Wednesday, July 8

They're both quite sensitive

This is what has happened every time Ethan has cried in the past 17 months. I live in a mad house.



Please forgive the unvacuumed floor, the chair covered in the gray sheet (my great-grandmother's, which I have yet to refurbish), and the dirty laundry on the closet floor. Actually, no. Don't forgive. Just...understand, and commiserate.

8 comments:

Jen said...

Sounds like fun :)

Helen said...

What a duet! I love that the dog matches him in pitch and length of cry. I of course love that because I have no dog to do the same when our little one arrives. :)

Anonymous said...

I think both of them have a good chance of being on America's Got Talent and winning the whole thing! I can vouch for Erin about Cody and Ethan. Everytime Ethan cried, it upset Cosy just as much and as Helen says, he matched Ethan for tome, pitch and length of the cry. It is hilarious. I'm just glad that Ethan doesn't run around the yard barking when Cody does. That would just be weird.

Dad

Meadowlark said...

Um, I'm mean, but me and Cody would have a heart to heart... something is gonna give and it's not going to be my nerves.

And Cody would be easier to kick out the door than Ethan probably. ;) Or at least til they're over 18, then they're fairly easy to show the door. ;)

Tina said...

That's. Adorable. He keeps looking at you like "aren't you going to do something?" Such a worried face! =)

Sadie said...

HAHAHA! That made me laugh so hard! My sister has two beagles. They are nuts. When they met Norah for the first time they were so confused. I think they thought she was some kind of new treat.

Sal said...

It's like Cody's trying to sing harmony.

Cecilia said...

This is just too funny. I can relate...both our dogs "alerts" us everytime a firetruck/ambulance/cruiser goes by...or when they hear fireworks, or thunder...

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