Gramma came to visit for two whole weeks! I love Gramma so much. I miss her. I don’t know why she doesn’t just stay here. I’m sure she loves me too. I made her laugh and smile a lot.
I loved having her for so long. It gave us time to hang out a lot. Continue reading
Mom says this is a time for family so no blogging today. Everyone should be with family and fiends doing things they enjoy like getting treats and going for walks.
I just wanted to say Merry Christmas. It’s been so great so far, and I have a lot to tell you. I can’t wait to see what tomorrow brings. Can’t wait to see what Santa brings!
Arthur and I want to ask everyone…
“Life is a very special kind of thing, not just for a chosen few.
But for each and every living breathing thing. Not just me and you.
So in your Christmas prayers this year, …
… say a prayer for the wind, and the water, and the wood,
and those who live there, too.”
I have even more family than I thought! My Gramma and Uncle Eric came to visit. They live far away so we don’t get to see them very often. They came just to meet me!
We loved each other right away. They brought me cookies and I gave them kisses and cuddles and jumped all over them to let them know how happy I was to meet them. They loved me.
After a couple hours of running and jumping we all sat down together and cuddled on the couch. Gramma is a great petter. Uncle Eric played with me and threw my toys for me. He was my new best friend.
We had a bonfire! A bonfire is when you have a big fire (Mom says it has to be a safe fire then it is a good fire) and food. I think you have bonfires when family comes to visit. There were hot dogs, potato salad, treats for me and something mom called s’mores. She said I could not have any of that. It was so exciting and amazing! Outside at night, a big fire, food and family.
We had such a good time. I hated to see them go so soon. I don’t know where they go but I wish they could stay. I love having a bigger family. More family means more play, more cuddles and more food.