The son is eating the cookies, which are the dog’s food. The dog is shocked because the dog wants to eat cookies.
But then the little boy says “Nuh-uh, not me”. The dog says, “What do you think you’re doing?”
The boy’s parents are asleep at home; they don’t know what’s happening. The boy is smart enough to take lid off. They could be in the backyard, living room, or the kitchen. The son is very cute, his name is Robin. And his dog is named Champ, which is a good name.
The boy is on the floor because he’s hiding and Champ found him. The boy is having a feast on the floor and the knee of his pants is torn because he fell down while playing with dog. The dog is too wild with Robin. Robin is drinking coke, eating cookies to keep him out of the way.
Both Robin and Champ want cookies- they were trying to see who gave in first. The dog is very sweet, has a nice face, but when Robin saw the dog he was scared.
Champ is thinking that he’s hungry for cookies but he’s protective of Robin. Champ is thinking, “Why won’t Robin won’t give him a cookie?”
The cookies are from the kitchen – the cookies are supposed to be taken somewhere- but now they are somewhere! The little boy is older than five years and the cookies are from Butter Company. He’s a good boy but he can be mischievous. Robin has big brown eyes and he’s the type of boy who comes over with a smile and everyone says, “He’s so cute”, and he’s able to work the room.
Champ is afraid because the boy is going to tell his father that he wanted the cookies. The mother took the picture. Robin doesn’t have any siblings anymore.
Robin’s growing up, he’s ready to say, “I can do this.” When he grows up, he’s going to be cautious of what he’s going to steal but who can tell? He could also become a vet. Champ and Robin are bff’s, Robin cares for him- dog is smiling.
Champ says, “Are you eating my jelly?” Robin says in return, “I can’t tell you right now I have my thumb in my mouth.”
Robin’s family let Robin go anywhere into the house. Champ pushed Robin down when Robin walked in, Champ followed.
Champ says, “Are you going to get some jam?”
Robin says, “Oh I’m going to be in trouble but Champ says in return “Are you going to give me a cookie?”
Robin is going to give cookies to Champ. But dogs aren’t supposed to eat cookies because they’re not good for them, but that’s not going to stop him! Champ is smiling.
Robin says “I’ve done something bad.” The bowl is really impressive. After eating the cookies, they’re going to go down, lie down and watch TV. Robin’s going to leave the cookies in a big mess after he’s done. Robin surprised Champ because he stuck his nose into the kitchen-Champ is allowed! Oh indeed! “Woof, Woof you got my cookie!”
Mother gets home and Champ says “Robin, you better get me a cookie.”
That’s the end of that! Its just something boys do- stealing cookies, making messes! All boys do it. When Mother comes home and finds Robin eating cookies, he’s still sitting comfortably, Happily Ever After! It’s time to take the puppy dog out of course Robin needs to wash his hands and face and not cry. Robin says, “I’m in trouble, I ate a cookie!” Champ is just watching him. The boy gets caught.
Storytellers: John, Lillian, Luther, Art, Joan, and Bobbie