It is hard when you don't get home until after 11pm on Tuesday nights and after 10pm on Wednesday nights. I am glad you have re-instituted our Wednesday morning dates so that I at least get to see you some in that busy 48 hours. We've been missing you in the middle of the week.
I made homemade cinnamon rolls with fresh milled flour for our "date". I will have to tell you about my new toy soon. But in the meantime, look at these and drool.
First of all, thanks for my kefir grains. They have almost doubled already! Crazy! We are enjoying them and I'm looking forward to finding more uses for the milk kefir. And thanks for kicking my butt into gear to run up those hills. I would totally walk them without your motivation. Its fun to see the kiddos playing together too.
I don't know what we would do without you. Prime might be our best friend. Two day shipping is amazing. I kid you not, we get at least 3 packages/week from Amazon. I should bake some cinnamon rolls for the UPS driver.
Dear Dr. Bob,
I love how quick and easy it is to walk over for Phoebe and my chiropractic adjustments. Although I certainly can't prove it, I really do believe that you help make my pregnancies easy by keeping everything aligned. And I'll even give you some of the credit for my labor "easy" (relatively speaking) last time too.
Thanks for being a trooper and cooperating to wear your seat belt. Yes, seat belt! Did you know that there are doggie seat belts? I had no idea! My mom (the safety queen) found them and insisted on purchasing one for Knox. I will say it is nice to know he's secure and not wandering and around the car- that was quite a distraction for me. Knox's seat belt is from a company called K-9 Outfitters. They make some pretty interesting claims about the importance of doggie seat belts and the safety of your pet. We've had ours for several months now and are pleased with it. Knox doesn't seem to be bothered by it. It still gives him freedom to move around to get comfortable. He slips on the harness that is then connected by "cable" to the car's seatbelt.
A couple weeks ago I saw a report on the news from the Centers for Pet Safety that showed the complete failure of canine restraint systems to safely restrain pets in the event of a collision. (In other words the dogs were still injured despite the restraint system.) However that being said, in the unfortunate event of an accident I think it would be better for Knox to be restrained rather than flying into myself, Chris or the baby. So we will continue to use it.
Have you ever heard of a doggie seat belt? Does anyone else use one?