Book-lovin', relaxed homeschoolin', dog snugglin' mom of the best kid EVER! AND...waiting for baby #2, due 5/9/14!
Her poop was very shiny/sparkly for a few days (she didn't bother removing the wrappers) but that was about it.
Half-marathon running Mommy to 3 spunky girls and 1 sweet boy. Spending my days and nights where my kids need me most- at home with them!!
Funny dog eating chocolate story: I was 39wk pg w/DS and was craving chocolate cake in the worst way; I bought one from Costco (I love love buttercream icing) and it was on the kitchen counter. Came back from picking DD#1 up from school, cake was GONE. There was a very guilty looking Rottweiler sitting in the kitchen. It's awful, but I thought of my cake before I thought of him getting sick. I knew there wasn't enough chocolate to make him sick, but figured he'd have horrible diarrhea from all the Crisco in the frosting. He was fine, and I went back to Costco to get another cake. I was a desperate pregnant lady
Ulysses is actually a pretty snuffly/sniffy kind of guy, so I get tipped off when he gets super stealth quiet. He's really good, too, he's learned that straight up disappearing will tip me off immediately, so he lays down in plain view but facing in the other direction and completely silently chews on some stolen item.
Usually a napkin, he's obsessed with even brand new clean ones for some reason, but the other day it was a piece of celery. He was convinced that he had scored some huge forbidden thing with that celery
another dog of mine busted into the raisonettes, that could have killed her since raisons are very toxic too, thank god we came home and found out immediately
note; little dogs won't do it in front of you, they don't want you to know, they can really fly and get to stuff you'd think was too high!!!!!