Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Tuesday, November 20th, 2007

It was very quiet for most of the day today because my furry brothers went to Camp Bow Wow for their "interview". Since Camp Bow Wow has web cams, Mommy had the ability to watch them on via her computer all day to make sure they were being good. You can see a snapshot from the web cam above where they met up with some Bichon's. Mommy says they were trolling for girls. They had a great time and played well with the other doggies. The camp counselor did say that Henry and Chili hung out a lot on top of a plastic bridge outside and when other doggies tried to get on the bridge Henry would chase them away. No matter where he is Henry is alpha! When Mommy picked them up the counselor gave her a certificate showing that Henry and Chili had passed and would be allowed back at camp whenever they want. Mommy is going to have them go for day care at least a time or two before the Christmas holiday so they have more time to get used to it. Needless to say the boys were exhausted after a day of playing and fell asleep on the couch pretty early. The way they are wrapped up in the blanket it looks like one really long doggy but it is really Henry's bum and Chili's head.
Unfortunately, I had another spitting up incident with my 5 pm feed - it was the third day in a row. It happened right in the middle of my feeding so Mommy turned off the feed and I only got half my dinner. The next hour or so I was pretty gassy so Mommy isn't sure if that is what caused the spitting up. She is just going to keep hoping that I have a spit-up free day soon and try to figure out what might be causing it. Despite that, I was still a pretty happy baby tonight. Daddy held me after he got home and brushed my hair. Daddy says I need a hair style so he was experimenting in the picture above. Mommy did not like that one too much, she thinks I look like a kid on the Munsters.
Peyton Nicole Smith

1 comment:

  1. Do you use Mylicon for the gas? Ask your doctor - this is the wonder drug for babies. Couldn't have lived without it!

    Happy Thanksgiving!