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Bonjour Pierre!

If you saw my post last night... You know that Monsieur Pierre finally made it to Chez Sparkle! I had a stuffed bunny for a lovey when I was little, so I wanted to pass along that tradition to my little Peanut. I was super excited to see how she liked him!


Pierre the Bunny
So excited to meet his new friend!

Peanut & Pierre
Hey fuzzball, this is my lamb chair! OUT!

Peanut is an only child, and very likely to stay that way. We're trying really hard not to spoil her... but have you seen her? Almost 5 months old, and so hard to say no to those ah-dorable little eyes. She's declared the lamby chair to be hers and hers alone... (We're still working on that whole sharing thing!)


Peanut & Pierre
Oh... Fuzzball is for me?

Peanut & Pierre
...to play with? Gee. Thanks... I think.

Have to give her the benefit of the doubt... Measuring in at 18 inches tall, Pierre is only 6 inches shorter than Peanut. This is by far the biggest toy she's ever been given, so she wasn't quite sure what to make of him.


His head is SQUISHY!

Let me taste his arm.

Om nom nom...

Eat the satchel?

Peanut tastes everything. Everything I tell you. It's how she tests things.  Luckily, Pierre must've tasted pretty good, because he passed her initial inspection! 

Pierre's first hug. <3

Smushy Hug.

Nuzzle.

Don't tell Mommy! I'm making stinkers...

Relaxing in Peanut's Lamb Chair

Mine.

I think it's safe to say that these two have become fast friends. It might be a little while before Pierre is able to join Peanut in her crib, but for now, he's happy to watch over her from the nightstand!

On a side note, Peanut has mastered rolling from her back to her belly. Unfortunately, she hasn't figured out how to roll back onto her back from her belly. She's constantly rolling over onto her belly, sometimes being a little turtle, other times nuzzling the ground with her nose.  Last night was the first night she didn't wake me up with all sorts of flailing noises. I'm hoping it's a trend that lasts!

Did you have a favorite lovey/stuffy when you were little?


Peanut & Pierre
See ya next time! 

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