We've a very special xmas surprise...
Meet Mr Tweet.
He arrived Christmas Eve with a big white box with little windows up the top...
The house was instantly filled with VERY interesting smells and I could not help myself but hoover around the house and get my schnozzie as close as possible to the little mate and his box.
The story is that Auntie Ange has a hobby farm and needed somedoggie to baby sit the brood while they went away on holidays.
ME! I'll babysit the duck!
Mmmmhhhh, duckie, come here...I will take care of you...
Oh, you smell so good....I bet you are real tasty too...
Oops, did I say that?
Ehem, no, of course not, I wouldn't hurt the little fellah... noooooooo.....
Anyway, the agreement was that if the duckie got hurt, I would get hurt so I play the game...
So anyway, it was Christmas Day and #2 arrived...
Needless to say, we called him Jesus.
There was a whole bunch of noise coming out of the special white box and before we knew it more people started to hatch. No wonder they were calling so loud. Someone had locked them inside a bunch of stinky eggs and covered them in smelly goop so they couldn't move...
How cruel, I would scream and peck until they got me out of there, too...
I tell ya what: These little fellahs have been keeping me up ALL night, for quite a few nights in a row.
You should smell the smell...it's just sooooo good...How can you sleep with that in the next room?
So I am up ALL night and when I am up with a special project on my mind ( I am just too dedicated, can't help it), nobody in the house gets any sleep. That's just how it goes. Only fair...
Finally, we had seven Tweeties all up and apparently they require a bit of upkeep - and you thought Airedales did, tseh...
See the nice clean sheets they have in their crate there?
Well, it doesn't take seven duckies long to make a complete mess of it...
So out they come and get put into another box (let me help)...
...while the maid cleans up their mess (I'll watch the duckies)...
Then they have another feed and the whole process starts over again...
Anyway, we all fell in love with the duckies and will miss them terribly (luckily, the smell will linger a little bit longer) ...
Oh my what wonderful presents. Good thing that got to you in time for hatching. We know you'll take good care of them!ReplyDelete
They are so cute! You guys did a wonderful job taking care of them, it looks like a lot of work, but so rewarding watching all those babies.ReplyDelete
What a pawfect Chwissmuss pwesent bwand new baby duckies..I bet you make a pawfect duckie sittew.ReplyDelete
They awe adowable
Those are some fun little house guests! Stanzie would be a very bad bird sitter.....ReplyDelete
OMD! They are just adorable!!!ReplyDelete
Your pal, Pip
We love duckies!! What a wonderful Christmas surprise. We have one now that is will be 10 years old in the spring. And we have had two other ones in the past. We do anything just to hold one. Nothing better than a little ducky!!ReplyDelete
So, was that a starter kit fur dukhk fillet treats?ReplyDelete
Aren't they just sooooooo cute! Positively duckalicious!ReplyDelete
Big Nose Pokes
How adorable they are! We're so glad they didn't turn into snackies!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch
Oh my, now that is just too cute. They are adorable.ReplyDelete
Molly & Inky, D says please take care with those little duckies around.
We say nom nom nom....errrr only kidding.
Noah Willow Tess & Lucy
As messy and smelly as they were, Mom misses having ducks. Too cute!ReplyDelete
We don't think we'd have the patience that you have - one of those duckies would have been toast (or served with toast).ReplyDelete
Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Ruairi
Oh they are cute, how come they have gone! you didn't eat them did you!!!ReplyDelete
Pop by my bloggie, there's a post up about the gifts you sent me. Also I have something brewing!
See Yea George xxx
Duck sitting at Christmas ... that sounds like fun! And we sure the thought that they are tasty was just a fleeting one ...ReplyDelete
Wir wuenschen Euch einen Guten Rutsch ins Neue jahr!
Finni & Nelly
What great pet sitters you guys are, those ducks are prosh!ReplyDelete
Oh, sind die niedlich! Aber ich weiß nicht, ob ich sie so gut wie ihr beschützt hätte. Wenn Mama die ganze Zeit neben mir gestanden hätte, dann ja. Ich bin ein Barfhund und werde roh ernährt. Vielleicht.....nein, ich will das jetzt nicht schreiben.ReplyDelete
Ihr habt Euren Job gut gemacht!
Mischka und seine Nervensäge Hoover
Aww, so very precious! What a fun Christmas surprise for you Molly and Tess. They were very lucky to have you looking after them.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year!'
Oh, they are adorable! So glad you have that "deal" with your parents:-)ReplyDelete
We love that last photo of your nose!
Happy New Year to you all!
UMMM Birds....That would have been TOO exciting for me. Spaniels want to chase birds!!ReplyDelete
You guys showed great control with those duckies.
Sam aka SAMMY :o}
I just wanted to let you know that your package arrived safely! I absolutely LOVE my gifts - especially the squeaky ball. And thanks for the lovely cards for my mom! I am going to do a post tomorrow (Wednesday) with pictures of the gifts so be sure to stop by!
Your pal, PIp
Wow, those little guys are super cute! Good for you for taking such good care of them!ReplyDelete
Wow Molly this was quite a special Christmas gift for you. 7 ducky duddles to add noise and more animal love to your home! Are they all gone now??ReplyDelete
BabyRocketDog and Hootie
Wow, that's really cool. I haven't ever smelled a tweetie before but I smelled my friend the cat once and he smelled like chicken :)ReplyDelete
holy cow! you got to babysit the little duckies! what a totally lucky ducky you are! they are soooo cutesies!! and i know you would nevarrr evarrr want to eat them... ;)
the booker man
Oh dear. We are embarrassed to say we've been eating duck jerky for the past few weeks. And we LOVE it! And it smells really really good, too. We hope there is no relationship.ReplyDelete
Jake and Fergi