7 QT: Suburban Wildlife
I'm taking a break from writing about books for a week, but don't worry, there will be more book recommendations in the future! Today I'm addressing the kind of critters we find in the wilds of Oregon City.
Spotty the Cheetah (based on the book Put Me in the Zoo) enjoys some birthday cake (i.e. blue
Grandma Laurie's second gift box did not remain unseen until Valentine's Day. Oh well…I guess the kids have to wear their new adorable clothes now. What a burden! (Not.)
(All together now) Awwwwwwwwwwwww!
Jury is out on whether that hat makes him a dinosaur or a monster, but he looks skeptical either way.
What kind of nutty nutballs request purple popsicles in January? These ones. I particularly like Ruby's ensemble: hat, coat, rain boots, and sunglasses.
Hemi and Delilah are the class pets at Ruby's school, Redland Montessori. I got to visit on Thursday and I'm going to do a post or two about it. It was awesome and I'm so glad that Ruby gets the opportunity to be there (thanks Mom!)
|Security chickens…with these gals around we have nothing to fear|
These are our neighbor's chickens, but they enjoy hanging out on our porch. This may or may not be due to the fact that we tend to throw stale cereal and sandwich crusts to them. Max has not figured out that throwing gravel AT the chickens is not the same as throwing cereal TO the chickens.
|Spotty the cheetah|
|Ruby the hoppy bunny|
|Ben the snuggle bear|
|Max the dino/monster guy|
|Cooks or Kooks?|
|Hemi the gentle giant|
|Delilah the not-shy bunny|
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