Monday, October 12, 2009

New Pests In The Garden

We have had quite a few creatures in our garden in the past digging and stealing vegetables and fruits. Now the farmer is trying unsuccessfully, I might add, to deal with a couple of new pests.


"We will help you rid the garden of any unwanted or wanted carrots, Grandad".


Yes, this is the result of Grandma demanding asking for a pose. The devil comes out for sure.


"OK Grandma, how about now?"

Never a dull moment with these two. Note the carrots and a small eggplant in Lucy's pocket. She isn't quite as innocent as she looks.

13 comments:

Twisted Fencepost said...

So cute!
Those smiles would be all that it took for me to forgive those little garden thieves. tee hee

frugalmom said...

I love how she has those veggies stashed in her pants pockets....thats funny...and very smart, I might add. :)

Linda Reeder said...

The most fun and rewarding part of gardening - sharing it with children!

Kristi said...

Some pests should be allowed to stay to keep our eco-system balanced! They're really cute pests too.

CeeCee said...

Oh my, those 'pests' are adorable! It's a good thing G'pa was out there to help them out. He's probably extra good at making sure the pests are well taken care of, too.

noble pig said...

They are awesome!!

Mare said...

Your little 'pests' are very cute!!

Putz said...

oh oh oh, i just had to tell you egghead, my yard has been quiet, i.m 67 and that's why, but a 2 year old 4 year old 5 year old and an eight year old moved in next door and she is pregnant, and the 6 year old com,es over to see duke my dog and says hi neighbor, i almost spilt a gut, hi neighbor .....she quized me about my yard and my decoration of a wheelbarrow wit a ghost pushing it and a wooden danish shoes from ny dead anchestors and 7 pumkings in the barrow....i know these kids will be pesky and i love it...i am ready for that kind of a neighbor, honest, i must be CRAZY though to want that

Mental P Mama said...

Oh! How precious are those two????

Gayle said...

Looks like fun times with the grandparents!

Carolynn said...

They're definitely little rascals. I do love a freshly pulled carrot though.

Flea said...

What beautiful carrots! The grandkids are cute, too. :)

rhymeswithplague said...

The best pesticide for them is a batch of homemade cookies.