Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Still can't convince him he's not the baby of the family anymore


Fisher will always be my first baby, but if he doesn't stop looking at the pacifiers and the stuffed toys with lust in his eyes I'm sending him to military school.

28 comments:

Mandy said...

How can you resist eyes like those??

Mom101 said...

We were okay when our bulldog took a few balls, maybe a plastic teether...but I admit I was a little bummed she got to the Ugli Doll.

MoxieMamaKC said...

I totally recognize that Baby Einstein play gym. Sigh...the memories. He'll be ok. My cat went thru some major adjustments when the real baby came and he did just fine.

Chicky Chicky Baby said...

Liz - yes, a sad day when the Ugli doll became a dog toy. but in their defense, Ugli dolls are sold as baby toys AND dog toys. the poor animals are confused.

flutter said...

awwwww po' fisher

Pgoodness said...

man, is he adorable!!

my dorkdog used to do that, too. sigh.

Emily said...

Awwww what a cutie!

Heather said...

Oh he'd get away with murder at my house. Too cute.

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Avalon said...

As long as he doesn't look at the baby with lust in his eyes, you're doing OK.

Fairly Odd Mother said...

Awwwww, makes me want a dog even more now!

Vicki said...

Just keep his toys separate from the baby's and they should get along fine. My brother's dogs had to be taught what was theirs and what wasn't and now they won't touch a baby toy. They have a box of their own special toys that they can dig in and they get a new toy about every few weeks so they have new stuff and won't be tempted to take the baby's toys.

motherbumper said...

ohhhhhhhhh Fisher, I know a couple of cats who will start a support group with you.

kittenpie said...

My dog-loving friends says toys for babies and toys for dogs are so exaclty similar, that she can't blame her dogs for taking the baby toys. I wonder what that says...

ScientistMother said...

How could you send those eyes to military school?? Nothing wrong with a bit of doggy drool on baby toys, its builds their immune system. Lots of germs when you're young makes for strong grown-ups!

The Domesticator said...

Aww! but those eyes....they are irresistable. Looks like he has lust in his eyes for the gym mate instead!

Sarah, Goon Squad Sarah said...

Can you imagine him in boot camp? So eager to please?

Ree said...

We just need to introduce him to Poopy. Who wasn't even here first, and still thinks he's the ONLY child.

Alex Elliot said...

What your kids don't share their toys with the dog? I'm just kidding. I just really like to constantly wash toys. It's not that my kids have decided to "share" their toys with the dog and vice versa.

liv said...

lord, have mercy! that pup is adorable!

Mrs. Schmitty said...

Awwww.....pooorr guy!

Jennifer, Playgroups Are No Place For Children said...

I have zillions of pictures with my basset hounds on my kiddos blankets and playmats. Poor little guys.

carrie said...

Oh, that face! :)

Not Afraid to Use It said...

OMG what a sweet, sweet picture! What a little lover!

Oz said...

Oh, those sweet puppy eyes. Our pup stares longingly at our baby's socks. And then when my back is turned he eats them, and we find single red or green monkey-covered Trumpettes encased in poop when we're cleaning up the yard. I know, ewwww. I try to keep the socks up, but it only takes three seconds for the boy to take off the sock and the dog to snap it up.

Susan Getgood said...

My dirty little secret? I love my son, I adore my son, I can't imagine life without him.

But some days... some days...

I *like* my dogs better. They love me unconditionally and do what I say WAY more than 8 year old Douglas does.

IRISHKAT said...

Awwwww, his face is precious!

Tina said...

He sure has a sweet face and look at how cute I am eyes.Maybe you could find him his very own pacifier I have seen them before.