Ain’t he cute! Looks like he has eyes.
He's happy, smiling, having a great time.
He’s adorable and his eyes are sharp.
He has something on his head – it’s a lot.
He’s smiling away.
I see he’s going away.
That’s why they have him in that big sacking bag.
He’s happy enough.
Anybody helped him.
How will they carry him around?
He looks like he likes to be doing things.
He’s happy to be carried in that bag.
It’s a boy and he’s a honey-bunny!
We’ll call him my little son.
Somebody’s caring for him – they probably fuss over him.
That would be good if he had a mom and a dad.
He has two little sisters – he left them at home.
There’s something broken on top of him – I could pick him up and take him home!
He likes people.
He’ll be a sharp little boy.
He’s feeling nice and warm.
He's going to his grandma’s, close by – she’ll take good care of him.
The way he looks, it's maybe spring.
He’s nice and warm in that bag. I’d take him right now and sit him on my lap! He’d be happy there.
He looks very healthy but I don’t know how old he is.
He’s just a kid.
He's ready to go to bed, to be where he wants to be.