I’m so pleased that my first post of the new year is my new friend Ninja Bob. Ninja Bob is a special soul, a poor misguided child who whose mother named her with a boy’s name. An unnecessary introduction to gender confusion in my humble opinion. But seriously, what a cutie pie dog!
I now offically present the beautiful princess Ninja Bob and her gorgeous mother Nila!
Only animal people (you know who you are) can really understand this one…
And of course a few of Mom solo. Ninja Bob had to wait in the car with brother…she barked a few times, I think she was jealous that Mom was in front of the camera without her!
Brittany needed some updated shots for her portfolio, so we headed up to Folsom for a location shoot. Old town was a little crowded with last minute Christmas shoppers, so we headed over to Lake Natoma Inn to avoid all the people. The light was good and so was the scenery. We both laughed a lot and had a great time! It was nice to show the girl from Oakland all the charm that little Folsom has to offer!
My oldest will be 7 years old come Christmas Eve. Yes, he’s a Christmas Eve baby, my first and three weeks early I might add. Pretty cool Christmas present if you ask me. We always try to throw him a party as early in the month as possible to try and separate the celebration a little bit for him. This year we had Julie from Nature’s Critters as our entertainment. She’s just wonderful; I highly recommend her!
Here’s an excerpt from her site:
Nature’s Critters is an educational live animal presentation designed to help kids of all ages better understand and appreciate the world around them. Naturalist Julie Allen delivers important messages disguised as fun and interactive entertainment. The children will delight in meeting and touching live animals and seeing them through Julie’s eyes-as wonderful members of our living family. Six to eight animals will be at your child’s party and each animal friend is touchable by the children. Every child gets their own photo with their favorite animal and the photo is theirs to keep as a souvenir!
The theme was Transformers…
Julie is so great with the children…you can see how much fun they are having!
Mitchell’s favorite was the frog…he loves frogs!
Megan loves animals too..
Cousin Chloe wasn’t having anything to do with it!
Cory was the brave soul who handled the tarantula!
And of course the slideshow… Enjoy!!