I hope you all don't think it is easy being a sheep. Sheep have all sorts of responsibilities. Now that Little Buddy and Fluffy are best friends, the work load for Fluffy has increased tenfold! Fluffy thought it was tough having all those little lambs running every which way. They are nothing compared to a little boy! Little Buddy thinks Fluffy is the greatest, and thankfully Fluffy seems to feel the same. Not many sheep would wear a shirt, while listening to a concert played by a boy with pants on his head.
Little Buddy thought Fluffy looked fantastic!
Fluffy has to help Little Buddy watch his new favorite show, Imagination Movers, every morning during breakfast.
Fluffy has to read books at nap time and bedtime just like Little Buddy does. Fluffy's favorite book is Goodnight Gorilla. It is a bestseller! There are not many words so Fluffy can read it all by herself!
Fluffy has to take naps, too. I am sure by nap time she is exhausted from all of her morning activities. Sometimes she naps in the crib, sometimes on the floor, but she is always covered up in a blanket.
After nap it is back to work. Riding on the blue rocking horse is lots of fun.
Fluffy spends most of her time right here on this truck getting pushed all over the house. Well to be honest she is on the truck, off the truck, on the truck and off, over and over again. She is such a good sport, always smiling, never complaining. Fluffy has watched bath time, and almost got shoved into the shower one day. Lucky for us the water was not running, we have to be careful that Fluffy does not felt! Who knew that when Gracie surprised me with Fluffy in December, that this sweet little sheep would find a little boy right here in Florida to be best friends with? She is always ready to go, loves to be hugged, snuggled and played with. Tomorrow she is going to Physical therapy with us, not only is she a good friend but a great motivator, too! Busy times for a stuffed friend.