|Step 3 (not to do)- try and back up the heavy trailer so you can surprise hubby with|
your independence, instead get hopelessly stuck on the very wet yard.
|Step 3 stomp the dirt:)|
|Step 4-"I do it! I do it!"|
|Step 5-re-arange the plants in the wheelbarrow|
|Step 6 (optional)-get Hubby to whip out the big green tractor|
and rescue suburban from yard.
|Step 7, 8 & 9-bathe children until clean, this may take awhile!|
|Step 10-make sure almost 2 year old has plastic tools instead of metal:)|
|Step 11-save baby tomato plant from avalanche of dirt by well meaning almost 2 year old!|
|Step 11-save baby tomato plant from drowning with its first watering.|
|Step 12-"Look Grammie, I'm safe from the squirrels"...|
which is more than the veggies may be able to say...
|Step 12-"I want our garden to look like that!"...|
Try and explain photo shopping and false advertising to a 4 year old.
|Step 13-stand back and smile at the new dirt and hopeful green plants.|
|Step 14-Lecture your pregnant daughter on the dangers of over working in the garden|
because she insists on playing with the tiller.