Sunday, March 12, 2006

Nothing of Import

Not much to report this Sunday...My goal to attend all 3 meetings didn't go so well today. We made it through Sacrament meeting okay, but then had to come home to put Bella down for a nap. By the way, she started saying nonsensical 'da-da' a couple of days ago and now she can't stop. Strangely it coincided with our return home and her seeing her dad for the first time in a week. (Coincidence? I'd like to think not...) In fact, last night we were watching a romantic comedy, Just Like Heaven, and in her sleep Bella let out one distinct 'da da' in her sleep. No crying or fussing, just those 2 little syllables. So cute. By the way again, if I had a working camera, I would take a picure of Bella wearing the cutest red sailor dress with white polka-dots. She also wore black patent leather boots with it today and a red clip in her hair. I love to dress my little girl.

Our home teachers just left, and their visit prompted me to enforce a new cat policy. Whenever we have visitors, the cats will immediately be locked up unless the visitors request to have them let out. (Except of course, for Robin and Mark whose purpose in coming over is solely to see the cats, and not us as they would like us to believe...)The cats were head-butting our poor Home Teachers the entire time! Non-stop. I guess it was really just Dobby. I kept apologizing and shooing her away and telling them I wouldn't be offended if they just smacked her. They claim it's okay and they like her, but I'm not so sure. I was so embarrassed. It happens every time. So maybe we could just clear this up ahead of time- Who of you would prefer that the cats be imprisoned for the duration of your visit, and who enjoys the kitty molestation?

8 comments:

Amie said...

I vote for the cats being locked up - sorry but just the pictures are disturbing to me!

Timm said...

I did feel a little bad for the home teachers, but not that bad. I mean, it's a church calling for crying out loud, there has to be some learning and growth and challenge built in somehow, right?

Jill said...

Lock em up--they freak me out.

rmt said...

I love your cats, and so does Daniel, even though when I show him pictures of them he still says "bunny."
What happened to your camera? I love to see Bella dressed in her finest!

robin said...

You know our stance on this - we even got a mention in the actual entry! Oh yeah.

And we do enjoy coming over to hang out with you guys - the cats are just an awesome bonus. But seriously, besides you guys, and Hannah and Linc, we really don't have many "couples" friends around here. Our other good friends moved to Iowa last summer....jerks. We're lame. So we appreciate our opportunities to hang out with you guys, cause its lots of fun. (:

If Dobby were headbutting me right now, my studying would be so much happier.

Hannah said...

I don't mind seeing the freaks, but if I say "the cat it in the bag", that is my code phrase for get these weirdos away from me. I bet Mya would like them now- she likes all the little animals that she is bigger than.

michelle said...

Leave the cats out for us. I enjoy the way Eva doesn't make her kitty sounds when she sees the "non-cats"!

Beatrix Kiddo said...

You know how I feel about this issue. It's more their home than the visitors;) But I understand the reasoning behind locking them up too I guess.

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