This is the seventh post in a series about what we did while Mom and Dad abandoned us to help Aunt Patty and Uncle Chris with the M word. Our poor cousins Rainbow, Muse, Cinnamon, Toast, and Bruiser (the woofie) had to endure being cooped up in rooms that moved for days and days. If you want to know what Mom and Dad were doing, go read their stupid blog.
On Sunday, August 3, Aunt Deb told us that Mom and Dad would be coming home that day. Darn! We were having such a great time with Aunt Deb! Here is a picture of me playing with my favorite toy of all: The Milk Ring (plastic ring from a gallon of milk).
Mom and Dad did come home on Sunday night. We greeted them as they unpacked the ginormous room that moves.
We made sure to sniff all of their packages and rectangular boxes with zippers.
Meerkat was so happy to see Mommy and Daddy that she clawed one of the dining room chairs in excitement:
Meerkat gave Daddy’s hand a thorough sniffing.
Daddy picked up Panda Bear and gave him a hug.
Mommy picked me up and made me give her a kissy. I complied, because otherwise I thought she would never put me down.
Mostly, we are glad that Mommy and Daddy are home. Except when they take out the Evil Nail Clippers.
3 thoughts on “The Cross-Country M Word: Part 7”
Wow, what an adventure! We just read about it. It reminded us of our M word last year!
We are glad everyone is where they should be now and no more M word adventures for a while!
I hate boxes with zippers! Your parents were gone forever, you must be thrilled.
Mom and Dad are the greatest person in the whole world!!!