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Archive for June 9th, 2009

A few nights ago, just before heading to bed, I heard a shriek. Satori screeched, the butterflies have hatched from their cocoons! Sure enough, one did. The next morning, we had another butterfly fluttering around. By that night, all four had emerged.


The red liquid here is not what you think it is, it was the sugary water I put in the butterfly feeder, which had leaked.


That was a few days ago. It has been so cold and rainy out lately that we kept them in our warm house. But today, it was mostly sunny, so today was Butterfly Freedom Day! And it timed perfectly well with the new flowers blooming around our house!


Carefully, we had them crawl on our stick and then Satori let them fly to freedom.


Two butterflies flew way up  high and over our house. Goodbye!!! Two other butterflies stuck near us to hang out for awhile.


Satori can’t wait to try this again. We might do it again this spring, or might wait until next spring.

Wow, what an amazing book, Encyclopedia Prehistorica: Sharks and Other Sea Monsters. Satori is dying for me to read it to her again. I started, but was blown away, had to take photos, then just HAD to blog about it. Didn’t even finish the book, now I have a little girl whining for me to read it, hehe!

Encyclopedia Prehistorica: Sharks and Other Sea Monsters Pop-up Book

Encyclopedia Prehistorica: Sharks and Other Sea Monsters Pop-up Book

 The first page…

Encyclopedia Prehistorica: Sharks and Other Sea Monsters

Encyclopedia Prehistorica: Sharks and Other Sea Monsters

 On the first page, not only did we see a cool popup Pterygotus and Trilobite, we also saw popup anomalocaris fossils, popup amphibians coming onto land underneath the “water surface”, and sea and air reptiles of the Mesozoic Era.


Then what to our amazed eyes did see? A Dunkleosteus, which Satori immediately recognized. This was one of the small popup books on the main page, and is amazing just in itself.



You wouldn’t want to step near this bad-boy page! 3 vicious sea monsters fighting, with a HUGE Tylosaurus jaw bottom right, and some paleontologist dude bottom left.