Aren't they adorable? Don't you want to take them home? Be aware that looks aren't everything. After a night of stage lights and nervous perspiration, Lyle said to our tiniest rabbit, "Little Bunny Foo Foo, I don't wanna' smell you." Put those arms down Miss Rose.
Despite the odor, (and rabbits are supposed to be stinky, right?) we're so proud of our bunnies. This picture of Lucy and Rose was in the newspaper--taken during their first week of the play Narnia. They travel with Father Christmas, hopping along, helping to usher in Spring. I love that Rose got to do her first play with Lucy. Ninety-percent of her time on stage, she was holding big sister's hand.
Cholita was just giddy seeing her sisters on stage but was afraid of the White Witch. She asked several times, "Oohh, what she gonna' DO?" After the play, Cholita walked up on stage and looked out at the theater like she owned the place. Lucy has expressed concern that poor Cholita will never have quite the look directors are going for. Typecasting stinks for minorities. "BUT WAIT!" she excitedly said,
"Cholita will be PERFECT for The King and I!"
* And no Kelly, not the King of Siam. Please. Her hair's short but not THAT short! And unfortunately she wouldn't work for the part of Anna either, but how adorable would she be as one of the King's children? Or the love-stricken Tuptim? It could work. Unfortunately her scratchy singing voice is currently more Brian Adams than Broadway. As her Uncle Jared has said, "A good throat lozenge could ruin poor Brian's career...."