Check out the grip he has on his bff. "You're not goin no where's, Goggie. You're my fwiend, gots it?".
My favorite from yesterday. Hands down.
Just keepin' it real here folks. This is how most everything ends these days. In tears.
As I write this, Harvey is standing next to me banging on the piano while hiccuping like a maniac. Sure hope our neighbors enjoy waking up to "music". Cause it's loud. And crazy sounding.
Some funny stories to get the day started off:
-Harvey likes to make this "Owww" sound like he's barking (more like howling). We were on a walk the other night and he heard a dog barking and he started making this sound in response to the dog. The dog then barked back, Harvey howled back, the dog barked back, Harvey.......you get the point. This continued until they couldn't see/hear each other anymore. So, a long time. Then a little later on our walk, a lady was walking her small, skittish, dog. Harvey was silently checking out the dog, then when the dog was right next to Harvey's stroller, he let out a nice shrill "Owwww!" at the dog. That poor dog jumped sideways in the air and scampered away, looking over its shoulder at Harvey. Way to fake him out Harv!
-As we were about to walk up to our house, we saw a friend of John's driving by. We stopped to talk to her, and she let Harvey get in the car and sit on her lap. Harvey just knew he was a big deal, sitting in the driver seat and all. He kept turning the wheel side to side, then turning on the windshield wipers, squirting the windshield wiper fluid, then jingling the keys in the ignition. Then he would look at John and I from time to time with a huge grin on his face and wave "bye bye". Little turkey. No separation anxiety there. Not even a little bit. He's driving while sitting on a pretty ladies lap. What's not to love?
-Yesterday we all went to Trader Joes to get a few things. It was a little past Harvey's bedtime, so he was pretty cranky. Squealing and squirming and trying to get ahold of everything we put in the cart. So grouchy. Finally, John takes him out of the cart and we go up front to check out. All the sudden, Harvey is the most charming, sweet, grinning baby----for the lady that was checking us out. He was smiling and waving and doing all of his tricks for her. She gave him stickers and that was it---he was just over the moon. Such a flirt.
Then we put him in the car and whined until we got home and put him to bed. The end.