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Yesterday, Ducky and the gang made a batch of practice cookies for the big guy next week. Afterwards, Ducky suggested they also practice placing the cookies out on the table. Pembleton thought this was strange, but went along with Ducky’s idea anyways.

Later that night, Pembleton and the little guys heard a strange noise coming from the living room. “Ducky do you hear that?” Pembleton asked. But Ducky was no where to be found. “Ted, Blizzard, let’s go investigate!” Pembleton suggested. They quietly crept in to the living room, where they thought they saw Jolly Ol’ Saint Nick munching on the cookies, but when looking closer, it was just a Jolly Ol’ Ducky.

“HOW COULD YOU DUCKY!” Ted cried. “Those were for Santa.”

“Umm…” Ducky mumbled. “I’m not Ducky,” he replied in a deep voice, “I’m Santa’s cousin, Bob. I help with the cookies.”

“You know lying will get you put on the naughty list!” said Blizzard.

“Fine! It’s me, Ducky. But I didn’t want these cookies to go to waste and by next week they will be hard as a rock!”

“Why don’t we eat the cookies together?” Pembleton suggested.

“Great idea!” Ted and Blizzard cheered as they joined Ducky around the cookie plate.

Caught Red Handed!

Caught Red Handed!

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Today Pembleton had to make a tough decision. He went into the kitchen for a cookie and found that there was only one left. He held the cookie in his wings and thought about whether he should eat it by himself or share it with Ducky.

Suddenly a chubby angel and a chubby devil appeared on his shoulders. The devil said, “Quick, Eat the cookie before anyone sees you!”, but the angel said, “No! Share the cookie with Ducky. Wouldn’t he do the same for you?” The devil said, “No he wouldn’t!”.

Pembleton looked at the angel, then the devil, and then back at the cookie. Then he went and shared the cookie with Ted and Blizzard.

"To share or not to share, that is the question!"

“To share or not to share, that is the question!”

Ducky and the Gang are so excited about the holidays. They can’t wait for Santa to come, for the cookies, and merry making.  With only 13 more days til Christmas,  they can hardly stand it!

At school, Ducky and the gang were busy decorating their Gingerbread Men Cookies! Penelope the Penguin worked very quickly making a pink skirt and using pink gumdrops for the eyes and buttons. Amanda Panda used purple gumdrops and icing for her cookie. She wanted to kept telling Ducky, Pembleton, and Penelope that her gingerbread woman was a fashion model.

Ducky’s gingerbread man turned out a little crazy. More frosting made it onto the table and into Ducky’s mouth than on his actual cookie. Mrs. Cottontail had to come over and warn Ducky to stop squirting the icing into his mouth. Pembleton took the longest time, because he was planning the perfect decorations. In fact, he only started laying down the first lines of icing after all the other kids were almost done.

When they were done decorating, Mrs. Cottontail passed out paper cups with milk and they ate their cookies, except for Pembleton, who ate his cookie five minutes after everyone else because he was still finishing his cookie decorations.

19 more days til Christmas!

Preschool animals decorate Christmas Cookies

“Ducky! Try to keep the icing on the cookie.”

At school Amanda Panda invited Pembleton and Ducky to a fancy tea party at her house. She also told them to dress nice. Ducky and Pembleton had other plans, but didn’t know how to tell Amanda no.

On their way home Ducky and Pembleton were wondering what they should wear. Then Ducky remembered they had brand new suits at home. They went home and dropped off their book bags and lunch boxes. They quickly got dressed. As they were admiring themselves in the mirror, Ducky asked “How do I look?”

“Pretty spiffy,” Pembleton responded. “How do I look?”

“Awesome! Now lets go before we get in trouble. You know Amanda doesn’t like us to be late.” Ducky said as he grabbed his war hammer and was out the door.

When they got to the party, Amanda Panda and Penelope the Penguin, were setting up the tea party with tea and cookies on the table. Then with one look at the two boys, Amanda Panda began to fill with anger.

“What are you two wearing? I told you to dress nice! This is a fancy tea party!”

“What are you talking about?” Ducky asked. “We are wearing the fanciest suits we own.”

“Do you know how hard it is to get authentic Captain American and Thor costumes? These are collectables!” Pembleton replied.

Amanda Panda huffed and ate a cookie, while Penelope just smiled and said “I think you make a good Captain American, Pembleton. But Ducky, that wig is crazy.”

After enjoying her cookie Amanda Panda cooled off, but demanded Ducky not put his war hammer on the table.

“What do you think you are wearing?”

Today is a special day at school. It is “Sharing Day” and everyone is bringing something to share with the class. Ted and Blizzard are bringing their favorite Pumpkin Snickerdoodle cookies to share. Pembleton is sharing his ant colony he has been raising and Ducky is sharing his blog with the class. He wants to share his stories and pictures from his adventures with the other students. He even brought a book of his stories to give to his teacher, Mrs. Cottontail, to add to their story time collection.

If you had a Sharing Day at school, what would you like to share with your fellow classmates?

Remember any day is a good day to share Ducky’s blog with family or friends. Who wouldn’t enjoy fun & exciting stories about little animals doing big things?

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Fall is one of Ducky’s favorite times of year. He likes the fall leaves, especially the orange and yellow ones. He likes dressing up in costumes and getting free candy. But his favorite part of fall are the desserts! His favorite cookies are Pumpkin spiced and iced cookies by Libby’s and his favorite pie is- you guessed it, Pumpkin Pie!

Ducky and Pembleton enjoying Pumpkin Pie!

Ducky was rummaging through his old toy box, when he found his sheriff’s costume (badge and all). After making sure everything fit, he started his patrol. While making his rounds, he noticed something was different in the kitchen. He pushed a step stool to the counter, hopped up, and noticed there were NO COOKIES in the cookie jar!

Ducky was so upset. He was on a mission to find the culprit. First, he suspected the Lambs. But they only like ginger snaps and these were chocolate chip. Then he questioned Bear and Appa, but they had not been in the kitchen since dinner. Last, but not least, Ducky interrogated Pembleton.  While giving Pembleton the third degree, Pembleton picked a crumb off of Ducky’s chest feathers and gave him the stink eye. “Excuse me Ducky, but I believe you were the last to eat the cookies. These crumbs are evidence.”

“Umm..Umm… No I didn’t.” Ducky said slowly backing away.

“Yes, you did! The lil’ guys even saw you!” Pembleton accused. “I’m going to need your badge and cap guns, and you’re in time out until the parents get home.”

Ducky stomped his boots and fired off his pop guns into the air yelling “I’m not going to time out and you can’t make me.”

But with one super look, Ducky knew Pembleton was serious. Ducky sadly handed his badge and guns over to Pembleton and marched to time out, pouting along the way.

“You can’t make me go to time out!”

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Late last night, Ducky was hungry. He was craving COOKIES. He walked in to the kitchen and saw that the cookie jar was too high. What was he going to do? He thought about it for a minute, and then decided to wake up the Lambs. The Lambs were grumpy from waking up, but Ducky said there was an emergency in the kitchen that needed their attention. Once they got to the kitchen Ducky pointed to the cookie jar. “It’s too high for me. I need a boost, “he told them. Even though the Lambs were angry, they gave him a boost and Ducky got his cookie.

The Lambs stood there in shock as Ducky hopped off the counter and walked out of the kitchen without sharing or saying thank you. As they went back to bed, Mrs. Lamb told Mr. Lamb, “We need a vacation, SOON.”

“Just a little higher.”

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