Thursday, March 19, 2020


Working from home has a whole new meaning.
The kids were using the space between his legs as a tunnel through which to race from one end of the hall to the other. There were protective measures taken, until the work phone rang and he needed his hands. He tried to move, but she was having none of it.

She was happy and amused. 
He's a good dad;  he stood there for quite a while.
Giblet's vocabulary is expanding, and everyone is delighted. It's much easier to parent a person who can tell you what he wants.  Often, what he wants is to move.  Thus, their home has become an indoor gymnasium, replete with slide and obstacle course.  Created by a kindergarten kid who finished her e-learning for the day, it was age and canine appropriate for the whole family.

And then there was this, which proves once and for all that SIR is an outstanding father.  
He held them and she held him and he squealed as they rolled down and up and down and up, their heads alternating sides so no one gets hurt.  That cracking we heard?  Free, in-quarantine chiropractic for his spine, courtesy of the two cutest practitioners in the room.

We watched them for a long, long time.
If we can't be there, Facetime is the next best thing. And now that I have figured out how to take photos of the exceptional adorableness, I can share them with you.  


  1. It's great to be able to "be there', even when you can't be.

    1. Without it, I don't know how I'd manage. We were supposed to fly out there yesterday.........


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