Hall Monitor

As I was heading up to bed the other day Thundercat here was just hanging out, clearly waiting for a chance to steal into my room and hide under the bed or go through my closet.

We’ve had a history of them peeing on the bed, but only my bed, so we keep that door closed. I wish I could trust them not to because I’d love for them to come join us.


Homemade Cozy

Redflare made both the hat and blanket for when he got to come home. Given his extended stay at the hospital she wrapped him up a little early to catch this sweet picture.

Oh, and where’s the April 1 post you might ask? I prefer to not schedule posts on April 1 for Internet culture reasons.


Watching Potato

Part of the complications meant that Redflare and the Tough Guy couldn’t be home the day after like normal. What we could do, is watch from a nursery cam as he received some treatment from my computer.

We all also got to be offended at how little care the tiny ones (at least with him as the guidepost) got actual attention. Redflare was barely able to leave his side because otherwise he wasn’t going to be monitored to our satisfaction.


Potato Tough Guy Introductions

Born on March 12, 2021, this little guy has given us quite the stressful introduction.

Officially born at 6PM with some complications, he had a rough couple of first days, especially while trapped at the hospital for monitoring. The longest any of our younglings have ever had to be at the hospital.

Clearly he’s home at this point as I write and schedule this post or the tone would be a lot different. Sweet, tiny, and healthy, Little Miss dubbed him quickly as a ‘sweet little potato’ which is why that shows up and ‘tough guy’ because, well, he’s had to tough through quite a bit already.