Thursday, April 22, 2010

Smiling Steve

Mom took me on a photoshoot. We stopped at a park during the middle of our walk. Mom wanted to get a picture of my cute pinkish nose before it darkens up for summer.

I had a hard time concentrating on her because there were kids playing soccer and I wanted to find a puddle so I could get a drink. Don't you think I look pretty tired?

Then one of the kids made a funny soccer move, so I had to laugh.

Boy, walks sure make me get the fat tongue!

Finally I gave Mom a nice look, but she didn't capture the pink of my nose.

Luckily she gave up at this point and we got back to walking. I much prefer walking to posing!

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Hide and Seek

Do you see anything in this picture?
Let's look a little closer.
Oops, I've been discovered. Time to move.
I could be a tight rope walker in the circus.

And now, my dismount.

The pictures end here because Mom was giving me too much attention and the furry beasts had to come bug me and then she had to save me. They ruin everything.


Sunday, April 18, 2010

It brings out the blue in my eyes

Mom has been working hard up in the sewing room. First she created the Extreme Crate Makeover. Now she has created a quilt for me. Mom can't take all the credit though because Dave from the Army of Four helped her figure out how to quilt it. (Or maybe it was his mom, I can't remember.)

Now my blanket is finished and I took some time today to model it.
It's pink, blue, and chocolate brown. Don't you think the blue looks good with my eyes?

The bad thing about having your own quilt is that it follows you everywhere you go. Here it is, trying to rest with me on the couch.

It also goes to bed with me too, but I just don't have a picture of that.

Mom has just started on a quilt for Steve. Hopefully in a month or so, he will share his quilt!


PS. Just so you don't miss Steve too much, this is what he did earlier this week while Mom was putting her hair in a ponytail before our walk. He just gets so excited. (Sorry, it's not a very good picture.)

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Medical Care by SKW

The other day, Mom stayed home from work because she was sick. When Dad came into the bedroom to tell her goodbye, this is what he found.
Please excuse our eyes, the lights were off in the room when Dad took the picture.

So as you can see, we are very good at taking care of our sick Mom.

(I'm also very good at stealing Steve's favorite toy, which you can see under my head if you look closely.)