Growing Jellybeans.

8 Apr

For fun, we planted jellybeans.

My children didn’t know that jellybeans could grow and it was enough excitement to send them over the edge and make Buzz Lightyear cry because he couldn’t eat all the jellybeans at once.

And we watered. ┬áBut my 8 year old decided one day she didn’t need to water her jellybeans because “the sprinklers will water them for me”…her exact words.

And then one day as we went outside to play, the jellybeans grew…

And everyone was happy.

Which makes me very happy.

Enjoy your weekend….and plant some jellybeans.

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4 Responses to “Growing Jellybeans.”

  1. Jenn L @ Peas and Crayons April 14, 2011 at 9:06 am #

    too cute =)

    • Nery July 10, 2014 at 6:32 am #

      I like to make big saldas and fruit saldas. Remember your good knife and cutting board from home, then just buy produce fresh on the road. It is relaxing to cut all of that up outside and people just love it and it’s so healthy! I have never had to store any leftovers there, either it all gets eaten. We buy the grill meat near the campsite as well so less to pack.

  2. Scarlett Fiona Reed January 20, 2012 at 3:11 pm #

    That is SUCH a cute idea! Your children are just darling.

  3. Ozzawa July 9, 2014 at 6:41 pm #

    most outdoors and cainmpg stores will have a section with dehydrated foods which are light to carry and easy to prepare as long as you have enough water. They even have dehydrated ice cream bars which have a weird texture but taste just like the real thing! Anyway, if you can’t find those then there are always the instant rice and mashed potatoes things that come in packets, trail mix, cereal, etc. This is under the assumption that you’re really cainmpg (backpacks, tent, fire, etc.) and not just living in a trailer or mobile home temporarily so keeping anything cool will be difficult unless you have a way to store ice for a long period of time. Have fun!

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