We edited our post to add this wonderful picture from Maggy and Zoey. We opened up our e-mail this morning and there was an e-mail that said, "Once upon a time...the little ones arrived." And look what was in there waiting for us! Thank you Zoolatry!
The Twins want to thank everyone for the awesome Gotcha Day wishes yesterday. All our furriends just rock!
The Twins' Gotcha Day PAR-TAY is officially started. The tent and jungle gym are ready to go. There's 'nip and snacks and stinky goodness and floofy beds for napping. There's even a couple bugs flying around that Mom would really appreciate somekitty taking care of before she gets home. Tazo and EG started the PAR-TAY off at 4:37 am with a rousing game of Thundering Herd of Elephants, so they're all warmed up and ready to go. It's supposed to be great strollering weather today, so if anyone wants to go out, it's ready to go. **wink wink Dorydoo**
Mom has also adjusted the curtains so there will be terrific sunspots starting around 11 am. If anybody needs anything, just ask.
**Way TMI warning here**
In other news, I had a solid poo last night, so Mom did her I'm-so-very-very-happy-we-finally-have-solid-poo dance on the patio. Dad laughed and wondered what the neighbors would think. hee hee
Thank you all for the purrs and pawsitive thoughts and purrayers. You guys are awesome!
**End the TMI stuff**
George from The Crew asked about EG's hoo-ha's yesterday. EG doesn't want to talk about it, but I will. Hahahaha! At first, it wasn't apparent to Mom that EG was a boy. The V-E-T said he was, but Mom wasn't all the way convinced. Until one day a couple of weeks later. Mom was sitting on the couch and EG jumped up on the arm of the couch to look out the window. His 'tocks were right at eye level and she couldn't help but notice that his hoo-ha's had just magically appeared. She had no idea that they would be that um, visible. She called Dad over and asked him if those were what she thought they were (because she couldn't believe her eyes). He said they were and they both started giggling. Mom told Dad that she thought maybe she should buy EG a pair of shorts to wear until his hoo-ha-ectomy. Mom and Dad aren't real mature sometimes. So that's the story. And then within a week or so, his hoo-ha's were gone. He was a little upset, but I told him that it's no biggie. Easy come, easy go. Hahahahaha!
Anyway, we hope everybody has a blast at the PAR-TAY!!!