When we woke up on Christmas morning we immediately went over to our tree. We couldn't wait to open our presents!
OMP! So many presents! So fab ! But I think the present I got for Daddy was the best..
A poodle toaster! So now when he makes toast he can have a poodle image on each slice!
Annie Day party. Paw Patrol and hot dogs!
Then we had cake. Mommy brought Annie's puppy cake. Our hotel sent a giant Annie photo cake! How fab! (Yes, that's Bear on it! It represents 4 years ago!) I will tell you all about our trip in a later blog post. Right now, I am just too exhausted from so much partying!
We are leaving on a road trip today. I prepared my stuff to pack and then asked Annie to bring me hers. When I saw her pile of toys and bucket of treats I told her she can't bring everything. I said she can bring one toy and a small bag of treats. She wanted to know if I also had to take less. I told her no and explained that I only prepared my necessities.
Once we found our tree, I supervised getting it on the car to take home.
And last night, Daddy did the lights and Mommy hung the ornaments.
It finally arrived! Our very own Elf on the Shelf! I told Annie that this is Santa’s elf that will listen to our Christmas wishes and tell Santa every night whether we were naughty or nice.
I explained that first have we have to name her. I suggested Princess. I asked Annie what name she liked and she barked Sponge Bob, So we agreed to compromise and her name is Princess Bobbie.
Before Princess Bobbie went to work, I thought I would give her something pretty to wear with some poodlelicious influence. A reindeer skirt and saddle shoes! How fab!
When we awoke the next morning, Annie and I sniffed around the house to find where Princess Bobbie was. I found her by the fireplace riding the reindeer!
When Annie came over I reminded her that Princess Bobbie will be watching so she better be a good girl!
Annie is not so sure she is excited about the arrival of Princess Bobbie in our house!
The other day there was a ton of snow on the hill we walk by everyday. You may be thinking ‘SNOW in San Diego ?' Well, it didn't actually snow. Once a year, the neighborhood brings snow so that kids can sled and play in it. We didn't go to that party, but we came the morning after.
I pranced about but the snow was way too cold for my princess poodle paws.
Annie, on the other paw, found one of the only patches of mud and decided to stand in it. She thought the cold mud felt nice.
And then there was Annie with her dirty paws matching the reindeer on her fab new sweater!