Welcome! Meet Paisley, an expert on counting. If you have problems counting or can’t teach your child their numbers, just call on Paisley, and he’ll be more than happy to help out.
Me: Why do you sleep on a bed made out of sand?
Paisley: Because it’s very warm and I like the soft texture of the sand. We goats like to sleep comfortable and warm.
Me: How do you feel about not being able to sleep at night?
Paisley: I am usually a good sleeper, but when I cannot sleep, I get restless. But I’ve discovered that if count things that surround me, it helps me relax enough to fall asleep.
Me: What do you like more about going for a walk at night?
Paisley: I like that I have the chance to see the moon. I am usually in bed before sunset, but when I am having a bad night, I can see the moon and stare at it. It is so shiny and pretty. I could look at it all night long.
Me: What do you like best about yourself?
Paisley: My paisley fur. It is very colorful. It makes me happy to see so many colors.
Me: Do you have any friends?
Paisley: Yes, I have two best friends. Starfish and Bird. They keep me company when I go for a walk and they lay down next to me when it is time to go to bed. We are inseparable.
Me: What is your favorite thing to admire when you go for a walk?
Paisley: The stars, the moon. The animals. Everything is very fascinating.
Me: If you could turn into another animal, what would you be?
Paisley: I would be a turtle. I would swim in the ocean until I was very tired and then I would stare at the sea and the waves.
Me: If you didn’t live on the beach, where would you live?
Paisley: I love the beach, I don’t think I would like to live anywhere else. There is a lot to do here.
Me: What do you like to do?
Paisley: I like to walk from one side to the other. It is a good way to find yummy food and snacks.
Me: What do eat?
Paisley: I can eat cans from the ground, paper cups, and food that people leave on the ground. When I find a lot of food or garbage, I can help but to let out a big baaa!!!!
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