Okay, now about my birthday celebration! I told Mom and Dad not to buy me any new toys because I know we have to be careful with money right now in case Mom looses more hours or completely. Mom made us some pupcakes and Mom and Dad played lots and lots of fetch with me all weekend so I was very happy even without new toys.
Mom let us help make the pupcakes by licking the beaters and the spoons. Licking the beaters was much cuter, but Mom says it's hard to hold 2 beaters for us and a camera at the same time so she didn't get a picture of us licking the beaters. I'm going to add comments to my pictures. My words will be in green and Sasha's will be in red.
mmmm, Mom you have to share this recipe with all my friends. These are way better than last year's pupcakes!!!!!
Are you sure they're still too warm to eat?
I am guarding the pupcakes so nothing happens to them.
Note from Mom: Kaos sat there the entire time watching the pupcakes after they came out of the oven. Her Grandma kept asking how she knew they were for her. The answer is, because she's a smart puppy!
These are what the pupcakes looked like. See how Mom made some tiny ones for Sasha and some big ones for me. The small ones are great for a quick snack for me, too. Mom says next time she'll probably make them all small. For the frosting I chose peanut butter. Notice there's no sprinkles or fancy decoration. That's because I didn't want to wait that long for them!!! It was torture enough waiting for them to cool. I'm going to make Mom post the recipe for all of you to try soon. The modifications she made to them this year will make you all drool a lot!!
Mom told Dad if he gave us the second pupcake and she had to smell our gas all night long, Dad and I had to go sleep in the shop. I held all my gas in until the next morning after Dad left for work and I was curled up on the couch watching Turbo Dogs with Mom (we love watching that cartoon!!!). When Dad got home and laughed because I had such bad gas, he didn't make the situation any better when he revealed to Mom he had given me one for breakfast, too. I was sure Dad and I were going to have to sleep in the shop Saturday night, but by bedtime Mom had forgiven or forgotten about it so we slept in our beds.