Monday, December 23, 2013

Merry Christmas 2013

~Merry Christmas ~
Share the love of Jesus Christ this holiday season!
2013
 
From Our Home To Yours,
Love from the Stevens Family,
Rich and The Bunnies
(Nico, Juni, Yoshi, Keebler, Maisy, and Button)
In Remembrance of
KERRY
(Bunny Mommy)


Tuesday, June 25, 2013

The Last Post

Two Bunny Blog was named after the two bunny lovers that wrote stories and experienced the stories with their bunnies.  2013 has not been kind to the Two Bunny Blog family; Tokki and Piper passed in the arms of Jesus in February.  Now the Two Bunny Blog Mom has passed in the arms of Jesus as of June 21, 2013.   The house is saddened then words can say; however we rejoice that Mom is with Jesus.

Follow the link to Kerry’s obituary:   Two Bunny Blog Mommy's obituary

Saying Good-bye,

Dad, Nico, Yoshi, Maisy, Button, and Keebler.

Sunday, June 9, 2013

Maisy Poses for the Camera

No story today, just pictures full of Maisy cuteness...





Sunday, June 2, 2013

Bunny Trekker


Kitchen: the only frontier.  These are the voyages of a bunny named Yoshi.  His five-year mission:  explore strange new foods; seek out fresh flavors and innovative groceries, to boldly go where no bunny has gone before.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

This Hay Is Your Hay

(To the tune of This Land Is Your Land

Yoshi: <keeping time with his back left paw>
A-one, a-two, a-one, two, three…

This hay is your hay, this hay is my hay
No your hay is my hay as well
From the garage to the bunny room
Throughout the kitchen and all over the floor
This hay is your hay, no it’s my hay
God blessed this hay for you and me

There was a closet door that tried to stop me
A note was sealed on it saying “It’s your hay”
But on the back side it didn’t say anything
So this hay was made for you and me
This hay was made for you and me

As the bunny crew was watching
I was at the hay box solo wondering if
This hay was made for you and me
Yes!
This hay was made for you and me!
One more time!

This hay was made for you and meeee!


Wednesday, May 1, 2013

In the Hazy Mist of Dreaming

<Button is lying in a deep slumber with a slight twitching of her legs and a silent snooze; if we could, let us look into her dream.>

“My legs are strong and my body is fixed.   I have a strong mind and I am ready for anything.  I run and laugh in the endless field with no danger in sight, not near or far.  It is peaceful with Maisy in the distance waiting for me.  I run so fast I cannot feel the ground.  I can stand up like my Dad does and I can stand still.  It is an amazing place in my dreams.”

<Button wakes up because Mom walks toward her, Button is so happy to see her and starts shaking her head and begins crawling towards Mom.  How happy a little bunny can be!>

Saturday, April 13, 2013

My Name is Keebler


My name is Keebler because I am a dwarf Polish bunny who everyone thinks I look like Nico. I don’t see it.  Mom had her eye on me for a while and after I started having teeth problems, they just decided to adopt me.  I am so happy.  I get to run around with Maisy and Button every night.  We have different pens because Mom and Dad want to keep an eye on me and my pooping arrangements. 

For six weeks, Dad was syringe feeding me twice a day, but today, whoo hoo—I ate Critical Care on my own out of a bowl.  I still need a Pen-G shot every other day and Metacam once a day until my infection and teeth issues get fixed.  I have to go back every six weeks right now.  The lady doctor said I have the teeth of an eight year old bunny even though I am only about age two.  She pulled one of my teeth and another one broke off.  That tooth has been causing me issues and it is a S-L-O-W grower too.  Dependent on the infection, once it gets to a point—get it, a point (ha ha  I crack myself up), it will need to be pulled.

Keebler starts singing the Van Halen song, Right Now!

Right now, hey 
It's your tomorrow 
Right now, 
C'mon, it's everything 
Right now, 
Catch a magic moment, do it 
Right here and now 

Oh sorry, I am another Rocker Bunny!  Right now, I am better.  I have a lot to say.  Like the Van Halen song says; live BIG or go HOME.   I am having fun living the sweet life and I love my girl friends Maisy and Button.

Keebler

Oh yeah!  Dad calls me “Key” a lot.

Friday, April 5, 2013

Saturday, March 23, 2013

It Isn't Easy

As most of you know, it isn’t easy losing a fur kid.  We aren’t looking for sympathy or anything, just a platform to share our thoughts.  Several people understand about losing a fur kid and others don’t.  We feel there needs to be a post out there to give those an insight on how it feels to those who don’t understand how it feels losing a fur kid.

A fur kid, if given a chance, will love their parents unconditionally with no regrets, with no second thought, and no changing of their minds.   Fur kids love us like Jesus wants humans to love other humans.  There are creatures out there, dogs, cats and bunnies that love their parents and would die for their parents.

A fur kid’s life revolves around their family.  For those who don’t realize, our fur babies feel emotions like humans, but deeper.  Humans are the “rulers” over God’s world, but we do a poor job of it.  There is so much abuse out there and it saddens this household that humans let abandonment and abuse happen physically, mentally, and emotionally on so many levels; human to human, human to creature, and human allowing creature to creature.

At work and other settings, it has not been easy for us (Two Bunny Blog Parents) to be proud of having adopted bunnies.  We receive cruel jokes and rude comments from humans who would never say anything if we had dogs or cats.  It isn’t easy, but WE LOVE OUR BUNNIES!  However, anything easy is not worth having most of the time and God shapes us the best when it isn’t easy.

I want you to imagine you are a hunted creature of prey and 90%+ of the world’s population is your hunter.  Would you be willing to love the thing that is the biggest threat to you?  Our bunnies do; humans are the biggest threat to them and they are willing to love us anyway.

It isn’t easy, but it is worth it,
The Parents