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Pets around the house.
Maybe maybe maybe a Devon Rex are joining our
family this spring. Me and the kids hope so.


Congratulations Ulrika, you won the giveaway from Eddy & Edwina!



The Sailor & Pekka book and one of my boards arraived to Japan
Didin't know that there was japanese Sailor & Pekka versions.





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37 comments:

Melissa Blake said...

how cute!! xoxo

Esti said...

I love your pets. You seem to have really cool stuff lying around your house all the time :)

HELLO TIGER! said...

Devons är de bästa!

Sathya said...

I hope so too :)

three critters said...

that bear is absolutely adorable

when skies are grey said...

I love Devon Rexs!! We wondered into a cat show, many years ago and saw them there-so cool looking. I didn't use to be a cat lover, but they are the easiest, coolest pets...you guys will love it :)
(p.s. do you know how you litter box train them? you show them were it is, done.)

Olly said...

hehe what a funny little collection of things! Xx

lisen said...

hamsterdjuret!! :D

Madeleine said...

Amazing pictures! Great :)

Milady Productions said...

oh my! now THAT is an interesting pet! i think it is from another world! i hope you get one too!

Ida said...

åh ja! min syster har en cornish rex...bästa katten jag nånsin träffat. men passa gnagaren då :)

A Day That is Dessert said...

You are just so good Elisabeth :)

caramela said...

Sweet pets!
Annamaria :)

candycane said...

i have a cornish rex and she is the most amazing creature i've ever had. they have wonderful, loving personalities. hope you get one!

http://www.reallifeiselsewhere.blogspot.com

cheryl cambras said...

i love your pets! the little frog skins are adorable.

Fine Little Day said...

So you say that the Devon Rex race is good, sounds great. We are reading every thing we find about it now.

mathilda said...

oh I like so much the velvet frogs!!!

teddybearswednesday said...

CUte!!!!!

G Ü - N O N G said...

i like the bear's red lip :D

Lovely World said...

Those are some funny-looking "pets!" The cat looks great. Hope you get one. I've only had shelter or barn cats.

em said...

va gulliga. särskilt sista lirar'n!

vilket crew ni har ändå, men hoppas ni får påfyllning... :)

watsonrodrig said...

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Jane O Sullivan said...

pets around the house !! ...I like it

reminds me of the time I got into trouble (well one of the times) for cutting little oblongs out of the fur cape in the dressing up box at school ...to make them into pets for my friends ;)

ps. I may have a few left if any one wants one (hee hee)

la casita said...

meaow, what a beautiful cat ^-^
love the furry thing on the third pic

eilen tänään huomenna said...

I enjoy your lively blog. Amusing to see your unique, fresh and even rough ideas!

Stéphanie said...

That's so lovely !

mieke willems said...

nice post! hope you'll have the cat!

Bichos da Matos said...

Love the frogs, and the last one, is it an hamster?? Hope you get the cat even though I think they're a bit strange, but, hey, I'm dog lover, anyway! Have a good week:)

Fine Little Day said...

Bichos da Matos, maybe a mole?

Jenea said...

All my congratulations for Ulrika! You are really very lucky!!! ;)

cerealjoe said...

That third photo is so cute! I want one!

Karins fotoblogg said...

men hur söt var inte den sista?!

sara said...

å devon precis det inomhusdjur jag kan tänka mig. mellan hund och katt. vill ha varmt och sitta nära. inte mycket hår. ja den har allt och öronen!!!!!lyckkoss. annars gillar jag höns men lite svårt i stan:)

Milady Productions said...

Once the you get the "cat" Otto's pets will be in danger!!

elaina said...

oh goodness, that's exciting! i have a devon and he really is the best. they are such magical little creatures, really lovely personalities. good luck!

elaina said...
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elaina said...

i couldn't resist, here is a picture of my little guy. maybe it will convince you! ;)

http://covetry.blogspot.com/2009/09/end-of-summer.html