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rookiecookie's picture rookiecookie

Consider yourself lucky for having nice Easter weather. On Saturday night, I looked outside and we were in the middle of a blowing snow storm. You would think Santa was supposed to be coming instead of the Easter bunny. We woke up to 2 inches of snow.

This is a great post, goes over some good info. I had wanted to have a garden this year, but then I remember I am already growing something- a baby. I need to be realistic and not get myself overwhelmed. So instead of having a garden this summer, I will focus on my newborn.

My church congregation has a group garden that I could get involved with. Someone has a bunch of extra land and they donated it to the church members to use for their own gardens. Pretty sweet eh? But I still feel like I would be overwhelmed.

Sweet Pea Chef's picture Sweet Pea Chef

Your weather will get to "spring" mode soon. I just know it. Hang in there. We had a snow about 10 days ago.

Yeah, I would say your baby growing is much, much more important than a vegetable garden. Although maybe some heavy duty weeding is in order during your 39th week to speed Baby Girl to arrive.