Children's story Rosie The Kittens First Adventure Outside by Angela Adame - Children's Stories Net

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  Rosie The Kittens First Adventure Outside
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Wow, I can't believe that my mommy let me go outside for the first time by myself.
What to do? What to do?
Looking around Rosie is amazed by the scenery.
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Just then a baby humming bird hovered over her nose.
"What are you?" Rosie asked.
"I'm a baby humming bird and my name is Hilda. What's your name?"
"My name is Rosie," was the reply
"OK Rosie, do you want to play with me?"
She was so excited that she let out a few "OK" meows.
They started playing, smelling the flowers, flying and jumping around.
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A baby bumble bee landed on Rosie's nose.
"Meow, who are you?"
"I'm a baby bumble bee BUZZ BUZZ BUZZ, my name is Bobby."
"Hey Bobby, do you want to play with us?" asked Rosie.
The three of them were playing, having fun.
Rosie jumped on a tree stump.
Seeing a butterfly she extended her paw, "meow meow meow."
After awhile they were getting tired and Rosie yawned.
She turned around and jumped off the tree stump.
"I'm sorry my friends, I'm getting tired, can we still be friends tomorrow?"
Both Hilda and Bobby said, "Yes."
Rosie smiled "Meow meow, I'll try my best not to be so tired tomorrow, and we can go on another adventure."
"Sounds like fun BUZZ BUZZ," Bobby said.
Rosie ran up the back stairs, turned and waved her paw.
She then and went back inside for the night.
The End

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