Baby Beluga in the deep blue sea...

By Holly - 5/02/2008 11:07:00 AM

Look it's my long lost twin! I am resembling a whale these days and for a little bit of light-hearted fun, I'm about to prove to you, how I have transformed into a whale.
Fact: Whales are mammals, so they feed their babies Milk. I will also be feeding my baby Milk.
Fact: Whales do not have gills, and cannot breathe under water. I do not have gills and cannot breathe under water.
Fact: All whales are very noisy. They moan, groan, squeak and sigh to talk to each other. I too moan, groan, squeak and sigh, just ask Ryan, especially when I'm trying to roll over in bed or get up from the couch.
Fact: A whale's blubber layer can be 1.5 feet wide. See previous posts for pictures of evidence.
Fact: Beluga whales can weigh up to 1.5 tons. I am not about to post my weight gain online, but you get the idea.
Also, Whales have flippers and if you have seen my feet recently, well you could tell I must have Whale cousins.
I hope you all have a whale of a time this weekend!
Holly & Co.

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