No, not the sort Mum sees after one too many Gin and Tonics!
This is MY pink Heffalump
An Elephant Hawk Moth
|(when he's not flapping his wings to warm up and escape from my teefs!)|
Now what did you expect from a moftie luffing Princess?
Oh I do wants to eats him!!!!!
This is the one that got away
Unlike the moftie I caught and scoffed at the weekend
Loves and licky kisses
He's gorgeous (and looks delicious). We were expecting a pink stuffie......so you tricked us.ReplyDelete
What a pretty moth! We would want to eat him too, Leah!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots♥
Mitch and Molly
That is very pretty! But I bet it would have tasted nice!ReplyDelete
That beats flying pigs... Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
With a strangle hold like they got on you there Princess it's no wonder he got away, aye?? I'm glad you got one on the weekend. He's so pretty. He sure looks like Princess food.ReplyDelete
Very pretty. He might have tasted yuckyReplyDelete
Love your eyes while you were trying to get that bug. Glad the Mom saved the bug. That is a pretty bug. Have a great day.ReplyDelete
OMD that is the most colorful bug i even seen.ReplyDelete
BabyBelle would totally eat that moth.ReplyDelete
Oh how pretty but we would totally eats him too BOL MOL ;)ReplyDelete
xoxo, Ginger, Matt & Matilda
he is a very pretty moth - don't think we have seen one that colorful beforeReplyDelete
OMD....He's purrrty! Oh, he's PINK. Must be a SHE!ReplyDelete
that's a big moth... are such big thingies common in your kingdom? i bet that's a princess moth, it's pink and it has something like a crown on his back...ReplyDelete
OMD Leah.... that Pretty Pink Moftie would make EXCELLENT Garnish fur a Pupachino...ReplyDelete
Great Dawg, Princess Leah...you REALLY want at that moth! Just look how they have to hold you back! BOL It is such pretty colors. Does that make them taste better?ReplyDelete
So cool. And it's not even mom seeing thingsReplyDelete
Lily & Edward
My goodness Leah that is a beautiful mothie...I've never seen a pink critter...well maybe a pink elephant in my dreams...You were ready to give it a taste too. You are a funny PrincessReplyDelete
Hugs madi your bfff
Oh what a pretty moftie he is!ReplyDelete
Guess what Princess Leah Maggie was barking at the corner of the crate and we could not figure out what she was barking at, there on the floor was a bright yellow big moth, we finks you sent it to us, mom picked it up carefully and put it outside....stella roseReplyDelete
Wow, what a beautiful moth! I didn't even know pretty ones like that existed in their country.ReplyDelete
Dip and Elliot x
Great pictures! You really did want that mothie! (It's very pretty!)ReplyDelete
How pretty is that moth! Mom took some pictures of buttie pillars when we were on our road trip, we thought of you!ReplyDelete
Mr Bailey, Hazel & mabel
Oh yes, that heffalump is just adorable. We would want to get a lick of it too, Leah!!!ReplyDelete
Woos - Ciara and Lightning
Haha, I would eat this moth too. How beautiful.ReplyDelete
I like your hairdo very much, little princess.
Kisses and hugs from your Casper.
Yum, I think he would taste like a sweet and sour sucker.ReplyDelete
Aroo to you,
YUMMERS!!!! That is one purty lookin' morsal Leah!!! I bets it tastes better than the one I ate last week..yucks!ReplyDelete
Moths are too bitter.ReplyDelete
I prefer my food without wings.
PeeEss - Mommy heard this song in Disneyland!
A Heffalump or Woozle is very confusel
The Heffalump or woosel is very sly
- sly - sly - sly
They come in ones and twoosels
but if they so choosels
before your eyes you'll see them multiply
- ply - ply - ply
I think it's a case for look don't touch. And certainly don't swallow.
Ewwww, you ate one? Did it taste like chicken?ReplyDelete
Murphy & Stanley
That was a pretty moftie. It was good that you didn't eat it.ReplyDelete
Wow, dat are one pretty moth!ReplyDelete
I have never seen one of those!ReplyDelete
WOW! That is the loveliest moth that I've ever seen. I'm glad that you let that one live.ReplyDelete
Tis the season for big fat moths! Ghostwriter said she must have hit ten of them while driving home from work last night. They are now big fat splats on the windshield. (Hopefully, they weren't the fancy kind like in your photos here.)ReplyDelete
That is so pretty!!! How did it taste? As good as the locusts I've been snagging!?!?ReplyDelete