Nice, nice! It means they NOTICED the flowers!
Naughty--but cute!!Yum--acorn squash--but sprinkle a little cinnamon on mine please! :)
That's definately something worth bragging about!I'd have to say nice since no petals were broken/removed AND it's not a real OR harmful pest.
I grew flowers in bags once, but wasn't totally satisfied. How cute of your monkey to pose for the photo; go monkey!!!
Yum I love squash with just butter. The bug is a very nice addition too(-: At least its not real!!!
Bugs are cool so I'm voting nice :)But then again, i have tarrantulas as pets so i may be a little skewed.mmmmm squash....make me some too please.
As well you should brag! I wish mine would eat that kind of thing. Your kids are so funny, putting the bug on your flowers.
I have let potatoes sprout roots from neglecting them. Does that count? Now what are you talking about growing them in a bag. That intrigues me. I had no doubt that your kids would eat veges. Isn't this the kid who ate the blossoms last year?
Ha! This is great! I have never dared to eat a (nearly) naked winter squash myself, preferring them pureed and added to other dishes, so I am SO impressed! As for the Valentine bug, raising kids to have a great sense of humor may be the biggest favor you've ever done for them or humankind. Go Monkeys go!!!
Tatyana, I think he was trying to scare me. Linda, right darling:)Cinj, That's true. He didn't mess it up at all. Nola, I am trying the potatoes in the bad thing. It is supposed to work great. We'll see. The monkey says thank you.Nickie, AHHHHHHHHHFoxy, I don't think I could get one of my to eat caviar like yours will. Anna, Teenage Monkey is the one who eats morning glory blooms. Weird kid. OFB, Thanks. I hope they don't scare me to death trying to get a laugh though.
Well, I think that monkey with the plastic bug was attempting his hand at decorating. And he did a pretty darned good job!Brenda
Aw, thanks Brenda. I needed a positive spin on that.