Thursday, January 9, 2014

Storytime With Aflac


Aflac is a really good house duck. Not only does she let everyone love on her, but she loves listening to stories. Especially when Mary gets a book and sits down next to her.


What's funny is it actually looks like she is trying to look at the pictures too!


Aflac will actually sit down and listen to Mary read to her for as long as Mary does it. I personally think the duck is spoiled and likes bedtime stories...


But at the end of the day, Aflac just loves to get lots of hugs.


25 comments:

  1. That last picture of her hugging the duck just makes my heart melt! True love!

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  2. This is so cute. I think it's hilarious that you have a pet duck because you're the first person I've ever known to have one. But, I knew someone with a pet skunk, so she has you beat in the unusual pet department I'm afraid :)

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  3. What a cutie pie. We love our ducks too although they stay outside.

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  4. Katherine, I'm LOVING the blog makeover - it's getting really clean and I love it! Aflac is a sweetheart, and you're right, he does look spoiled with being read to. He can visit my house anytime!

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  5. You have an actual duck! For some reason i thought this was a brand post and you added in the duck digitally! I love that you named it Aflac!

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  6. thats the craziest thing I've ever seen. I didn't know ducks could be house pets :)

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  7. The picture of her hugging the duck is priceless. I had a pet duck when I was a little girl, too.

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  8. Okay, is that duck really real??? How darling - I want one. Does it poop in the house??? Have a great day!

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  9. These pictures are so precious! How cute!

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  10. It took me about five minutes before I realized that duck was real. How cool! My daughter loves ducks and would love a house duck. It looks like your daughter has bonded with Aflac. So sweet!

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  11. Those are such touching pictures.

    Can I ask how he tells you he has to poop? Or does he have a litter box?

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  12. how adorable!! we have a stuffed aflac

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  13. Wait, you have a duck actually named Aflac?! That is awesome. It really does look like the duck is trying to read along!

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  14. To answer everyone's question: Ducks don't have the muscle to be able to hold their restroom activity so they just go wherever. In order to have her in the house, she wears a specially made duck diaper that I change like a baby.

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  15. It's crazy adorable that you have a house duck. And that it reads books with your daughter. Photo ops galore!!

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  16. OMG, you have a real duck living with you?! I thought it was a stuffed toy!!

    What's it like caring for a duck?

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  17. I really thought this post was not going to contain pictures of an actual duck. How cute!

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  18. Awwwww that's so sweet. that picture of her hugging her is so adorable.

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  19. I had no idea ducks liked companionship this much (or story books)! Mary has a wonderful pet!

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  20. I think that it is so cool that you have an indoor duck pet! I used to have plenty of ducks, and geese growing up!

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  21. That last picture just warms my heart. I never would have dreamed a duck would be such a good pet.

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  22. I love the picture of your daughter hugging the duck. We take our kids to feed the ducks at the river. I hand feed them but no way I would ever hug them. It would be neat to have a pet duck though that you could hug.

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  23. That last pic is so cute! I'd never have thought to get a duck as a pet!

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  24. Oh my gosh, at first I couldn't even decide if this was real! lol We have always had ducks but they were outside.

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  25. I don't think I could have a duck in the house. I can barely stand a hamster and it's in a cage. lol

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