Saturday, April 21, 2012

Chewing The Days Away

Me and Stanley have been playing a lot these past few days.  The rain has finally stopped so mom is happy that the mud is gone.  Yesterday was our 11 week birthday.  Mom and Dad said they are shocked that we have all been together for a month now!

Yesterday was our weigh in day.  I weighed 6 pounds 8 ounces and Stanley was 11 pounds 4 ounces.  Mom said my weight gain must have all been in my feet because they sure are getting bigger!

When we first got to our forever home, Mom had a nice toy basket for us.  Right away we learned that it was fun to chew.  Then mom asked, "What was I thinking?"  So she took it away and put our toys in a different chewable box.  We sure like it.






Murphy


10 comments:

Jazzi said...

Yah, I remember those days of chewing boxes. I now have mine in hard plastic bin although it still has bite marks in it, bol

wags
jazzi

GOOSE said...

Has your mom and dad ever thought of using a concrete toy box.
Blessings,
Goose

Bassetmomma said...

Hee!hee! Tell your Momma good luck finding a toy box you won't chew! LOL!

Oskar said...

BOL, sometimes the box is just as fun as the toy! Baby humans do that too sometimes.

Nubbin wiggles,
Oskar

Angus and Milo said...

That toy box looks like lots of fun to play with it and it looks like you had lot's of fun playing with it. You have some pawesome toys as well from Milo

Berts Blog said...

OK oK a toy box to chew on and all those great toys. Here is my advice to you my friends, don't, don't ever swallow any of that stuff. no swallowing toys or toy parts and I dare say, don't swallow the cardboard either. I promise, you are just setting yourself up to a vet visit.

Murphy said...

No worries, the toy box has been replaced with a plastic one and Mom watches the toys pretty close.

Berts Blog said...

I have the info you asked Goose for. It is called the Polished Pet Parlor and their at 638 So State in Clearfield, 801-825-7387 We go to her too and as much as I hate baths (not water, but baths) I really like them.

Bert

Berts Blog said...

PS, I just read Goos's blog and am so upset that I missed your first Sunday go to Church. You two look so cute being heald by your humans. I can't beleive I missed it. My Vickie was out of town and I am without a car when she is gone.

Bert

Murphy said...

Thanks Bert, this is the second time I've heard good things about them so it is looking like we're gonna have to go to Clearfield!