I freakin' LOVE this dog. Romeo (AKA "Cap" &/or "Capricorn!") makes me laugh EVERY SINGLE DAY. This dog just GETS ME. He finds ways to cheer me up, connect with me, and LIVE IN THE MOMENT. One of his favorite things is when I get out a cutting board & knife... he knows I am going to make a salad or "green" for Claire, and he is all over me like stink on
This video is one of Romeo's best tricks. If you can't hear Cal, he is saying, "HEEEEEERE GOOOOOOOO! Siiiiit. Catch Cap." and then he launches half of a clementine section into the air & our "cat", Rome, goes to town on that bad boy. He's pretty damn accurate, too... from up close, afar, at varying heights, and with different sizes/weights of "treats," too! LOVE! (TOTALLY ignore the suuuuuper messy house in the background. O. M. G.)
|My alma mater, Wichita State University, won the 2011 NIT Championship at Madison Square Garden this week! SO! FREAKIN'! PROUD!!!! Wish we could've gone!!!|
|We may or may not have gotten REALLY rowdy and wound up and LOUD and obnoxious as the night went on... :)|
We ate at Red Lobster (HOLY CHEDDAR BAY BISCUITS, BATMAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) the other night, and they gave our boy a kid's menu. He kind of thinks those are too babyish for him now, but he still did a few of the puzzles and then basically got hooked on how HILARIOUS the front cover of this menu was! Observe (Scott's blue crayon-ed in additions included!):
|Red Lobster Kid's Menu Cover|
|Top left corner ~ Shark with 2nd ear, nose & body added = ROMEO!!!!!!!! HA! Thank goodness Scott can draw, because I could screw up a stick figure.|
|Middle Right ~ Tiny, microcephalic baby turtle with (added-in) legs crossed = CLAIRE!!!!!!!|
|This is *TOTALLY* Mrs. Pocket!!!|
OK, so I FINALLY got an iPhone, and I am LOVING IT! One added perk is that it actually has more than a 0.00023 megapixel camera, unlike my last (free, POS) phone. Cal told me to take his picture with the new phone to try it out, and here's the result. Not too shabby...
|He was still not pleased. :) I love this kid SO MUCH.|
Oh, and by the way, the whole Lola basejumping-off-the-bed mystery MAY have been solved... I was unsure as to why our "non-mobile" child could move from the center of a king-sized bed to the hardwood floor FEET away in just a few minutes' time... could this be why?!??!
|Kind of tiny, but the caption reads: "Act normal. That's already crazy enough." ~ Dutch Proverb|