Now I know why your box is almost empty!Goooooo shopping!Kisses and hugsLorenza
Great video!Mom says thank fur the great tune too!Hugz&Khysses,Khyra
Oooooo, our bucket is full of toys but yes, they do die and disappear, genetic fault...
Looks like you two had better be good and get your letters in to Santa. That basket needs a top up.We love that game.XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella
It's time for more toys!!!Love,Teddy Bear
OOPS! Time for new toys! We hope you get to go along too and pick out all the best ones!Love ya lots,Maggie and Mitch
We think it's time to book it to the closest petstore!!!!!!!!!! Lots of slobber,Droopy and CallieP.S. We have not met a Airedale named Sophie! We only go to our dog park on the weekends so it's possible we go to the same park but have just never bumped into her! We do have two cousin Airedales who live in Mississippi!
Woof! Woof! Oh! Oh! LOVE the music on your video. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar
Oh, the treasures that would come up if you could dredge your pond! Wyatt wants to go toy shopping, but that's a pretty big basket so it could get expensive! That music is so fitting for your video - cute!
How come you pull your toys a part and have not touched the basket? I just love chewing on basketsSee Yea George xxx
That happens a lot around here too. Send a 2-legged back to the store time!
Ciao bello Wyatt!Grazie mille for stopping by my bloggie, mio nuovo amico! It is fantastico to meet you, and I so love your gardening stories! I, Lucia, fully understand the empty toy basket syndrome, as well as the disintegrating toy basket syndrome, in which one munches on the toy basket until -- poof! -- it goes away!! Heeeeeee!!!!! If new toys don't appear in your house soon, my sage (mmmmmmmm sage) advice to you is to just go right ahead and chew up the toy basket!! It can be very stress-relieving and therapeutic, believe me. (Giggle!!!)Tanti baci!Lucia
Oh dear Wyatt, you need new toys ... and soon!NibblesNelly x