Tuesday, April 29, 2014

WW: Yellow Submarine

The Easter Bunny hid a few things in the dishwasher.




Who is your favorite Beatle?

John
 George
 Paul
 Ringo - Mica keeps calling him, "Rango"



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32 comments:

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

What a cool bunny!

Rhonda Albom said...

Good think no one ran the dishwasher.

Kristin Aquariann said...

What a clever bunny! That set is super cute. Ringo was my favorite Beatle as a child, but I'm digging John's floofy hat.

Teresa Kindred said...

Handsome lads!
Teresa from NanaHood

stevebethere said...

Haha! hope no one turned the dishwasher on, I like the fun photos with their models :-)

Have a tanfabulous week ;-)

Ai Sakura said...

Oh the figurines are so cute!

Masshole Mommy said...

That Easter Bunny is such a rascal!

Joyce Lansky said...

Good thing they didn't get washed. I love Paul.

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Linda Blatchford said...

I like the name Rango, hehe

As a kid I liked Paul, but now I'm a John fan.

Mary said...

I agree, that is one talented bunny!!

I loved the name Ringo as a kid. How fun!

Harry Flashman said...

Ringo Star. The only one of the four who was really down to earth, and I liked him in "Cave Man."

I see Blue Meanies on that submarine!

Amy said...

I'd been look at that Beatles set in the store. They are super cute! John is my favorite.

Christina Morley said...

Looks like a lot of fun! :)

Sara-Jayne said...

Easter bunnies are so sneaky! You have lucky boys :)

pixiedusk said...

This is my son's (he is 3) fave ebook! It is free from itunes and I am sure my son would love this Lego too! Awww just too expensive for us tho =( #WW

Diana M. said...

Oh, my! That rascally rabbit!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
My but Mica is starting to look less a boy and into young man! Looks like it was a great Easter all round. YAM xx

kristi said...

That is so cool! I don't think I've seen the Yellow Submarine (Lego set) before. That Easter Bunny is one smart cookie. He never thought to hide something in the dishwasher over here! ;)

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Ringo Starr for me! :)

mail4rosey said...

The Beatles in a building set? Yeah, that's cool!

Stacy Uncorked said...

I'm going to have to consult with your bunny next year on creative hiding places! ;) What cool sets! :)

Warm Sunny Weather = Backyard Fun

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Good thing they didn't get washed!! My favorite Beatle was John Lennon for sure. I would have loved to have met him!

Crystal Collier said...

In the dishwasher... That's awesome! My parents always hid our baskets, and with 8 kids, you can imagine that was quite the task. The older you were, the harder you could expect your basket to be hidden. We all knew to look in the dryer or oven, but that's where you'd find the youngest kid's baskets. At least then you point them in the right direction before they started crying. Ah, memories...

Leovi said...

Yes, wonderful yellow submarine! Very funny!

Cascia Talbert said...

I love where the Easter Bunny hid their gifts! Those building sets are pretty cool. I don't have a favorite Beatle. They are (were) all pretty talented. Have a great day!

Stephanie said...

...and now I'm singing! We all live in a yellow submarine!

Deborah Coombs said...

My husband would love that set! I may have to pick it up for Father's Day. We're actually going to see Ringo in June, with his All-Starr Band :)

Clairejustine oxox said...

Oh these look great, my son would love these too :)

Jessica Fiorillo said...

I love the dishwasher idea! Thanks for sharing! :)

~ Noelle said...

that is pretty cool...
broxton would have a blast with that...
he keeps talking about the "yellow submarine!"

Theresa Mahoney said...

How cool is the Easter Bunny dropping of a Beatles Lego Set!? Way cool!

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

YOu sure had a great Easter Bunny come to your house. Bet the kids think so too.

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