...Tonks in a tree! Do you see her in there?
Tonks is trying to vie for the role of blurry blooper queen around here. Do you think she'll beat Eddy and take on that role by the time she reaches her first birthday? It remains to be seen, but it sure is a close race as it stands. I hope to get a decent, at least halfway focused shot of Tonks in the Christmas tree, since she insists on nesting in it anyway. That sounds like such a daunting achievement, though.
Have a fun and festive day, friends!
Our Festive Doodle of the Day:
Our Tip of the Day:
We're nearing the end of our Christmas tree tips, but not just yet. Today's tip is to be aware and cautious of edible tree decorations. Whether they be something such as candy canes, cookie ornaments, or strings such as those made from popcorn, be very careful if there is anything edible on your Christmas tree. This can be dangerous if your furbaby eats potentially dangerous goods off of the tree, or even if they eat too much of an otherwise safe human food. Of course, a furbaby trying to reach edible tree decorations could also lead to falling trees and related injuries. So, for the sake of your furbaby and the tree, it is likely best to avoid decorating with edible goods. As we've said before, it is still possible to be festive, but do be sure to keep your furbaby's safety in mind as well!
Looks like some great nesting is going on there Tonks.
Tonks, I used to love climbing in the tree too...until I got too big for the branches to support me. ~Ernie
Kitties and Christmas trees. A delight indeed.
Have a fabulous day. ♥
Tonks has a figgy pudding in your doodle!
Great doodle and tips!
Athena and Marie
Uh oh. I'm not sure Eddy will want to share her tree, Tonks!
Oh, that art! It's Mudpie with a plum pudding! And Tonks looks so cute in the tree :)
You will probably have a queen of blurry shots, and an empress of blurry shots, that way they don’t have to fight over any title or appellation.
Tonks is a cutie. I love the drawing. I have always wanted to try figgy pudding. :) Excellent tips too.
Tonks, did you, um, ASK Eddy if you could be in her tree?
Lets just say "somekitty" pulled a big tree over once and we are all very cautious about that now, MOL!
Tonks sure is learning the fine art of tree climbing and she doesn't even have to go outside for the "tree experience" !
Hugs, Pam and Teddy too
Good for you Tonks getting up in the tree. That is exactly why we are not having a tree since we know our Pumpkin boy would make short work of it.Have a great day.
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