One of These Things is NOT Like the Others

Imagine our surprise when Mr. Piggy’s hair sprouted!  Seems he’s from a different gene pool than Mr. Ducky and Mr. Froggie.   We were wondering why it hadn’t sprouted when Mr. Froggie’s hair was planted the same day.  And he’s had at least 12 haircuts.  Keeve, our 11-year-old, is keeping the green Frog’s hair trimmed to a perfect mohawk at least twice a day.  I keep finding grass clippings in the kitchen sink.  I thought these mini-faux-Chia pets were humorous when I stuck them in the kids’ Easter baskets.  I didn’t expect this much interest, conversation, distraction, photography, watering, moving, admiring, etc.  Teenagers surprise me… almost daily.

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2 Responses to “One of These Things is NOT Like the Others”

  1. Jennie C. Says:

    It looks like the middle one is actually growing chia (salvia hispanica).

  2. rixgal Says:

    Yes, it is…. but Austin tried to give it a mohawk today…. I don’t think the effect is the same as with grass! Oh well.

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