Most of you who have cats, dogs or both know that any type of disruption in the house is a complete and total travesty and really ruins their day, or in our case, many weeks of their little lives. I mean really parents should not screw with napping, eating, more napping schedules. But in the case of the Edwards Children, their lives have been turned upside down of late - they have horrible parents and as soon as they figure out how to use a phone they will be calling child protective services.
We'll start our interviews with Rascal, the baby of the family:
|At first the usually talkative Rascal wasn't in the mood to be interviewed. |
It seems a fly had gotten into the house and he was on the hunt
Interview with Maddie:
|Dad - do I have to tell her anything. Can't I plead the 5th? I don't want to do this unless treats for me are involved!!|
Don't tell Maddie, but the alarm is going to go off next week too, we still need the electrician to come in and finish his work and next Friday we have to be in Spokane by 11 for my second treatment. She is not going to be amused.
Happy Stitches and Hugs,