June 18th 2009 5:36 pm
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I just celebrated my SECOND birthday a few days ago. Thanks to everyone for remembering my birthday and making it so special with your gifts, rosies, messages and special pictures. I'm so lucky to have so many wonderful and caring friends :-)
This birthday was a little bittersweet for mommy. She remembered my first birthday last year when Cole was still with us and oh how I tormented him. I guess I feel a little bad about that now, but how was I supposed to know he would be with us but a few more weeks after that?
I've gotten A LOT better since my first birthday! For one thing, I've become much more lovable towards mommy and daddy. I even crawl up on their laps for 10 or 15 minutes sometimes. I don't torment my sisters near as much as I did last year and me and the dogs (Conner & Kaci) get along great. In fact, I sleep with them during the day. I love their big doggy pillows and sometimes I stretch out my body to take up the entire pillow and Conner has to lay on the hard floor and then when he gives mommy the 'sad puppy dog' eyes, she realizes that I've stolen his bed. She eleveated the problem by placing TWO big dog pillows side by side and this way we can ALL sleep together without anyone being left out on the hard floor :-)
Mommy also remembers when I first arrived here two years ago and how I was so teeny tiny.....she could hold and carry me around in the palm of ONE hand. Now I'm such big boy, she has to use BOTH hands to carry me around now and boy am I HEAVY now. In fact, mommy needs to weigh me soon and update my weight on my page :-) I bet I weigh at least 14 or 15 pounds now!
Well....those are my reflections for this year.....I still have a short memory span, so I'm off to chase bugs or pick on my sisters or maybe jump on the counter and see what I can find to play with.
Okay.....meow at y'all later! And thanks again for everything, but most importantly.....your friendship!
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Spoken like a big boy!
Does that mean there is hope for Newman?