I will occasionally tell my son “some bunny loves you,” and without fail he looks at me like “what does that mean?” I explain to him it’s just a play on words and something a lot of people say quite frankly. Yesterday we were hanging out and he says to me “Some bunny loves you Mommy.” I smiled and said “Is that some bunny you?” He just smiled and ran to the other room… I don’t know if he was embarrassed or thought he used it out of context.
Either way later on in the day we went to Walmart to pick up some supplies and usually I allow him to get a few things while we are in the store. I have to limit him the kid or he will fill up my basket with all his needs and wants. I noticed he was scanning a certain shelve for a while, just staring at the pudding cups and then he says in a sweet voice…. “Mommy, can I get a snack pack?” I said “Yeah, you can,” then he says “Some bunny loves you Mommy, and that’s me.” He stole my heart… he could have gotten all the snack packs he wanted at that point, not to mention they were only a dollar, and have a new easy open lid. He’s so cute, when we got home I decided to make his snack packs into a “some bunny loves you” version, and it’s perfect timing with Easter in the near future.
What you need:
- snack pack (flavor of your choice, I used Vanilla)
- shredded coconut
- chocolate chips
- jelly beans
- candy sprinkles
- Remove foil from top of snack pack.
- Fill the top with shredded coconut.
- Place two chocolate chips for eyes, and a jelly bean for a nose.
- Cut a marshmallow in half, then dip the sticky side in candy sprinkles.
- Place the marshmallow halves at either end of the cup for ears.
- Dig in and enjoy!
- Happy Easter….
Remember some bunny loves you, so pin this snack pack for later: