Birthday boy

Adam

Adam

Not mine, loyal readers, but that of mummy’s little nephew.  He is called Adam and on Sunday the family travelled to Wellington to attend his second birthday party, leaving Me and Nellie home alone, but We were such good doggies.  Mummy says Adam is so cute and know lots of important little boy words, like digger, big digger and truck.

How anyone can be more cuter than Me and Nellie is beyond our ken.  Me and Nellie know lots of important doggy words, like dinner and come inside and snooze in front of the fire.

Today mummy decided to start pruning her raspberry patch.  Now as you all know, it is the first month of winter here in New Zealand, so imagine mummy’s surprise when she noticed that there was still fruit on one of her raspberry canes.

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Then she noticed that there were some spring flowers growing under the big tree in the drive-way.  Very topsy-turvy seasons.

029Off Me and Nellie go.  Mummy says that there is bad weather on the way and We must prepare ourselves for it by having another snooze in front of the fire.  Love Nellie and Jasper.

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9 Responses to Birthday boy

  1. Two French Bulldogs says:

    Happy Birthday little man
    Snorts,
    Benny & Lily

  2. Happy Birthday little Adam! And what good dogs you were, Jasper and Nellie! 🙂

    Love, Solo and Krissy 🙂

  3. A little taste of spring on the way to winter is good. Around here, we had a little taste of fall on the way to summer! It’s confusing, but snoozing through it is a good thing….

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

  4. Misaki says:

    Happy birthday to your mummy’s nephew! Our weather is crazy too

  5. Adam is too adorable! Mom wants to kiss his cheeks! Hope he had a great birthday!! Barks and licks and love, Dakota

  6. Happy Birthday Adam – have a wonderful day !

  7. Nikitaland says:

    Happy Birthday Adam! Love Nikita & Bella

  8. Kyla says:

    It must be a mild winter so far.

  9. Flea says:

    Huh. Our fall/winter was like that last year. Nothing knew when to bloom properly. We had SUCH a hot summer that things went dormant. Fall came around and the plants thought it was spring.

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