Sunshine takes Amy to the bus stop to send her off to school. A sendoff like that fills Amy with courage and hope to face the challenges of the school day. Of course, Amy knows that Sunshine will be waiting to welcome her home from school and help her with her homework. He’s especially good at math.
Amy has been sick and home from school. A heating pad helped calm and comfort her tummy. And Sunshine was happy to hang out on that heat, adding his comforting presence to her convalescence.
When Amy was sick and had to stay home from school, Sunshine kept her company: a quiet, steady, nonjudgmental, comforting (dare I say, loving?) friend. Sunshine helped her through it.
Sunshine is two years old already. He and Amy quickly became BFFs: best friends forever. So glad Amy found her Sunshine.
PS. Such cute little toesies!
Let’s make a book on the Waldo model: Where’s Sunshine? Or the Sesame Street jingle: “One of these things is not like the other”! Sunshine fits right in with all of Amy’s cute friends, except that Sunshine is the cutest and best of them all. Such a cute face!
Sunshine helped Amy plant the fall flower garden. The late-September daytime temperature has hovered at around 90 degrees. The plants will thrive in the warm weather winter. Thanks for your help, Sunshine.
Amy decided Sunshine needed a roommate. Meet Little Dino. So far, neither has torn the other limb from limb: they’re off to a good start. I am thinking they will be fast friends, despite the occasional misunderstanding.
Sunshine is so pretty in pink. All that color! I just know he’s smiling under that thorny exterior.
Amy is all dressed up and ready to go to church.
One last snuggle with Sunshine before leaving.
Dear Amy. I know I am thorny and spiny, but you love me anyway. You make me soft pink things. I love my new pillow and blanket–they are perfect! Thank you! Je t’adore! Love, Sunshine.
After that wonderful bath, my new pillow and comforter feel divine. Thanks for sewing them for me, Amy. You’re the best.
Sunshine is enjoying a warm bath with his new bath buddy. Ducky was a little worried at first to be swimming with a thorny-headed bearded dragon. But now they get along famously.
When Amy reads , Sunshine is all in, especially when the book is about his reptile cousins.
They are both enjoying Lyle, Lyle the Crocodile.