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Poor Monkey Boy, he's gonna have his hands full protecting these two, not that they can't hold their own with the boys. I would be afraid. Very.

Here's Baby Girl. I am in no way calling her a baby because she will gladly and sternly tell me she is NOT a baby but she'll also tell you that she likes when I call her that.

She asked for a glass of water. I got it for her. She looked at it and said it wasn't hers. I said I got it for her. Apparently I was wrong. I don't know who the hell I got it for but she certainly was not happy with me. This morphed into a lovely, ear ringing crying episode. She switched to the all curing chocolate milk and I was relegated to other menial tasks like finding the matching Mow Kitty * slipper.

She doesn't mind me taking photos of her so long as I don't make her smile. I'll take what I can.

See what I mean?

They do just about everything together and I love it. Aren't they cute? Just wait until Chunky Monkey can join them. Please note Peanut has not one, not two but THREE eating utensils. I don't ask, she doesn't tell.

*that's Mow as in Ow that hurt Mow Kitty. Cause kitties don't say Hello! They say Mow. That's the way we roll here at Casa de le Crazy


Steph said…
Heart breakers in the making! Good thing they have Kota, The Captain, Donovan and Dad to fight off the boys for them!

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