Aloha Pudding pals!

I know it’s been a few weeks, Mum has been far to busy enjoying herself to take the time to write out my inner monologue. I have been telling her about all my concerns and general life questions but she has been turning the other cheek…

You probably heard it was Mother Dearests’ birthday last week – oh woohoo I hear you cry and I share your underwhelming enthusiasm or I would if it hadn’t been for the fact that I got to sample something amazing this week, I believe my grandmother called it chocolate… Read on Pudding fans I shall tell you more!

 Mum managed to drag her Birthday over a few days, according to Dad she always does this. I was disgusted to learn that on her Birthday she gets a lie in and then breakfast in bed, (let’s gloss over the fact that I get breakfast in her bed every morning) she also got cards and flowers. I notice nobody sent me a present just for being cute, it appears I am forgotten…

Then at the weekend we went over to the grandparents house in Shrewsbury. I love it there because it’s cuddles on tap and that naughty Mutti feeds me stuff when Mum isn’t looking. Pie loves it too and the Sausages think it’s ace to terrorise the local birds, cats and children.

Saturday we went to this cafe in town called The Birds Nest, Mum always raves about there sandwiches, so it was her choice to go there. I have to say it was pretty cool, amazing lights to look at, loads of people to smile at and a DJ too. The food did look great (Mum assures me her sandwich was epic) I tried to get a piece of cake off the cake stand but was busted at the last second.

 We then went back and got organised for a BBQ, I didn’t see much of this but apparently there was an intense boules competition after several glasses of wine, in which Daddy was crowned the champion. Not sure how this happened, sporting prowess is not one of the terms I would have used to describe my Dad…

Sunday was chilled kind of a day, I lazed about, getting cuddles at every opportunity and refusing to partake in any kind of tummy time or rolling activity. I am teething don’t you know? This required constant 1:1 attention and a lot of bonjela.

 But shut the door, I found a better teething cure! When Mum wasn’t looking I, me, yes me, I was given a load of chocolate icing to lick off Mutti’s finger… OMG why has this not been on the weaning radar before?? I was quite giddy with excitement and with all my squealing I drew Mum’s attention, that’s when she saw the chocolatey face…

Apparently me and Mutti are naughty, but I am starting to see why Pie loves going to see the grandparents so much! I am contemplating moving in, they don’t even think about offering me broccoli!

Love Pudding X

Cuddle Fairy

21 thoughts on “Party Pudding”

  1. I was actually born in Shrewsbury but lived in the neighbouring town Telford all my life. Shrewsbury is a lovely town and I do miss home back in the UK. Good to see you had a lovely time and happy belated birthday! #BloggerClubUK

    1. Thank you I did have a great weekend. I love Shrewsbury it really is a beautiful place and full of lovely boutique cafes and shops these days. But I imagine living in Denmark is an awesome adventure and the UK will always be here xx

  2. hahaha pudding I am so glad that you have been introduced to the wonders of cake icing just wait until you get to lick the bowl out. Best. Thing. Ever. It sounds like your mum had a fab birthday and you look super cute too 🙂 xx #bloggerclubuk

    1. Shhh don’t tell her about the bowl then Mummy will have to share it with her… I did have a fab birthday thanks, made all the better by my two lovely children being very excited for me x

    1. Those cheeks are a sing that she doesn’t need anymore icing ha ha ha. She looked so pleased with herself and her chocolatey face…. x

  3. Oh this is so brilliantly funny to read – I adore little pud’s inner monologue – she is fabulous! Love her take on weaning and on your birthday lie in – really made me giggle. Happy Birthday lovely #BloggerClubUK

    1. She is a total character, I love writing her posts because she really does look like these things go through her mind. She was a little minx about my lie in, such a mamas girl 🙂 x

  4. Oh God, look at those cheeks! I just want to give them a squeeze. I can’t imagine how exciting it must be to taste chocolate for the first time – the Popple hasn’t had the privilage yet! #ablogginggoodtime #triballove

    1. They are very squeezable! She is just a squidgable little cutie, mind you I might be a bit biased. Ah the Popple will love her first choc treat I am sure x

  5. Lol, grandparents are good for providing treats and that first taste of chocolate must be quite magical! Glad to hear that your mummy had a lovely birthday and love your pretty party dress little Pudding 🙂 #ablogginggoodtime

    1. What are grandparents for I guess? I don’t think the national weaning advice applies to them ha ha. It was such a cute dress, she as already grown out of it though (hardly surprising after her cake discovery) x

  6. Okay a couple of things… a) that food looked ay-mazing and b) look at little puddding!!!!! such a cutie pie!! Ha ha my mother gave Alyssa some buttercream as one of her first tastes – bloody grandparents!! No wonder she has a sweet tooth!

    Thanks for linking to #ablogginggoodtime #triballove

    1. Ah thank you – and I can def recommend the food if you are ever up that way. Those grandparents are so naughty, no rules at all. You can’t blame Alyssa for her cake love, she is the Mini Chief after all and we are a tribe built on cake x

  7. Love this! Such cute photos, Pudding should definitely get presents just for being cute! Glad mum had a good birthday
    Thanks for linking up to #BloggerClubUK 🙂

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