Happy Birthday to Boo,
Happy Birthday to Boo
Happy Birthday to Daisy Boo (and Mum)
Happy Birthday to you!
I've just celebrated my birthday on the 4th (and Mums on the 5th, but I'd rather talk more about me) and I'm now officially 2 and all grown up. It seems so long ago now that Mum brought me all the way up from Southampton, that was a long drive for both of us. Mum said she would have blogged about my birthday on the actual day but apparently her best friends wedding was more important to go to, her excuses are just getting worse if you ask me.
This is the first photo Mum took of me, on the day she came to see me and my litter mates. She intended to get another boy doggy, but she said it was love at first sight with me.
I want to take this time to thank my big brother Dante, who at first I was terrified of (he pushed me over and made my cry!) But he has helped me grow up into the mature sophisticated lady I am now (BOL!)
Here we are on my first day at home, he was ever so patient with me.
He taught me how to play nicely with him..
...and he cuddled me at night when I was pining for my mummydog.
He taught me how to behave when we went out for walkies...
He watched over me (and still does even though I'm all grown up now)
So Thanks big bro!..and sorry Sampson didn't turn out as good as I did, hehehe.
I tried to help teach Sampson as good as Dante, but I don't think I've really got the hang of it, my teachings usually end up like this...
I got an extra special tea for my birthday full of extra yummyness, Mum said if I'm lucky she will make me some 'pupcakes' over the weekend for us all to eat. I suppose I better wish Mum a happy birthday while I'm at it, Happy Birthday Mum!
Anyway, the weather is awful here now, we are struggling to adjust after our heatwave last week, there is even snow on the mountains now. Mum says its typical English weather but we shouldn't complain, but all our walks look like this and involve us all getting a thorough soaking!
We hope you all have a fantastic Easter and the weather is a bit nicer where everyone else is.