Welcome to The Jungle


We have a spare ticket to Guns and Roses, do you want it?   (long pause) Well…can i get back to you tomorrow?

Mental exercise = If the ticket says 8 pm then, The Cure will start at 8:15. Play 30-40 minutes.  Best case GNR takes the stage by 9:15 but more likely 9:30.  Jack eats dinner around 6:30, in the bath by 7, and laying down for bed between 7:45 and 8.  If i leave home at 8 i can get to AT&T Stadium by 8:45.  This might just work!

“Drinks and Dinner before?”  – i know better than to even ask.

“Why not?” – I have one wife and two kids.

This triggers mind bending conversation – would you rather have one wife and two kids or two wives and one kid?  There is no good answer.

As of today we still have 2 kids.  At this point i have no idea when that will change.

Brisket has got to be creeping up on 15 lbs.  She rolled over (tear) and is turning into a big ole fat baby.  She is smiling a lot and is using her hands to grab on to anything.  There is one concern we have with her.  That is, the amount of TV she watches.  At the age of 5 months her eyes are glued on the TV any time its on.  She will get fussy and melt down if you are standing in front of the TV.  She watches a ton of ID channel, soccer, and Good Morning America.

Now the other one could easily create enough content for his own blog.

Last week we came home from work at the same time and started unpacking from the day.  Jack was playing in the living room while we let the dogs out, set down bags, and changed out of our work clothes.  When i walked back into the living room he was standing in the middle of the room and looked like this:


It wasn’t a Cuban he was smoking, it was a Chinese dog turd.  Our wonderful Shih Tzu had left a gift in the corner of the room which we did not see when we walked in.  I calmly walked over and took the cigar out of his mouth and didn’t say a word.

The toaster is loosing its place in the household appliance rankings.  The vacuum is quickly making its way up the ranks.  He started 3 weeks ago in complete life shattering fear of the vacuum and has progressed to needing to open the closet in the closet in the laundry room 3-4 times per day just to check and see if the vacuum is still in there.

We are having a blast with these two wild animals.


One comment

  1. Diane Long · August 3, 2016

    Thanks for sharing! I look forward to reading your blogs. Love the “cigar” story (been there yuck!) .


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