New Boy in Town !
Okay, the title is way..... err, whatever.

A new family member in town !
WOOHOO !

TheSis delivered her baby boy last week safe and sound.

HAHAHAH ! WTF !
Just kidding, lol.
Yes, lame.

Here's the real deal.
One, Joshua.
Two, Collie.
Three, I SUPER love dogs !

Let's make sentences, people.
Joshua brought his dog, a collie for lodging.
It's SUPER cute and OH-EM-GEE-ness is all over him.
I SUPER love him ! (The dog, I mean.)

Pictures !



This is Prince.
He's very friendly and he loves licking people.
♥ ♥
Prince's a lassie (I think ?) collie.

A collie is a distinctive type of herding dog, ultimately originating in Britain, especially in the upland areas of the north and west. It is a medium-sized, fairly lightly-built dog with a pointed snout, and many types have a distinctive white pattern over the shoulders. Collies are very active and agile, and most types have a very strong herding instinct. The collie type has spread through many parts of the world (especially Australia and North America) and has diversified into many landraces and breeds, sometimes with mixture from other dog types. Some of the collie types have remained as working dogs, used for herding cattle, sheep and other livestock, while others are kept as pets, show dogs or for dog sports, in which they display great agility, stamina and trainability.
Lassie is a fictional collie dog character and a stage name for several dog actors. The fictional character was created by Eric Knight in a short story expanded to novel length called Lassie Come-Home. Published in 1940, the novel was filmed by MGM in 1943 as Lassie Come Home with a talented dog named Pal playing Lassie. Pal then appeared with the stage name "Lassie" in six other MGM feature films through 1951. Pal's owner and trainer Rudd Weatherwax then acquired the Lassie name and trademark from MGM and appeared with Pal (as "Lassie") at rodeos, fairs, and similar events across America in the early 1950s. In 1954, the long running, Emmy winning television series Lassie debuted, and, over the next 19 years, a succession of Pal's descendants appeared on the series. The "Lassie" character has appeared in radio, television, film, toys, comic books, animated series, juvenile novels, and other media. Pal's descendants continue to play Lassie today.


Mummy offered to pay one third to take care of this baby for three days.
Which means....... poo, pee, food, water, walks..... YUP, totally all my job.
At least, Prince is ubertreiben full of cuteness. Hahah.

**Correction : Mum read the post and she said, " One third ?! I'm giving you all okay ! "

YAY !
:D


Period.
xo
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