By the storytellers of Havenwood Heritage Heights
It's a baby, but it doesn't talk to us.
"Look what my mum bought at the store!"
I don't think it knows how to do some things.
Cutie pie - it's cute.
He looks very sly, he's got something on his mind (it's a secret!).
His hands are gonna accomplish a lot.
Peter the sweetie pie - he's 10 months.
The stork brought him - his mother bought him at the store. She put him in the bag and bought him.
"If you only knew what I knew."
Peter likes to play hide and seek: he gets down in the bag when he hides then he pops up.
He likes to eat, make people laugh.
Peter comes from kind of a wealthy family - his mother has good taste buying a real leather bag: they're expensive.
"But I'm worth it!"
He likes to watch the goldfish.
Peter's gonna be an only child - he doesn't look like he could share, share the limelight.
First, he took his clothes off.
He just got out of the bathtub, they dried him.
When he grows up he'll be an actor.
He wants to fly airplanes.
He'd like to be a doctor and carry a bag like that.
His mother loves him.
He's waving goodbye to her - his mother's flying an airplane, that's why he wants to be a pilot.
"Enough already, let's get on with the show!"
Next, Peter would give everybody ice cream.
He'd get into the food and have a party.
His grandma's there and she lets him get away with it, she encourages it.
His grandmother let everyone who was at the party ride around in the airplane.
Mom comes back and says, "You didn't invite me?"
"Who's gonna clean up this mess?"
Next, it's naptime.
He's really smug.
"I look just like my daddy so you know how I'm gonna grow up."
Peter's dad's an engineer: he's at work today.
His dad is used to the parties.
Next, they go home so they're not with the grandma and the three of them are just one happy family.