Future Gardeners of America

Two of my sisters had babies recently. While my sisters aren’t interested in gardening. I feel it is my duty as the cool aunt to introduce them to the wonderful world of worms, dirt, and plants.
First there is little Logan, I think he will be a champion weed puller and tomato taster. He was born a mere six pounds on December 30.
Next is Allison, she was born on February 10 and was a whopping 9 pound and 8 ounces. She looks like she’ll be good at planting seeds and playing in the worm bins.
I think I’ll have them working in the garden in no time. I’m going to start by buying them a pair of overalls and gradually buy them kid safe gardening tools.






5 responses to “Future Gardeners of America”

  1. Angela Davis Avatar
    Angela Davis

    They’re darling! They’re soo lucky to have an auntie that’ll show them how to garden. Let the parents know I said Congrats!

  2. Julie Avatar

    Oh, they are both just beautiful!!! What a lucky Aunt you are!!! Isn’t it nice that they already have some plans for the future set up! Must keep them happy, healthy and on the right track (gardening)!!! LOL!

  3. Debbie Avatar

    Congratulations, Auntie. What a gang of beautiful babies. Kids are natural gardeners and these look like two of the best. I’d take them on my team anyday. Enjoy.

  4. Burgh Baby Avatar

    Those are most definitely the most adorable, cutest, sweetest looking babies to ever grace a blog that usually has lots of pics of plants and such. ZOMG. SO CUTE.

  5. nkristis Avatar

    Thank you! my sister’s make cute babies. They both have slightly older siblings so I’ll start them on the gardening chores first.

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