Tuesday, May 26, 2009


Hi everyone! As promised, here are the little froglets! This time, I didn't try to drink the water. ;) They are definitely growing....some have both front and back legs now, some still just have back legs, and others are still legless. :) They are ALL very cute though. The ones that have all their legs now are also changing color!!

This last picture is not the best but Mom wanted you to see it as it shows 3 of the frog babies at 3 different stages. :)

Hope you all had a great weekend! Mom and I will be around to visit soon but we were out of town and now she has to get ready for the Kindergarten end of the year celebration. She needs to put together a slideshow for it and she wants to finish it this morning. What a busy time of year!


Esther Garvi said...

OK Nala, so here's a tip. If those cute creatures are anything close to their bigger cousins the toads, then do not UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES try to eat them. I was very young when I put my first toad in my mouth. Mom has never seen be spit so much in my entire life, but it was OH SO DREADFUL! I'm happy their in water and not hopping around your food bowl. What are the kids going to do with them later on? Release them or keep them?

The Army of Four said...

Look at how COOL those little guys are!
Great post, Nala!
Play bows,

JD and Max said...

Hi Nala - what a great post! We love the photos - that first one of you looking at the frogletts is really cute! Your mom is a great photographer (but then she has you as her muse so how could she be anything else?!) Like Esther we'd like to know what's gonna happen to the lil' froggies too! Tail wags - JD and Max.

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

I think froglets look like fun!

Tank woo fur sharing them!

PeeEssWoo: I wonder if their leglets taste like khyttlets?

Ruby and Penny said...

Hi Nala
Thanks for sharing your froggies with us. They are very cute.
Love Ruby & Penny

The 'splorin' Wolfies said...

awwwww--how sweet! they must be fun to watch huh?

Room to Grow said...

Hi Nala - Miss you! Hope you are doing well and great job helping your mom with school. Your buddy, Thani

Rufus, Indie (and Anita) said...

They are amazing animals!
Were you fishing Nala? (hehe!)
Rufus and Indie

Ms. ~K said...

Our Rama is a retired teacher and loves looking at your Rama's classroom fun...brings back good memories!

Maggie and Mitch said...

We just came from Norwood's blog and he's into froggies too! And now we see that you are too, Nala!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

The OP Pack said...

The froglets are cute - do they taste like chicken?

Play bows, the OP Pack

Dennis the Vizsla said...

Guard those guys and keep them safe, Nala -- I hear they're in trouble out in the wild!

Honey the Great Dane said...

Oh Nala! First caterpillers and now froggies - you have the coolest blog!

I think I would be very scared of them, though - whenever my humans take me to our local petshop and try to walk me past the aquariums, I get all freaked out and cower away with my tail between my legs...I just don't know why those things are moving in the tanks and staring at me with huge globby eyes! :-)

Yeah - I'm interested too...what's going to happen to the froggies?

Honey the Great Dane

DCampy34 said...

wow what a educational post all our froggies are adult froggies - or baby baby once in the river - but the stages are very informative - good luck on the slideshow for year end.

Woodrow Sweetie MJ

Ludo van Doggy said...

Very cool little froglets!!
Thanks for sharing.
~lickies, Ludo

Paco....Milo and mom..Simona said...

Woowoowowooooo dear Nala!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
how are you????And your lovely mommy Amber?????Are all ok????
We missed you a lot during our holiday!!!!
sorry if we haven't visited you in the last days....but we have read your post each time you posted it.....
we saw your great walking with your mom and friends.....your new adventures knowing some strange creatures....the very very very difficult between apple or cheese..............Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm....CHEESE!!!!!!!!!!!!!We'll have choose cheese!!!!
And you look GORGEOUS in all your photos!!!!
We love you a lot dear friends and we're very very very very very sad can't know your humans this summer!!!!
Sigh sigh sigh!!!!
but you're in our hearts always!!!!!!!!!
Lots of love and kisses!!!!!!!

Pippa said...

You and Ari obviously have frogwatching in common. How clever you are.

Oh, I forgot to say the loud bang I heard when I escaped was fireworks to celebrate Barcelona winning some football championship or something.


Life With Dogs said...

How adorable, it's great to watch these greenies growing!

Kathryn and Ari said...

Hooray! We love these photos and have never seen froglets when they have tails AND legs. Thanks, guys. We'll have to check back in with our tadpoles and compare notes with you soon.

Selba said...

Hi Nala,

It's very interesting to see the froglets.

Adele, Vincent & Bella

daisydog said...

Nala, are you going to love them and keep them as pets?

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

You might not have drank the water, but did you eat some froglets? I'm not sure I could have resisted! Although, they really don't look tasty.


HawaiianDane said...

wow really cool pictures of the three stages of frogs! Very fun to watch them transform!

Allison (Dog Mom) said...

What cool pictures! Mommee is busy with the end of the year, too, and she's only a substitute!

We hope everything goes smoothly!

Gus and Waldo

dreameyce said...

Ooo! So cool!! RIBBIT!

Bell said...

frogs are so cool.. my mom said she and her brother would go get pollywogs from the creek and bring them to their moms pond. She didn't like when they turned into frogs and would pee on her, but she liked watching them...
Moms weird...

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