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This little Herbert took a post-bath nap with his toys yesterday... he is so cute!!

Linking up at Friday Smiles with Annie


  1. Awwwww what a bedraggled little bird he is after his budgie used to love his bath. Such a cutie.
    Annie x

  2. Oh yes, I suppose birds sleep standing up (or they'd fall off their perch). I just realized that. Doh! Sweet photo of Herbert.
    Have a good week(end),

  3. aw :) it doesn't seem comfortable but I suppose that's just what they do. great photo!

    1. Bizarrely he is happier on a flat surface than he is on perches. He does snuggle down or go on one leg when he has longer sleeps. Not managed to photograph that though, because he wakes when I pick up the camera!

    2. Bizarrely he is happier on a flat surface than he is on perches. He does snuggle down or go on one leg when he has longer sleeps. Not managed to photograph that though, because he wakes when I pick up the camera!

  4. Aaawwwhhh! Little cutie. I used to have a budgie, Dinky, when I was young and he used to bath in the kitchen sink with the cabbage leaves when my Mum was trying to wash them.
    Jo x

  5. Hi Laura, Think Herbert is doing his impression of the dishevelled look of Johnny Depp:)

    Hope you have a nice evening and a lovely weekend. Sue

  6. Herbert is absolutely gorgeous, love him to bits. Angela xXx

  7. Very cute, have a great weekend Laura, cheers Robyn

  8. He looks as though he could do with some of our sunshine to dry off in. But he is very cute. We used to love ours. When my boys were small, his favourite resting place was on the side of their playpen! Starange ideas they have. Kate x

  9. Awwwww. probably a bit tricky to blow dry him off!! LOL!
    I wonder if my girls would like a bath??


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