...has morphed herself into a manic, bitey little alligator baby.
I'm not sure why this has happened, but we are doing our best to follow all the advice we can find when googling "someone please help us, our puppy is posessed and even though we have a virtual pet store full of toys to choose from, she is using us as her preferred chew toys".
Feliz is still highly annoyed at her new little sister's presence.
And now about the humans...
Hope has decided to speak with a British accent. Awl. the. toym. I think we are on day four of this adventure. Most of the time we don't know what in the world she is saying, but we smile and nod alot.
Nick got contacts this week. Pretty awesome, and more evidence than the voice cracks that he is growing up and becoming a man. Sigh. He is getting all geared up for baseball season, as his basketball season will be coming to a close in a couple weeks.
Kyle's quote of the week: "Mom, if you hear a large fart, it's just my iPod." Please don't ask me to 'splain that, because I haven't the slightest.
Vinny went to his first dance last Saturday night. He spent quite some time prepping himself for it...shaving, grooming his nails and eyebushes, and coordinating his outfit around his fedora. Sweet.
Vince and I celebrated Valentines Day by going out for dinner at Ciatti's Italian Restaurant in LaCrosse. We went early to hopefully avoid the big date crowd, which was a very nerdy yet smart idea. We arrived at 5:15 without a reservation and were seated at a table right by the fireplace. Cha! Have I mentioned before that my husband rocks at giving me the most awesome, original, and romantic gifts ever?
This year he got me a heart shaped box filled with gourmet, handmade Artisan chocolates.
We are savoring one or two a day, and yes I am sharing with him. Mostly. He also got me a "Wonder Woman" christmas ornament.
That is extra special because it compliments the "Superman" christmas ornament that I bought for him for our first Valentines day together in '08. And as if that weren't off-the-charts awesome enough, his next gift brought me to tears...
...a pewter statue of a knight in (shining) armour riding on a horse. Sword drawn, ready to protect and rescue me at a moment's notice.
I love that man.