McLaren here again, and today I’m going to give you lots of photos to enjoy because yesterday was my first gotcha day. The photos below go from September 2017 to September 2018 and give you a little idea of the things I have been up to during the year.
One of the first photos of Laser and I together. Look at my skinny little legs and my tiny face.
I slept a lot when I was tiny. Well I sleep a lot now, but I slept in funny positions back then too.
The first time Laser and I snuggled.
I told you I could sleep anywhere back then.
I discovered a yoghurt pot…
I spent a lot of November sniffing for more yoghurt pots…
Soon learned where the yoghurt came from.
Back then, I still napped with my adoption blanket too. It smelled like my siblings.
Sliding off Mummy’s leg while I napped. December is good because Mummy wears fluffy onesies that are snuggly to nap on.
Face Timing with Nanna and Grandad on New Years Eve.
I discovered that if I climbed onto the litter tray, I could get into the fridge. The litter tray has been moved now.
Keeping warm with Laser. I love my big sister.
Playing fetch. It’s still my favourite game.
I wonder what I was dreaming about.
Helping Mummy knit is hard.
Hey look! My nametag!
Mummy got this really fluffy stuff in a food parcel. It was my bedding until I tore it to shreds.
I really am lots bigger than when I was first gotcha-ed. I almost fill the bath!
I did not like the great outdoors. If Mummy opens the door, I run and hide in case the outside comes in.
Mummy was sick this month and off work. Here I am keeping her company as she rested on the way up the stairs.
Waiting for someone to knock on the door so I can run away and hide.
Watching the world cup football with Mummy and Grandad. Everything was upside down!
Mummy says this photo is perfect. I think Laser should be happier though.
Mummy says I look like a regal, handsome Prince. That’s because I am.
My first time sleeping in the basket. I’ve never slept there since.
Here I am, still snoozing today!
I had a fun year, and can’t wait for another. Can you remember all the exciting things you’ve done in the past year?