I am not sure that I like this being a big girl on kangaroo time. Everyone sits outside now in the late afternoon, so Josie can play in the back yard. I love being there but at about 5:30 I ask to leave the backyard. Mummy opens the gate and I very reluctantly leave down the path into the bush to do my kangaroo thingy. It makes me kinda sad that I am not Mummy's baby girl anymore and that I need to be a big kangaroo. I can hear that Mummy is sad as well when she says bye Sammie Jo, take care and see you in the morning baby girl. I really love my warm bottle in the morning at 6am and then I hang around the house for the rest of the day, playing with Josie and sleeping on the floor.
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I am so proud of my Mummies. They are finalists in the 2015 Telstra Business Awards. They are in 2 categories, which gives them two chances to win. I am too big now to go with them, so I am going to Auntie Pauline and Uncle Kev at Dreamers Dream Wildlife Rehabilitors. It will be nice to see them again (sshhhh Auntie Pauline gives me mangoes and shares her cup of tea with me) and hopefully the weather will be nice so I can play with Lilly. You can see how big I am now in this photo. It is really handy being so tall coz I can take things off the counter when Mummy isn't looking.