Whenever our puppy, Lars, makes a break for it, we know he’s either heading towards the cat food, eating the cat food or happily prancing away from empty cat food bowls. What we didn’t expect is our cats would be obsessed with dog treats.
I guess all’s fair in love and food.
Here’s more sweet pictures of my little furry ones.
When I’m not outnumbered by furry animals who are eating my out of house and home (because I do kinda have two homes now), I becoming more popular my reading and writing elsewhere.
My Other Hangouts (don’t tell my blog):
- Things I Don’t Want to Hear: “Mom, Are Those My Jeans?”: On BlogHer, my piece, As A Mom, My Dream Is Not To Look Like A Teenage Girl, was discussed. The editor and commenters there related to it, but many of the readers who came to my blog thought I was overreaching. Hey, I’m just excited where all talking about me.
- This Blogger Makes Fun Of Stuff Ends Today So This Is Goodbye: On This Blogger Makes Fun of Stuff, my official announcement of the website ending.
- My giveaways for the 3T Ribbon jeans ends Friday (1/25) at noon and my giveaway for the LEGO® KidsFest tickets ends Monday (1/28) at noon. Don’t go anywhere because I’m giving away a $385 blender next weekend thanks to Stonyfield.
Favorite posts I didn’t read, I mean, write:
- That Baby Wants to Break You Up: From The Hairpin, an honest and funny post the really works for many phases of parenting. It begins: “‘The baby is trying to break us up,’ my husband announced. ‘And we have to work together to defeat him.'” (hilarious)
- A Cat’s 200-Mile Trek Home Leaves Scientists Guessing: From New York Times, an indoor cat finds her way home after 2 months and over 200 miles. (cats rule)
- Waiter hailed as hero after standing up for boy with Down syndrome: From TodaysMom, a family made derogatory remarks about a boy with Down Syndrome at a restaurant and this waiter stood up for the boy without the boy’s family even realizing what was happening. (awesome)
- How America’s top general came to endorse women in combat: From CNN, women were already doing much on the front lines, but the General Martin Dempsey and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta made it an official policy on Thursday. (wow but also finally)