Plant Vegetable Seedings

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This morning when i’m changing new mulberry leaves for the silkworms brought from Wendy yesterday, Miaomiao feels curious and also wants to give mulberry leaves to the silkworm to feed them. Then i find the rest mulberry leaves given by Wendy are not enough to feed the silkworms for three days. Remember there are a few mulberries in our lakeside garden, i decide to get some mulberry leaves back later.

So in the forenoon, Miaomiao and i and her father go to the lakeside garden to search for mulberries. We find two middle-large mulberries and some very small mulberries after searching around carefully. At last we pick some mulberry leaves and dig three small mulberries home.
After coming back home, i plant the three small mulberries into a flowerpot. Then i find the vegetable seedings i sowed before need to transplant as they grow too dense within one flowerpot. So i dig all the seedings out and prepare suitable soil in different flowerpots for them, and then i start to transplant the vegetable seedings. The seedings include little cabbage seedings and chili seedings. I separate these two kinds and plant them in different large flowerpots. There are so many seedings but there are not enough space in the large flowerpots. So i start to find some small ones to plant the rest little cabbage seedings in. Miaomiao colors pictures after arriving home with her daddy and then transfers her attention to the balcony now. She also wants to plant vegetables. So i give her sevral cabbage seedings and she also shovel the soil and find a small flowerpot to plant the seedings like me. She prepares the soil for a while, and with our help she plants sevral cabbage seedings then.
After that she eats a few dumplings for lunch and falls asleep even still sitting on her infant toilet. Maybe it’s too tired to plant vegetables? Anyhow, it’s a good experience for her to try planting in spring.

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Tina Peng

Tina Peng, Miaomiao's mother, born in 1985, and give birth to Miaomiao in summer of 2013, love Miaomiao very much, and willing to record her tiny things in this blog.

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