The babies teeth are now very sharp indeed and I think they've been sharpening them on the feet of all the visitors and boy, have there been a lot of visitors. I heard Liz saying something about calling RentaKid because since then it seems to have been wall to wall children but that's cool and I'll tell you why. Today Liz organised an indoor picnic and she made egg sandwiches cut into nice little squares and when she went to check the babies I decided to quality control them and after half a dozen I declared them good enough to serve to guests. When they came they brought so much food with them that we were banished to the other end of the house whilst they all quite frankly stuffed themselves silly on homemade cakes and half of Tesco. Liz has such lovely friends. The kids I mentioned then took all us dogs on a tour of the woods (although I think we were showing them the way) whilst the grown-ups started eating all over again.
A good thing has happened, well two really, the first is that I seem to be off the hook when it comes to cleaning up the poo - yesssss. The other is that I seem to have a new best friend. Now you are never going to believe this, but it's 'the blonde'. I mean she's very London, all "yah yah yah" but actually when I got to know her better she's actually really nice and pretty good fun. Even better, she sometimes feeds my babies! If I act busy doing other stuff, she sometimes stands there and lets my babies feed from her. I mean, they have teeth! Sharp teeth! I said she was nice, I didn't say she was bright. Mind you, she taught me how to use the catflap (she just pops through it - I have to push a bit and go slightly onto my side and push like hell with my back legs whilst writhing like a snake trying to make it look equally as effortless - I'm so glad that Roope can't see me) - it's a neat trick. Now we go outside whenever we like which is usually when Liz doesn't want us too - that's quite a fun game if I'm honest. Shame it always seems to be raining.