Mr. Wonderful II -- Literally

I am sorry to report a tragedy of epic proportions -- given Alex's delicate condition, parental guidance is suggested...

Brace yourself (i.e., no coffee in your mouth)...


A graphic reminder --  when carrying your baby sideways through doors, make sure to allow for head clearance.

Mr. Wonderful II is now even more aptly named...

Another life lesson, this time from Mr. Wonderful IIa -- keep smiling even when the situation looks dire.

No worries -- here in Montana we know the value of duct tape and soon Mr. Wonderful IIa and Mr. Wonder IIb will be reunited and reinforced! I am hoping Syd is NOT taking lessons from her mother...

Our motto for the day? Keep your head about you!!! Or maybe head's up?? Oh -- I have a good one: Don't get ahead of yourself!!!


by Jennifer & Alex on Tue, 10/04/2011 - 07:13

HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! That is the funniest (and yet tragic) thing we've seen!!

by Lisa K on Tue, 10/04/2011 - 07:19

Sew that head back on!! Dr Fix It can make it all better!!!

by Elizabeth on Tue, 10/04/2011 - 07:36

Jago was neutered, came home, and promptly had a litter of one -- scared the dickens out of us since she made us think something terrible had gone wrong with the surgery... Anyway, her litter consisted of Simon the Prayer Bear who, like Mr. Wonderful, would shout things when pressed just so. It was very funny and sad and sweet... And then, when the hormones had passed, OFF WITH HIS HEAD! Poor Simon became a toy again and all stuffed toys come to a bad end. At least Cadi didn't do it on purpose!

by cindy heintzberger on Tue, 10/04/2011 - 10:24

OMG - I needed a good laugh to start the day!!!! That was too funny!!!!!

I am so glad that M/A has such a great and expressive sense of humor!! :)

by Marti Simons on Wed, 10/05/2011 - 08:16

I suspect Mr. Wonderful's comments became somewhat irritating. You know how cranky new mothers can get, your hormones are surging, sleep deprivation etc. Cadi simply confused the baby with the man and wanted him to shut up!! Poor Cadi. Hope her hormones are starting to subside. We are thankfully past that stage in this house.

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