Well, maybe you don't, but Jack got some this week! From Aunt Jill all the way out in Barrington, Illinois!
(Hey look! A package!)
Guess what was inside!
New Chuckits! Two of them! Yay!
And a really nice card:
(You have very pretty handwriting Aunt Jill, I'm jealous!)
Jack was super excited! And honestly hasn't really played with any other toys since their arrival:
(Moments after opening the package, reading the card and taking the tags off...happy boy! Er, old man that is...)
Jack seems to think that now that the Chuckit has made its triumphant return, that it is playtime, all the time. Including when I'm reading on the couch:
(Hey mom, lets play!)
(Um hey, lets play now.)
(Is this close enough yet?)
Jimmy also wanted to play apparently, Jack didn't seem to want to share though:
(Nope, Aunt Jill said nothing about sharing...sorry dude...)
He was worried for a while that Jimmy was going to steal it, even after he went away:
I'm much better at throwing these than I am at throwing the weird triangle frisbee thing (that I keep forgetting to take a picture of...). So our midnight frisbee sessions have been much smoother since the Chuckit's arrival. Jack can also see these much easier, and can pick them up with ease too because of the raised sides. All in all, they are pretty amazing. Thanks Aunt Jill! And keep us posted on your search for your new furry child!
Hey Jack, say thanks to Aunt Jill!:
No, put a little more effort into that wave for me:
(Thanks Aunt Jill! Oh hey, Jimmy is sniffing my Chuckit!!!)
So, the other night, there was some picture taking opportunity gold...GOLD I tell you! And by some miracle, my camera was right next to me, when does this happen? Never. Did I manage to get a cute angle of what was going on? No. Here is what I was able to capture...just imagine these with better lighting and angles:
You get the point... They were not told to do this...at all. Jack was napping on one couch, while I was reading on the other. Then Jimmy hopped up, and curled up. Very cute. Stupid lack of camera skills...
The next morning though, the cats were enjoying the sunlight coming into the kitchen, and I got some semi-decent shots (please ignore my ugly 60's flooring):
"Here comes the sun...do do do do"
"Here comes the sun, and I say..."
Max is weird and slept next to the sun beam, my little nonconformist:
Well, that's it for tonight everyone. Off to bed we all go. Hope everyone is well!