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Monday, September 3, 2012

Harvesting Corn

The Burritos were so excited to harvest the corn that they planted at our backyard. My husband said that when he was a kid, he also tried to grew some corn but the ants always beat him to the corn. He didn't think that the kids' corn would survive from the ants but it did.
They were so happy to reap what they sow.  Next year, they are planning to plant more lol.

31 comments:

  1. That corn looks almost as sweet as those sweet kiddies eating it!! :-) Precious!

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  2. Your kids have learned a valuable lesson in life and that is, you reap what you sow. They enjoyed the fruit of their labors. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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  3. Sweet little kids! Enjoying their fruit of labor! teehee :)

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  4. Ang galing! That's the sweetest corn they've ever tasted for sure. Have a fabulous week.

    Liz @ MLC
    Liz @ YACB

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  5. Those yellows must taste awesome!

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  6. How delightful. Your kids really got the benefit of their efforts. It
    looks delicious.

    My MYM is at:
    http://rnsane.blogspot.in/2012/09/mellow-yellow-monday-189-yellow-flowers.html

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  7. Looks like a lot of fun! The corn looks good, too :)
    Amber

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  8. Ah, they are able to eat corn like this until they lose a tooth or two...corn like this is great when roasted on a grill...when Allegra had braces, we used to cut the roasted corn off the ear with a knife. Even though she has not had braces for years, she still does that...around here, we love corn!

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  9. You and your family are a blessing to so many! My grandchildren love corn, too!

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  10. wow...corn from your own backyard. that's great

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  11. They deserved for those sweet corns.
    Thanks for the visit. It's just a short trip a few weeks ago, I'm at home now.

    www.homezweethome.info

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  12. The truth is that some pictures are wonderfully beautiful.

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  13. What a great learning project. The corn looks tasty. You do have beautiful children.

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  14. Beautiful children eating such healthy foods! Great combination! Well done!

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  15. You have a nice garden, Rose. My kids love sweet corn too.Beautiful photos.

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  16. Congratulations to the kids on their successful corn harvest! I have tried growing it but the bugs usually get it.

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  17. That looks so good! Happy RT2.

    Mine's here.

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  18. There is nothing like eating home grown produce.
    Good for your little burritos.

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  19. How fun! I always felt like a sticky mess when I would desilk corn, but with such a yummy product. And I agree with photowannabe, home grown veggies are always the best.

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  20. The corn around here is OK, but in other parts of the US, not so good.
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  21. A cool projekt for kids!
    Judy

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  22. We've been enjoying our sweet corn, as well!
    Here at our house it's the deer and RACCOONS that beat us to it. :)
    Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  23. Delightful photos of your children. They are certainly photogenic.

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  24. They like corn harvest, I guess they don't like planting rice.

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  25. yay! conngratulations on your corn harvest sis. weeeeee! look at the kids, they enjoyed eating veggies from their harvest :D http://www.lovehomegrowgarden.info/2012/09/04/garden-flowers-torch-ginger-lily/

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