Avery received a bunny lovie when she was born. I put it in her crib so that she had something to comfort her when she went to sleep. I’ve always kept it in her crib and won’t let her take it out because I want her to associate it with sleep and bedtime. She loves that bunny and immediately grabs it as soon as she gets into her crib. She keeps a tight hold on it all night.
Once she was able to pull herself up, I noticed that the bunny kept getting pulled out of the crib. She walked around with it and even hugged it and continuously gave it kisses. She even started grabbing her sister’s bunny and did the same thing. I quickly began to realize that Avery had a love for all things bunny.
This Easter I decided to give in to Avery’s love of bunnies and will fill it with only bunny items. She is going to have an Easter full of the animal that she loves.
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