! How fun. Your poetry is so fresh; funny and inspiring! We all need a little of that each day ; ) Thanks for sharing. karen o

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  52. Lovely photos! Love the poem!
    Well done to Dana with her softies!
    Hugs,
    Barbara xx

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