Could be! He does look very familiar. He must be enjoying that sunshine. Wonder why he's more interested in the bark than in that beautiful green grass?!
Your little Peter Cottontail looks so much like mine. Mine is hiding among the hostas.
Penny - does he have any chocolate for me? :-)
So cute. Send him my way if he is giving out treats!
hI bUNNY! MISHELLE
Now is he Peter Rabbit, brother of "cottontail, Mopsy and Opsy? LOL!
We saw a jack rabbit in our backyard this morning! Can't figure how he got in as we're all fenced in! I think I like your's better - at least he doesn't look like he'd eat my veggies!Manuela
Why I bet thats Mr. Bunny Wabbit. It is. How cute Penny. Thx for sharing.
Oh, I do believe it's the same 'Eee-tha' bunny who was spied in my garden a few years ago by my grandson who was three at the time! Now he's a mature eight years old - and he would not admit he said that! ~Adrienne~
If all your carrots and cabbage are gone then it is! Very cute. :)
Maybe that wascally wabbit is hiding from Elmer Fudd!
Oh Penny, I love your Peter Cottontail and feel so appreiciative of such a sweet comment on my blog! I love your blog and look at it as much as I can because you are so talented and very inspiring....thanks again and have a Wonderful Easter!Jena
Cute, cute cute!! These bunnies are just popping up everywhere! Looks like your daffodils are going to shoot up and bloom anyday now! :-)Have a wonderful week Penny!!xoxoJane
Hi Penny! I do believe it is little Peter Cottontail! How precious!Be a sweetie,Shelia ;)
Oh, your gardens are further along than ours are...and Peter Rabbit looks very happy there.Karen
Hey Penny; How cute is he, I hope he is hopping down my way soon. I love chocolate..... lol Hugs;Alaura
eeek! your post just made me look up at the calendar and realize that the "easter bunny" isn't at all prepared (yet) at all for this sunday's festivities.
Penny! I need your help. I've been inspired by your "red toile lampshade". I have a similar shade (shape) in what used to be white, but with little boy hands everywhere, it's not white anymore. I was wondering if it was hard to cover? I've Waverly pantry plaid (crimson) in my living/dining area, as well as the waverly toile. I'm thinking I may cover in the antique roses pattern. Did you have to cut individual "panels" for each side? I've got my glue gun ready to go as well as my fabric, but still need to get trim. I do have a stretch of some lace but I don't think that would be "heavy" enough to cover the seams. Help!
Looks like Peter to me...or maybe it's THE Easter bunny! Either way...he's a cutie! :-) Susan
Awww...so cute! I just love bunnies! :)
(((Penny)))Thanks so much for the link. This is the next "spring" project I'll be working on. Thank you for sharing and being such an inspiration. I look around your "rooms" and I know it's a place I'd love. I love, red, yellow, toile...I hope you have a fantastic day!
How cute! I think it's the Easter Bunny!Hugs,Donna
Tell him to come to my house next, Penny, and to bring lots and LOTS of chocolate! ;-)xo,Sheila
He is so sweet and so cute.
Hi Penny,You are just so much fun!. A very cute post. Have a fun and joyous day, Elizabeth
Hi dear Penny, It's cold as heck here today too...brrr. It's hard to take after the wonderfully delicious warm weather we have had but the weather man says back in the 70's by Friday. I have had the birds build in my purely decorative houses too. I guess they really don't mind that the houses are cleaned out each year. I heard bluebirds don't like color on their houses but you can't prove it by me. They don't mind the painted ones I have. :)
Looks like him to me! Is he stealing your carrots, or anything bad like that? It rather looks like he's checking to see if the coast is clear!
Bunny Rabbits and daffodils...sure signs of Spring!I love all the photos on your blog!Have a good day!
He looks so cute!
What a cute bunny! I'd love for him to hop my way, bringing me some chocolate! Enjoy your week.Blessings,Sandi
Happy Easter, Penny! Of course i love your bunny.
I had heard that ole Peter winters in NC. He just may stay there 'cause it's snowing in Pgh right now. He may never deliver eggs to my house.
Hope he doesn't eat your pansies, if you have some. Rabbits always eat my neighbor's, for some strange reason. Mine are in pots and as you know, I have a cat who prowls the property!Brenda