Saturday, December 22, 2007

Company

We have a baby visitor for Christmas. He is tasty to lick. I have never seen a baby close up. I hope he does not eat my doggie food.


Arrow unwrapped one of his presents. My owner mom finished wrapping some tiny mittens. Then they disappeared. Arrow jumped on the table and took them upstairs. He didn’t eat the mittens. Just the paper. Maybe he can help open presents on Christmas day! I don’t like paper unless it touched food. Like greasy wrappers and napkins. Yum. The baby likes to eat paper too!

Arrow thinks he smells good like sour milk. But he is jealous because everyone pets him and gives him toys.


I try to set a good example for Arrow. I’m the older uncle. The baby is here with his parents from Seattle. They are visiting the sun and the snow and their doggie uncles.

8 comments:

Joe Stains said...

what a cute baby! arrow should come to my place to help open the presents under our tree. but then you can have him back :)

Lorenza said...

Hi, Deefor
You had a very cute visitor!
I like paper! Am I a cute baby too?
Maybe Arrow could be the official presents opener! Too bad he will work just once a year!
Are you ready for Christmas?? Enjoy it!
Kisses for you, Arrow, your Mom and your Dad.
Lorenza

Amber-Mae said...

OMdoG, he's sooo cute! I like his rosy pink cheeks. I bet Arrow is a very good pressie opener since he likes destroying stuff in the house, kekeke!

Love licks,
Solid Gold Dancer

Pacco de Mongrel said...

wat an adorable baby boy u got there as ur visitors...

did u offer to share some of ur tasty treats with him?

Sparky said...

That's a cute baby! Personally, though, I can't stand them... they climb all over me and pull my handsome ears. But I think it's really cool that you don't mind him!

Sparky

4xBs said...

that's a cute baby. are those mittens for you or are they for the baby?

happy woofers.

ROSSI said...

Dear Deefor...

wishing u n ur family a very Merry Christmas... hope you have a great fun on Christmas!!

Cheers
Rossi

THE ZOO said...

Merry Christmas.