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As you can see smudge is sleeping it off the teddy bears picnic really tuckered kids cats and bears out, never mind soon be back to normal.

Jessica and Daniel mommy and baby Jacob put there feet up and watched Hannah Montana for the 100th time on the big screen, the picnic food really went well especially the strawberries and dream topping, I did them hambugers and hot dogs only the small ones from Tesco's which they really enjoyed, jelly cakes salad ham and fruit were all eaten so it must have been ok.

Jacob is 2 weeks old today not up to hamburgers and hot dogs yet but it will not be long before he can join us at the next teddy bears picnic love to all Granpa

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Comment by Marcia Skidmore on November 30, 2009 at 4:14pm
I thought we had the only Teddy Bear Picnic in town! How great! We have an annual Teddy Bear Picnic at Christmas for all the grandchildren. Christmas cookies and frankly anything that goes in a stocking is fair game (apples, oranges, nuts, cookies). I'll have to post my pictures. It will be lonely this year without our ferret, Fudgie who passed this summer. So I loved the kitty picture.Smudge and Fudgie were too similar - made me smile. Thanks for the post.


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