The baby squirrels have learned to nap in a hammock. Can you guess how many of the babies are huddled together? (answer at bottom)
At first Baby Ruth was shy and would have been sulking in the corner. Here she’s at the bottom of the pile. I do hear some grumbling from the pile. It’s not always Ruth crying; it’s usually just that Alvin is roughhousing with his sisters. They have all gotten the hang of the hammock, which I just put up today.
Alvin eats breakfast in bed.
Baby Ruth and Benji thinking: why is there not a nipple attached to that camera?
Baby Ruth experiments with almonds.
Meanwhile, in the fortress of solitude on the other side of the room, Mickey is making some serious progress. For the last couple days she’s eaten nuts. That means she’s feeling more comfortable with her teeth. She still can’t crack nuts–let’s not get carried away. But once I open them for her, she eats them. I hope this means she’ll be able to go back home soon, though I will miss her.
Answer: All four.