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Thursday, March 12, 2009

Name that Bunny


Our "farm" continues to expand. This time we have two new bunnies that even I have to admit are completely adorable. Scott and the boys spent about a week building a bunny hatch for the them. We also took some time to learn everything we could about rabbits for school.

Thumper is Jayden's little black bunny and Gabriel named his bunny. . .well, that's our problem. As of today, his bunny remains nameless, which is completely unfair to the little critter.

So here's where you can help. Gabriel needs a name for his bunny. Leave a comment with as many name ideas as you'd like, as many times as you'd like. Then on Tuesday the 17th, he'll chose a name from all the suggestions. And to make this even more fun, whoever sends in the winning name wins a free book! Your choice of any one of my books I have in stock.

Now you can't beat that, so leave a comment! This poor bunny needs a name!

Blessings,

Lisa

PS. Anita, please contact me with your snail mail address for your copy of Chef's Deadly Dish. Thanks!

14 comments:

  1. Hey Lisa!

    Jackson thinks his name should be Jumpy and Joshua thinks the name should be Shirts! That's what you get from a 3 1/2 year-old and an almost 2 year-old. Good luck with the name decision! :)

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  2. I love it! Kids are so much fun.

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  3. I was thinking Gray Ears but that bunny is so cute. Maybe Peter, as in Peter Cotton Tail.

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  4. Hi Lisa,

    What fun - for everyone and especailly the boys.

    Why stop with just one name? How about "Happy Hopper Harris"

    You do know that bunnies have a habit of mulitplying and I don't mean 2x2 - more like dozens times dozens.

    Blessings

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  5. Great suggestions! And yes, I am aware of the multiplying factor here.

    The boys think it's a great idea, while I plan to be a bit more cautious in the area of expanding our farm. There is a separate cage in the works. :-)

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  6. I was surprised at the gravity at which my children approached this problem. Since we weren't sure if it was a girl bunny or a boy bunny, we've given both. :)

    Suggestions from Heather

    If it is a girl bunny:
    Bonnie Bunny

    If it is a boy bunny:
    Patrick, Nibbles

    Suggestions from James:

    Boy Bunny:
    Tiny Bear, Hops, Larry-the-Hairy Bunny

    Girl Bunny:
    Miss Brown Bunny
    Heather (such a little brother suggestion)

    Suggestions from me:

    Boy Bunny:
    Sir Hops-A-Lot
    Chips

    Girl Bunny:
    Latte (cuz she looks about that color)

    What fun.

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  7. Yikes, I can't remember if it's a girl or boy either because we've had a bit of discrepancy over that, but I'm laughing and loving all the suggestions!

    Keep them coming!

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  8. Jan Davis5:53 PM

    How about "Snickers"?

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  9. How about Buggsy.

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  10. This is fun! I came up with quite a few & hope you don't mind.
    Pharaoh; Rascal E. Rabbit; Rufferella; Rugby; Rambo; Rambler; Satchmo; Boppity; Ricochet; Picasso; Petermyson; Mao-Tse-Bun; Hare Kari; Sir Hopsalot; Schnapp; Sebastian; Shakespeare; Shamrock; Wunderbunny; Sir Parsley Buttons.
    Giggling! Used to name our farm animals long ago!
    Love,
    Alene

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  11. I wanted to find a name that seemed to go with Gabriel. I thought about ArchAngel or just Angel. Then I did a bit of wiki research and it hit me .. Trumpet ... as it Gabriel's horn.

    Or staying with the animated theme .. how about Roger Rabbit.

    Brenda - Pacific Northwest

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  12. Caitlin likes:
    Snowflake (she just likes the name)
    Brownie
    Pepper
    Ginger

    I personally like:
    Homer
    Jumpin' Jehosaphat (sp??)--JJ
    Harley

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  13. I read all the names to the kids last night, and we had so much fun! You all are great!

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  14. Anonymous3:32 PM

    I like the Archangel theme. How about Archie?
    Donna T.

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