When Mini had her first little ones, they were so tiny. All babies are small but these were mini like their mom’s name. And the runt was so wee that we weren’t sure he was going to make it. But he did make it and he ended up being our family’s favorite mini miracle.Continue reading “Roomba A Lil Miracle”
When I decided to start this journey of ethical breeding and raising a free-roam colony of bunnies, I had no idea how much these large eyed, furry little characters would become such a central part of my entire family’s lives. It’s impossible not to love these bunnies especially since you start to see their personalities from the moment they open their little eyes and begin to explore the world around them.
Maybe it’s the pandemic and being in a time when there are so many negative things happening in the world and in the news, but we have all become captives to our beloved bunnies who have taken over our home. There’s not a day that passes when we spend most of our time obsessively cuddling, petting, feeding and laughing about these funny and sweet bunnies.
And of course a household filled with a colony of adult to newborn rabbits means we do a lot of work to keep up with our battle of humans vs bunny poop, but we rarely complain because the love and joy we feel when holding, kissing and just enjoying seeing our bunnies happily binky or napping is an inexplicable kind of happiness.